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Chiapas: Salvadorean migrant denounces human-rights violations

@ChiapasDenunciaPública

On 17 July, an open letter was published on the Chiapas Public Denunciation webpage, authored by Alejandro, a Salvadorean migrant who finds himself “in prison #14, … 339 more words

Human Rights

Oaxaca: COPUDEVER celebrates its eighth anniversary

Río Verde (@Sipaz)

On 11 June, the Council of United Peoples in Defense of the Green River (COPUDEVER) observed the eighth anniversary since its founding in favor of the defense of land and life. 355 more words

Human Rights

11 Ways the Haida Nation Protects Its Land and Heritage

Beauty isn’t hard to find on Haida Gwaii, an archipelago located off the coast of northern British Columbia, Canada. It can be seen within the islands’ dense forests, crashing ocean waves, and soaring seabirds, but also in the Haida people’s reverence for this place they have called home for thousands of years. 820 more words

Forestry

Postcard from Haida Gwaii: Where Sustainability Dates Back 13,000 Years

by Rainforest Alliance staffer Brittany Wienke

I did a lot of research before embarking on my recent trip to Haida Gwaii, the remote archipelago off the coast of British Columbia, so I knew to expect breath-taking natural beauty—densely forested mountains and cold, clear waters that ebb and flow onto long, empty beaches. 793 more words

Forestry

A Visit from Korean Friends

Two Korean missionaries based on Manila dedicated visiting Dumagat inSitio Masla in General Nakar for a regular basis. One of them is Rev. Barnabas (Jongsung) Ko accompanied by his wife Esther visitied Masla community with Rev. 202 more words

Indigenous People

Tribal Voice - Survival International

Following my last post which introduced readers to the plight of Indigenous people and the threat posed to them, I am writing this post to talk about an exciting new project that allows the tribes to communicate with outsiders in a non-invasive way! 261 more words

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