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El trabajo de las y los defensores de Derechos Indígenas hoy ha tomado fuerza en muchos países, y ha recibido el reconocimiento y apoyo nacional e internacional. En esta ocasión hacemos un recorrido por Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua y Bolivia registrando  parte de las luchas de las y los Defensores de Derechos Indígenas destacando su vida, sacrificios y logros.

En Guatemala, la práctica ancestral del tejido sigue con el  uso cotidiano del traje Maya y en la producción de los textiles de los Mayas contemporáneos.  Sin embargo, su mercantilización y apropiación cultural por compañías extranjeras, son una amenaza para la cultura, ya que hace uso y venta descontextualizados de los tejidos y no benefician económicamente a los creadores de éste arte.  La Asociación AFEDES actualmente inicia un proceso legal en donde el Estado Guatemalteco cree un marco legal para el reconocimiento de dicha propiedad intelectual de los Pueblos y se reconozca especialment

The idea of every human being’s ’right to food’ is nothing new these days, however, looking specifically at this idea in relation to Indigenous Peoples is an exciting and important movement that is gaining steam fast, and rightfully so. International conferences, under the title Indigenous Terra Madre, have been held across the globe first in Sweden in 2011 and then India to explore topics related to Indigenous food sovereignty and better spread the vast agricultural knowledge that has been passed down through Indigenous communities for generations.

The idea of every human being’s ’right to food’ is nothing new these days, however, looking specifically at this idea in relation to Indigenous Peoples is an exciting and important movement that is gaining steam fast, and rightfully so. International conferences, under the title Indigenous Terra Madre, have been held across the globe first in Sweden in 2011 and then India to explore topics related to Indigenous food sovereignty and better spread the vast agricultural knowledge that has been passed down through Indigenous communities for generations.
The idea of every human being’s ’right to food’ is nothing new these days, however, looking specifically at this idea in relation to Indigenous Peoples is an exciting and important movement that is gaining steam fast, and rightfully so. International conferences, under the title Indigenous Terra Madre, have been held across the globe first in Sweden in 2011 and then India to explore topics related to Indigenous food sovereignty and better spread the vast agricultural knowledge that has been passed down through Indigenous communities for generations.
The idea of every human being’s ’right to food’ is nothing new these days, however, looking specifically at this idea in relation to Indigenous Peoples is an exciting and important movement that is gaining steam fast, and rightfully so. International conferences, under the title Indigenous Terra Madre, have been held across the globe first in Sweden in 2011 and then India to explore topics related to Indigenous food sovereignty and better spread the vast agricultural knowledge that has been passed down through Indigenous communities for generations.
The idea of every human being’s ’right to food’ is nothing new these days, however, looking specifically at this idea in relation to Indigenous Peoples is an exciting and important movement that is gaining steam fast, and rightfully so. International conferences, under the title Indigenous Terra Madre, have been held across the globe first in Sweden in 2011 and then India to explore topics related to Indigenous food sovereignty and better spread the vast agricultural knowledge that has been passed down through Indigenous communities for generations.
प्रत्येक मानिसको खाद्य अधिकार हुन्छ भन्ने कुरा अहिले नौलो विषय रहेन । तर आदिवासी जनजातिहरुको खाद्य अधिकारको विषय निकै महत्वपुर्ण छ । साथै चाख लाग्दो पनि । यो अहिले नौलो र एकदमै वहसको विषय बनेको छ । यो भागमा आदिवासीहरुको खाद्य अधिकारको अभियानमा लाग्ने आदिवासीका विज्ञहरु भारतका नेसफास नामक संस्थाका अध्यक्ष, फ्राङ रोए (जुनसंस्थाले भारतमा सन् २०१५ सेप्टेम्वरमा ईन्डिनिजियस टेरेमाद्रे भव्य रुपले आयोजना गरेको थियो), अमेरिकी आदिवासी अधिकारकर्मी विनोना लाडुक, ईन्डोनेसियास्थित जभरा नामक संस्थाका संस्थापक हेल्मन नाजिव लगायत अन्य विज्ञहरुको आदिवासी जननजातिहरुको खाद्य अधिकारका विषयमा उहाँहरुको आवाज सुन्न
The idea of every human being’s ’right to food’ is nothing new these days, however, looking specifically at this idea in relation to Indigenous Peoples is an exciting and important movement that is gaining steam fast, and rightfully so. International conferences, under the title Indigenous Terra Madre, have been held across the globe first in Sweden in 2011 and then India to explore topics related to Indigenous food sovereignty and better spread the vast agricultural knowledge that has been passed down through Indigenous communities for generations.
The idea of every human being’s ’right to food’ is nothing new these days, however, looking specifically at this idea in relation to Indigenous Peoples is an exciting and important movement that is gaining steam fast, and rightfully so. International conferences, under the title Indigenous Terra Madre, have been held across the globe first in Sweden in 2011 and then India to explore topics related to Indigenous food sovereignty and better spread the vast agricultural knowledge that has been passed down through Indigenous communities for generations.

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