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By: Jesse Staniforth Date: August 4th 2016 Source: The Star
By: hg-CM-egb  Date: November 8th 2016 Source: TeleSUR English A growing body of research shows that Indigenous people and guaranteed rights to their land are critical factors in keeping carbon out of the atmosphere.
By: Sandra Cuffe Date: April 4th 2016 Source: Mongabay United Nations Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples Victoria Tauli-Corpuz visited Brazil in March.
By: Star Country Desk Date: August 10th 2016 Source: The Daily Star Ethnic minorities in Bangladesh observed the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples yesterday with a call for recognising them as indigenous people in the constitution. Speakers at the programmes in different
By: Kirk Johnson, The New York Times Date: November 15th 2016 Source: ADN.com The simmering standoff between the police and Native Americans and their allies who oppose a giant oil pipeline project in North Dakota is the most visible sign yet of an emerging movement that is shifting the debate
By: Chris Arsenault Date: April 19th 2016 Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation RIO DE JANEIRO, April 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Indigenous tribes in Brazil's Amazon rainforest, who have had little or no contact with the outside world, are facing "annihilation" from illegal loggers, ranchers
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.

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