Appointment that would bring together indigenous leaders of the three Americas will be held from February 26 to 29, 2020 in Mexico City.
The Continental Network of Indigenous Women of the Americas invites adult and young women to participate in its 8th Meeting in Mexico.
Tarcila Rivera Zea, expert member of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, made this declaration in the Summit on Population and Development that will take place in Nairobi.
Traditional midwives from the Americas are gathered today and tomorrow in Lima to exchange experiences and demand acknowledgement from the States.
With a spiritual ceremony, the Indigenous Peoples Caucus and the Women and Gender Constituency celebrated Indigenous Women’s Day during COP24, in Poland.
They maintain that the integration of their traditional knowledge will favor maternal and child health in indigenous communities.
Commission on the Status of Women agreements include recommendations about human rights, sustainable production and ancestral indigenous knowledge.
Female Leaders from all continents called for greater participation in COP23
Indigenous women are calling on women’s ministries to promote their participation in climate change policies.
In the countryside and in the city mobilizations against violence and in favor of decent work were carried out.
Populist welfare policiescontribute to their economic impoverishment, say during UN conference.
A state that does not respect or promote respect for rights is a State that promotes violence.
On Friday, as part of the board of governors meeting of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
Indigenous women met in Lima to discuss and prepare for the UN meeting to be held next week in New York.
Putting an end to the conditions of poverty and exclusion suffered by indigenous women is the best way of eradicating violence.
Indigenous women pledge to be part of the solution to the food crisis that will consequently result in climate change.
The Continental Network of Indigenous Women of the Americas reminded states of their commitment to guarantee intercultural health services.
General recommendations of the First International Forum of Indigenous Women. April 13-16, 2008.
Statement of the First International Forum of Indigenous Women. April 13-16, 2008.