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Boletin Informativo JENHeration 

Boletin informativo del Movimiento de Jóvenes Estableciendo Nuevos Horizontes JENH-CEDEHCA acerca de las actividades desarrollas en la Costa Caribe...

Garifunas en Nicaragua 

Jóvenes Garifunas participan en taller de Salud Sexual y Reproductiva. (Garifuna Youth involved in workshop on Sexual and Reproductive Health.)...

MRG Podcast: October 2010 

MRG is pleased to present our first podcast, which features interviews and music recorded by staff members as they go about their work in support of minorities and indigenous peoples around the world. October’s podcast includes:French linguist Jean-Michel Filippi speaking about why the S'aoch people of Cambodia are losing their language and culture.An interview in Spanish with Oswaldo Bilbao of the Peruvian organisation, Ethnic...

Afro descendant in the Americas: A Struggle for Recognition 

African descendants in the Americas: A Struggle for RecognitionThe United Nations and the Organization of American States has decreed 2011 to be the Year of African descendants.There are over 150 million people of African descent in Latin America and the Caribbean   with the largest numbers concentrated in Brazil, Colombia and VenezuelaAfrican descendant peoples in the region, display consistent realities and are affected by currents...

MRG Podcast: June 2011 

Welcome to MRG's June 2011 podcast. This month we hear how Bagyeli people in the rainforests of southern Cameroon are being affected by both resource exploitation and conservation projects, find out what Central American black organisations think of their Governments' responses to the UN declaration of 2011 as 'the year of African descendants', and tune in to the music of The Abyssinians, a Jamaican...

Interviews with activists: Sidney Francis, President of the Central American Black Organization  

The 41st regular session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) was held from June 5th to 7th 2011, in the Central American country of El Salvador.  A number of civil society organizations (CSOs) that were approved by the OAS Permanent Council, received  official invitations under the accreditation of "Special Guest" .These included CSOs from the Americas that represented women,...

Cowboys vs. Indians in Nicaragua's 'Wild East' 

As Nicaragua gears up for the elections that will determine whether the country sticks with the current trend for left-leaning Latin American governments, a largely unreported and increasingly violent struggle for control of communal lands dominates the lives of the Mayangna Indians of Wasakin, in the autonomously administered east of the country.Click on the link below to download the full article....



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