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By: Helen Davidson Date: August 19th 2016 Source: The Guardian Freedom Day festival celebrates August 1966 strike that kicked off a tradition of Indigenous Australian protest – one that continues at the festival itself Thousands flocked to the remote Aboriginal community of Kalkarindji on Friday to
I’ve spent a lot of time with indigenous peoples in remote places. So when I argue that the best way – or at least the cheapest way – to stop climate change is to grant land rights to indigenous communities, you might suspect I’m not coming from an entirely objective viewpoint. You’ve probably also
By: VNS Date: January 20th 2016 Source: Vietnam News HA NOI (VNS) — Eight million ethnic minority people across the country are expected to benefit from a project that launched in Ha Noi yesterday to promote their land rights. 
Date: April 28th 2016 Source: Survival International Last month Yanomami representatives in Venezuela handed in a demand to the state government for the recognition of their territory.
By: The Editors Date: September 7th 2016 Source: World Politics Review
By: Leander C. Domingo, TMT Date: January 2nd 2017 Source: The Manila Times NAGTIPUNAN, Quirino: For the Bugkalot tribe, it is a blessed New Year receiving their Certificates of Land Ownership (CLOA) as Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBs) from Agrarian Reform Secretary Rafael Mariano.
Date: February 18th 2016 Source: TeleSUR The trade agreement signed earlier in February will have a devastating effect on Indigenous people, the last guardians of our natural world.
Author: Anastasia Moloney | @anastasiabogota  Date: June 2nd, 2016 Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation Indigenous people in Panama are using drones as a new weapon to monitor deforestation on their lands as thousands of hectares disappear every year in one of the world's most biodiverse rainforests
From the Nicaragua Center for Community Action (Nicca) Date: 25 September 2016 Source: Havana Times  
By: Chris Arsenault Date: March 3rd 2016 Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation TORONTO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Honduras must do more to protect land rights activists, campaign groups said, after the killing of an award-winning indigenous environmentalist on Thursday.
By: Sharon Ling Date: June 21st 2016 Source: The Star Online KUCHING: PKR politician Bill Kayong, who was shot dead in Miri on Tuesday morning, was a “fearless” advocate of native land rights. Sarawak PKR chairman Baru Bian (pic) said Kayong, 43, was a vocal activist for Sarawak’s indigenous
By: Libby Porter Date: October 5th 2016 Source: The Conversation

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