„În măsura în care știm să apreciem și să prețuim toate limbile lumii, în aceeași măsură ne vom îmbogăți gândirea și cunoștințele”, a subliniat Irma Pineda, poetă Zapotec și reprezentantul Mexicului la Forumul permanent al ONU pentru problemele indigene.
Ascultați câteva dintre cele peste 500 de voci care au fost prezente la evenimentul de înalt nivel UNESCO „Construirea unui deceniu de acțiune pentru limbile indigene” și Congresul internațional al limbilor în pericol, organizat în Mexic și care a marcat închiderea Anului Internațional al limbilor indigene 2019 și începutul lucrărilor pentru Deceniul Internațional al #IndigenousLanguages.
This year the Annual Kurultai of the Endangered Cultural Heritage – AKECH 2020, is keeping up with the frontline of COVID-19. The conference will take place between November 19th and November 22nd, 2020.
This year, we are calling for papers that examine any aspect of „Things that Repeat: Traditions under Quarantine.” Our conference will focus on the disruptions and critical risks confronting indigenous cultures and languages, and their significance for sustainable development, reconciliation, good governance and peace-building. (Vizitați)
Taking place in the ancient city of Tomis where poet Ovid was exiled, this year the Annual Lecture on Exile in Comparative Literature and the Arts – ALECLA 2020, is keeping up with the frontline of COVID-19.
This year, we are calling for papers that examine any aspect of „Exploring Artistic and Literary Representations of Isolation” (Vizitați)
Human Righs Council has appointed Jose Francisco Cali Tzai, a new Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. He will assume the post from 2021, after the tenure of current Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz ends in 2020.
Cali Tzai is the fourth person to serve as Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The first person to serve as Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was Dr. Rodolfo Stavanhagen from, Mexico, followed by Prof. James Anaya from USA and then Victoria Tauli Corpuz from Philippines.(Read more)
On 9 March, Member States adopted a political declaration 👉https://bit.ly/332ZOpT In the declaration, the main outcome of #CSW64, leaders noted that indigenous women are among the women and girls experiencing multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination, vulnerability and marginalization throughout their life course, and that they have made the least progress.
They also pledged to ramp up efforts to fully implement the Beijing Declaration & Platform for Action and address gaps that hold women back. They further expressed concern that overall, progress has not been fast or deep enough. In some areas progress has been uneven, and that structural barriers, discriminatory practices and the feminization of poverty persist.
Leaders also identified following specific means for tackling these gaps and challenges: eliminating all discriminatory laws; breaking down structural barriers, discriminatory social norms and gender stereotypes including in the media; matching commitments to gender equality with adequate financing; strengthening institutions to promote gender equality; harnessing the potential of technology and i
The present document refers to the Strategic Outcome Document of the International Year of Indigenous Languages (IYIL2019) and intends to inform Member States of the progress achieved in follow up to the UNGA resolution and in the implementation of the Action Plan for organizing the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages. The document also summarizes the outcomes of the consultative process launched by UNESCO and the Steering Committee for the organization of the International Year of Indigenous Languages. The present document also informs on UNESCO’s role and specific contribution with regard to the organization of the International Year of Indigenous Languages.
The preparation of the Strategic Outcome document benefited from the editorial expertise of members of the Open-ended Drafting Group established by UNESCO and the Steering Committee. It was further enriched by meetings organized during the 18th session of the UNPFII (22 April-3 May 2019), the 12th session of the EMRIP (15-19 July 2019) and its statement on IYIL2019 (28 January 2019), as well as online consultations organized by UNESCO in August and September 2019, and the contributions received from a large group of indigenous peoples, intergovernmental, research, national and regional organizations, and individual experts. The outcomes of the international and regional consultative meetings organized in cooperation with Member States, Indigenous peoples and other stakeholders also contributed to the preparation of this document.