The new Constitution of Chile poses a great challenge that Chilean society faces, but it can very well do so by becoming an example for other countries in the world.
Indigenous organizations expressed support for a new Territorial Governance Facility being created to channel climate funds directly to the indigenous territories where they are most needed.
The patrols can alleviate the problem of crime or corruption, but not the causes of it. It is urgent to initiate a proposal that transforms poverty and urban and rural inequality into collective progress focused on the population that suffers the...
Alejandro Irey Corisepa, president of the Coharyima, will share his experience organizing the implementation of satellite internet and computers at their bases.
In the following article by Professor Antonio Peña, he analyzes the applicable criminal types and the penalties to be applied according to the condition of the people involved.
For the methodological adaptation to the virtual format, Servindi developed a package of graphic tools and resources, dynamic and ludic progress evaluation tests.
It is a situation of extreme inequality and a market without rules that prevents the recognition and fulfillment of the global right of everyone to vaccines against COVID-19.
Looking back at a year under COVID-19: Indigenous Peoples’ struggles and resilience during the pandemic13 Ene 2021 - 20:31
Environmental degradation, conflicts over resources, expropriation of land and human rights violations continue to detrimentally impact their lives.
Strengthening the security of Indigenous Peoples Human Rights Defenders in Asia during the COVID-19 pandemic13 Ene 2021 - 10:13
What the pandemic has highlighted is the critical importance of the work that Indigenous Peoples Human Rights Defenders (IPHRDs) perform daily in their communities.
In Brazil, the coronavirus pandemic has hit the indigenous peoples, quilombolas and other traditional peoples and communities especially hard.