Bangladesh: Indigenous Peoples engulfed in Chittagong Hill Tracts land conflict A new report reveals how he Bangladeshi government’s failure to address rights to traditional lands in the eastern Chittagong Hill Tracts region has left tens of thousands of Pahari Indigenous people landless and trapped in a cycle of violent clashes with Bengali settlers. June 11, 2013 International The Bangladeshi government’s failure to address rights to traditional lands in the eastern ...
June 12, 2013 - Amnesty International
'Indigenous Arts' showcased at Goshen College The “Indigenous Arts of Africa” exhibit is underway at Goshen College Music Center’s Hershberger Art Gallery. This exhibition of 21st-century African art is a sampling of the collection of Ann and Keith Graber Miller, owners of Found, an art gallery in downtown Goshen.
June 11, 2013 - Goshen News
Pope Benedict XVI in NEWS.com.au In his first public comments since his arrival on Sunday, the Pope said the "courageous decision to acknowledge the injustices committed against the indigenous peoples in the past" was closing the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous...
Phil Woolas in Chorley Guardian Mr Woolas told the Sunday Times that it was vital "to provide confidence to the indigenous population that migration is under control".
Sheryl Crow in Telegraph.co.uk If any of these politicians visited these sites where our indigenous animals are being slaughtered in an inhumane way and being sold for meat, I feel that there would be a different take and a different approach to what's happening,Crow says.