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EPACHA Foundation Proudly Celebrates
Humanity's Families of
Indigenous Peoples Around the World
09 August 2022
Learn more about the World's Indigenous Peoples on the following United Nations web pages:
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At least 40% of the 7,000 languages used worldwide are at
some level of endangerment. Indigenous languages are
particularly vulnerable because many of them are
not taught at school or used in the public
sphere. This year, we start another
important milestone to advocate
for indigenous cultures: the
Text Courtesy, United Nations
UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
[UNPFII] 22nd Session
Save the Dates: 17-28 April 2023 - UN Headquarters, NYC
“Indigenous Peoples, human health, planetary and
territorial health and climate change:
a rights-based approach”
Courtesy, United Nations / ECOSOC
Learn more on the following web page:
Secretary General's Message for 2022
"Indigenous women are knowledge keepers of traditional food systems and medicines."
Courtesy, United Nations - UN Women
The role of Indigenous women in preserving and passing on traditional knowledge.
On this year’s International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we are highlighting the role of Indigenous women in preserving and passing on traditional knowledge.
Indigenous women are knowledge keepers of traditional food systems and medicines.
They are champions of Indigenous languages and cultures.
They defend the environment and Indigenous peoples’ human rights.
To build and equitable and sustainable future that leaves no one behind, we must amplify the voices of Indigenous women.
Indigenous traditional knowledge can offer solutions to many of our common challenges.
On my recent visit to Suriname, I learned first-hand how Indigenous peoples are protecting their rainforest and its rich biodiversity.
On this International Day, I call on Member States to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and to promote Indigenous traditional knowledge for the benefit of all.
Above Text Courtesy, United Nations
Learn more about . . .
International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples
on the following web page:
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The global community of Nations must be
vigilant and protective regarding the
"Rights of Indigenous Peoples,"
rights to self-determination and to
traditional lands, territories and resources.”
are the first and oldest
to inhabit throughout diverse
areas of Humanity's rightful
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Remember . . .
"Indigenous Peoples Around the World"
have inalienable rights to lands,
natural resources, education
and the full spectrum of
including the right to
quality, sustainable development
NOW . . . and for future indigenous
generations already with us TODAY!
Everyday is "Indigenous Peoples Day" Around the World!
Is YOUR governing entity
of . . .
Around the World?
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