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Indigenous Perspectives

 Indigenous Perspectives is Tebtebba's journal focusing on specific themes relevant for indigenous peoples. Copies can be downloaded from this section.

 

Indigenous Perspective (Vol. 10, 2012): On the Baguio Urban Ecosystem

Filename: indigenous perspective vol 10 2012.pdf
File Size: 5.16 MB
Date: 13 March 2013
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Indigenous Perspectives (Vol 10, 2012)This volume of Indigenous Perspectives aims to provide an overview, facts and figures, and analysis of the Baguio urban ecosystem, to address gaps in our knowledge and provide a systematic and deeper understanding on the subject. We hope that this will be used by the growing number of citizens who are taking an interest in the health of city they live in.

Indigenous Perspectives (Vol. 9, Nos. 1&2, 2008): Biofuels, Forests and Climate Change

Filename: indigenous-perspectives-vol-9-nos-1-and-2.pdf
File Size: 2.47 MB
Date: 05 August 2011
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indigenous-perspectives-vol-9-nos-1-and-2This issue contains the following articles: (1) Oil Palm and Other Commercial Tree Plantations, Monocropping: Impacts on Indigenous Peoples' Land Tenure and Resource Management Systems and Livelihoods; (2) Oil Palm Plantations in Kalimantan, Indonesia: Violating Indigenous Peoples' Rights; (3) Statement on the Announcement of the World Bank Forest Carbon Partnership Facility; (4) Seeing 'Red': Avoided Deforestation and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities; (5) Development issues crucial for post-2012 climate regime.

Indigenous Perspectives (Vol. 8, No. 1, 2007): Working on Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge Protection

Filename: indigenous-perspectives-vol-8-no-1.pdf
File Size: 2.90 MB
Date: 05 August 2011
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indigenous-perspectives-vol-8-no-1This issue of Indigenous Perspectives, entitled “Working for the Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge Protection” (Vol. 8, No. 1) is a collection of articles that address the issues of biodiversity, traditional knowledge, spirituality, and the need to capacitate indigenous peoples for empowerment.

Indigenous Perspectives (Vol. 8, No. 2, 2007): Data Disaggregation for Indigenous Peoples

Filename: indigenous-perspectives-vol-8-no-2.pdf
File Size: 2.18 MB
Date: 05 August 2011
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indigenous-perspectives-vol-8-no-2 This issue focuses on data collection and disaggregation conducted as a pilot project in Nueva Vizcaya Province, Philippines.  Its objective is to “develop a methodology of ethnicity data aggregation” with the view of replicating this in other indigenous communities.It hopes that this will be the first step in identifying “indicators of well being and perspective of development” of indigenous peoples.

Indigenous Perspectives (Vol. 7, No. 1, 2005): Making the MDGs Relevant for Indigenous Peoples

Filename: indigenous-perspectives-vol-7-no-1.pdf
File Size: 304.51 kB
Date: 05 August 2011
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indigenous-perspectives-vol-7-no-1This issue focuses on a timely discussion on the Millennium Development Goals which is being reviewed five years after the MDGs were adopted by the UN. Articles include "Indigenous Peoples and the MDGs," "Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights and Poverty," and "Civil Society and the MDGs," among others.

Indigenous Perspectives (Vol. 7, No. 2, 2006): IPs of the Philippines: Addressing TK, Food Security, Mining & GMOs

Filename: indigenous-perspectives-vol-7-no-2.pdf
File Size: 2.47 MB
Date: 05 August 2011
Description:

indigenous-perspectives-vol-7-no-2This journal focuses on the indigenous peoples in the Philippines and some of their key issues which includes: food (in)security, traditional knowledge, the impacts of mining and the growing issues of GMOs.While the country recognizes their basic and collective rights, indigenous people are continually being haunted by poverty, denial of their rights over their land and resources projects in their territories.

Indigenous Perspectives (Vol. 5, No. 1, 2002): The Myth of Sustainable and Responsible Mining

Filename: indigenous-perspectives-vol-5-no-1.pdf
File Size: 297.02 kB
Date: 05 August 2011
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indigenous-perspectives-vol-5-no-1The third in a series focusing on the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD), this issue discusses the mining industry's efforts to present its paradigm of “Sustainable and Responsible Mining” to greenwash the industry. This issue critiques these initiatives in the light of indigenous peoples' opposition to extractive industries that mine and destroy their lands.

Indigenous Perspectives (Vol. 5, No. 2, 2002): Bequeathing Indigenous Knowledge

Filename: indigenous-perspectives-vol-5-no-2.pdf
File Size: 3.41 MB
Date: 05 August 2011
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indigenous-perspectives-vol-5-no-2This issues discusses the importance of indigenous knowledge systems that have ensured the existence through all this time and that have kept the ecosystem intact. An article in this edition also notes one of the biggest threats is the formal education system that ignores and marginalizes indigenous knowledge.

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