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.

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.

UNPFII17: Indigenous Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Gender Based Violence

Parallel event organized by UNFPA and CHIRAPAQ at the 17th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

UN and States adopt indigenous women’s proposals on protection of rights and territories

Commission on the Status of Women agreements include recommendations about human rights, sustainable production and ancestral indigenous knowledge.

Indigenous women celebrated with cultural journey

Multitudinous parade roamed the province of Vilcas Huamán in Ayacucho.

State and Violence against Indigenous Women

A state that does not respect or promote respect for rights is a State that promotes violence.

CHIRAPAQ commemorates the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

The aim is to highlight violence to indigenous women visible through short films.

The best investment against violence

Putting an end to the conditions of poverty and exclusion suffered by indigenous women is the best way of eradicating violence.

Violence and Indigenous Women

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

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.

Call for urgent insitu mediation

ECMIA – South America statement calling for urgent mediation of the United Nations to stop the violence in the Peruvian Amazon.