Indigenous Women of the Americas 25 Years from Beijing

Progress, gaps and challenges identified by indigenous women, since the adoption of The Beijing Platform for Action and what they expect for the future.

Indigenous Women exposed to all forms of violence during the COVID-19 pandemic

Report reflects the requests of nearly 25 million indigenous women of the Americas that States ensure their participation in health-emergency responses.

Coronavirus in Peru: New measures and demands in the interest of Indigenous Peoples

Report of CHIRAPAQ on the situation of indigenous peoples in the Coronavirus health emergency.

Indigenous women of the Americas announce postponement of meeting in Mexico

Appointment that would bring together indigenous leaders of the three Americas will be held from February 26 to 29, 2020 in Mexico City.

Indigenous Women call for Continental Meeting

The Continental Network of Indigenous Women of the Americas invites adult and young women to participate in its 8th Meeting in Mexico.

Participation of indigenous women in the design of public policy is requisite for its success

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.

Indigenous Women join the march against Trump

CHIRAPAQ sends a message of solidarity with our sisters from the North.

Indigenous Women to Convene at Guatemala Meeting

The Continental Network of Indigenous Women of the Americas has hereby opened the nominations process for its VII Meeting. More than three hundred indigenous leaders from North, Central and South America will gather from the 16th to 19th of November in Guatemala City to take stock of the progress thusfur in the recognition of their […]

Indigenous women convene in Lima in fight against systems of violence

Indigenous women met in Lima to discuss and prepare for the UN meeting to be held next week in New York.

In memory of the legacy of Tonya Gonnella-Frichner

Tonya Gonnella Frichner , Onondaga indigenous peoples leader of the United States, passed away at the age of 67 years old after a hard battle with cancer.

Population, Development and Indigenous Women

Perspective and Proposal 20 Years after the VI International Conference on Population and Development, Cairo+20.

Indigenous women request UN to nominate a facilitator for world-level meeting

American indigenous female leaders requested the UN to nominate a representative of their peoples at the next conference.

Indigenous women demand medical attention that respects their culture

The Continental Network of Indigenous Women of the Americas reminded states of their commitment to guarantee intercultural health services.

Violence and Indigenous Women

An analysis of the context to understand and eradicate the different expressions of violence against indigenous women.

General Recommendations – Sharing Advances for New Challenges

General recommendations of the First International Forum of Indigenous Women. April 13-16, 2008.

Declaration Sharing Advances for New Challenges

Statement of the First International Forum of Indigenous Women. April 13-16, 2008.

Call to stop violence and appeal for indigenous international intermediation in the Bolivian Amazon

Joint ECMIA and COICA statement addressed to indigenous wise elders and representatives in the United Nations Permanent Forum of Indigenous Issues.