Abya Yala Fund Newsletter
International Funding and Indigenous Self-Development
Historic International Indigenous
Workshop Redefines Development
Indigenous participants from throughout Latin America defined Indigenous Self-Development as: "A process towards the restitution of the rights of our people, and the re-establishment of territorial, political, social, economic, cultural and environmental conditions that allow for the restoratioin of an equitable and dignified life in harmony with the natural and spiritual world."
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AND BIODIVERSITY
Nilo Cayuqueo discusses the context and implications of the Convention on Biodiversity. The jury is out on whether the convention will protect or further threaten the environment and Indigenous territories.
CLOSE-UPS OF ABYA YALA FUND PROJECTS
Highlights of three Indigenous self-development projects in Chiapas Mexico, Pampahuasi Bolivia, and Chimaltenango Guatemala.
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