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08 Mar 2021
In Canada and the United States, there are approximately 4.9 million Indigenous women. They are central in their cultures and societies as leaders and knowledge holders. Indigenous women’s leadership in fields including policy, law, medicine, food systems, research, land stewardship, nutritional health and food sovereignty are setting the course for current and future generations.On...
22 Feb 2021
The Indigenous Peoples Unit of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) expresses its condolences to the Khasi people and the family of Professor Aurelius Kyrham Nongkynrih. Belonging to the Khasi society, one of the oldest indigenous peoples in North-East India, Professor Kyrham was a renowned sociologist who taught sociology at the North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, India. His main areas...
22 Feb 2021
El equipo de pueblos indigenas de la FAO expresa sus condolencias a las comunidades y pueblos de la Organización Nacional Indígena de Colombia - ONIC , a las organizaciones étnicas y de la sociedad civil, por el fallecimiento del Consejero Mayor Luis Fernando Arias Arias (Q.E.P.D). Reciban nuestras sinceras condolencias.
11 Feb 2021
Science, gender equality, and the inclusion and participation of indigenous peoples and especially indigenous women are vital for the achievement of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Indigenous women are food providers, custodians of seeds, keepers of medicinal plants, and guardians of biodiversity. The indigenous traditional knowledge they...