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Indigenous women and land rights

Indigenous women and land rights

Indigenous women all over the world have a special role in indigenous communities and especially in relation to the land and the knowledge of their traditions and culture that they transmit to the next generations. This film focusses on the experiences of indigenous women from the Madre de Dios region in Peru, and it is produced by IWGIA and ONAMIAP in 2019.

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Threats against indigenous peoples living in Madre de Dios, Peru

Threats against indigenous peoples living in Madre de Dios, Peru

Threats against indigenous peoples living in Madre de Dios Road expansion into the Madre de Dios region in Peru and the following invasion of illegal loggers, miners and plantations is a significant threat for indigenous peoples living in the area as the deforestation and pollution is destroying their traditional way of living. This film was produced in 2019 with the support of NICFI and it’s the first of three short films focusing on the indigenous peoples in the Madre de Dios region.

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Voices from the Sacred Mountains

Voices from the Sacred Mountains

Indigenous Arhuaco's communities in Colombia are threatened as they are struggling to keep their ancestral territory. The Arhuaco peoples have organised themselves and are making a last stand to prevent more mining concessions in their territory and create sustainable development. This film was produced in 2018.

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Peru: Time is water

Peru: Time is water

Indigenous peoples in the Peruvian Amazon have united and created the Wampis Nation – an autonomous territorial government – in order to defend their livelihood from the increasing pressure from extractive industries.

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Forced sterilizations: A Path to Justice

Forced sterilizations: A Path to Justice

During Alberto Fujimori's government (Peru, 1996-2000) around 300,000 men and women were sterilized as part of a reproductive health programme. Most of these were indigenous peoples and were not given a choice.

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Tags: Global governance

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