For Manuel, ethno-education is not only an obligation of the State, it is fundamental to the dismantling of systemic racism and exclusion that Indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities face.
We reflect on a year of shared struggle and solidarity. Here is a collection of our most memorable moments from 2020.
There are significant barriers to freedom of information in Burma. Learn more about Burma News International, an independent news association of Indigenous media.
As Burma’s first Indigenous protected and conserved area, the Salween Peace Park is a vibrant example of grassroots self-determination.
Razia Sultana is a senior researcher with Kaladan Press Network, an independent and not-for-profit Rohingya news agency.
Dr. Cynthia opened the Mae Tao Clinic when she first arrived in Thailand as a refugee, in 1988.
Program manager Guillaume Charbonneau tells us Flor's story and how she grew into her role supporting women's rights movements across Central America and Mexico.
Tin Soe is a Rohingya Muslim journalist from Burma.