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  • Resource Database / Materials Hosted on NativeWeb / Statements / Indigenous Organizations

    Resources: 10 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Bolivia: Manifesto of Tiawanaku
    Aymara America - South
    One of the first seminal statements was the Manifesto of Tiawanaku, drawn up by four major Indian/campesino organisations in La Paz, Bolivia, on 30 July 1973.
    Carta de Organizaciones Indígenas de Colombia
      America - South
    Asamblea General del Fondo Indígena (Chile, Mayo 1997)
    More sites on www.nativeweb.org
      America - South
    I. Declaration of Principles and Objectives, II. Agreements of the meetings of CONIC, III. Resolutions, IV. Letter to the UN. Presented in NY, March 7th, 1992
    Declaration of the Ashaninka Indigenous Peoples for the Right Towards Self-Determination
    Ashaninka America - South
    In response to the ongoing violence against and the recent massacre of the Ashaninka indigenous people, We the Ashaninka People feel it is necessary to have an Extraordinary Congress of Indigenous Communities of the Central Jungle Region of Peru.
    SECOND CONFERENCE OF Indian Nations and Organizations of Central and South America
      America - South
    Beginning in the 1960's, Indian people throughout South America, and in the Americas as a whole began to organize. Within each Indian community that is traditionally organized to carry out daily activities and spiritual ceremonies, there was born a new type of organization led by the spiritual leaders. This organization became a political tool that reached from the community level to centers of national power. 1983.
    Second Conference Of Indian Nations And Organizations Of South America
      America - South
    The Second Conference of Indian Nations and Organizations of South America took place in Tiwanaku, Bolivia from March 6-13,1983. There were representatives of Indian organizations from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, and Venezuela.
    The 1993 Temoaya Declaration
      America - South
    At the Second Continental Encounter of Indigenous Peoples, delegates of the Coordinating Commission of Indigenous Nations and Organizations of the Continent (CONIC) called the world's attention to "cultures in danger." More than 300 representatives of Indigenous Nations and Organizations from throughout the Western Hemisphere gathered at the Otomi Ceremonial Center in the mountains outside Mexico City during the second week of October, 1993.
    The Indian Awakening in Latin America
      America - South
    The complete text of the book The Indian Awakening in Latin America, edited by Yves Materne, which presents a collection of statements that express and illuminate Indian claims.
      America - South
    Ten indigenous organizations of the Rio Negro participated in the assembly, as well as Manoel Moura, director of Coordinating Group of Indigenous People of the Brazilian Amazon (COIAB), and Ailton Krenak, of the national office of the Union of Indigenous Nations (UNI). The local and national indigenous leaders at the meeting signed a letter of agreement, with significant implications for the future of the indigenous movement in Brazil. A translation of the document follows. 1991.
    We are peasants ... we are Indians
      America - South
    Colombia's major Indian Organisation, CRIC, was founded in the early 1970s. The following - extracted from their first Bulletin published in 1973 - remains the principal programme around which they have organised, with growing strength, for land rights over the last twelve years.

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