Held during the 2017 United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City, these events are open to the public! The Mining Working Group (a coalition of which TOU is a member), the Pan-Amazon Ecclesial Network (REPAM), and the NGO Committee on Indigenous Peoples will host:Indigenous Stories, South & NorthWhat is the Impact of UNDRIP? Indigenous Peoples’ Human, Land & Water Rights Cases from the Amazonian Region and Beyond
For months, people have gathered to fight the Dakota Oil Pipeline that will cut through sacred Native American land. This is life at the Sacred Stone Camp.
What can you do to support the historic protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline currently happening at Standing Rock in North Dakota?
Muslim Americans are showing solidarity and raising funds for the Standing Rock Sioux in their fight against the Dakota Access pipeline.
An update on the fight against pipeline development and the impact on indigenous people.
Resources on Standing Rock’s fight against the oil pipeline.
Recommendation for a study on sacred waters to be conducted.
Reposted from the AILA Facebook page about the Haudenosaunee delegation taking the fight to the UN.
A statement reprinted from the AILA about indigenous voices being included at the UN.