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Civil Society Organisation Appeals For Nnamdi Kanu's Freedom

International Justice Appeal For Freedom Of Nnamdi Kanu (Leader Of Indigenous Of Biafra-IPOB) And Other Victims Of Regime Atrocities In Nigeria OPEN LETTER TO: (1) The Secretary General of the United Nations (2) The President of the United ... Watchdog Reporters.net, 1 week ago

8 images for federation of regional indigenous society

Siasat Daily, 1 month ago
Daily Trust Nigera, 2 months ago
Belleville Intelligencer, 4 months ago
VOA News, 4 months ago
InfoNews.ca, 5 months ago
Winnipeg Free Press, 5 months ago
570News, 5 months ago
610 CKTB, 5 months ago

Indigenous communities deserve economic choice

HALIFAX, N.S. Sept. 8, 2016/ Troy Media/ To help First Nations convert more of their land into urban reserves, the federal government has decided to improve its Additions to Reserve (ATR) policy. It's a step in the right direction but more can be ...
 Troy Media3 weeks ago

CSOs: Creating Phantom Factions Won't End Biafra Agitation

Emmanuel Ugwu in Umuahia As the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) contends with the alleged factions, some civil society organisations in the South-east have condemned the emergence of fictitious factions within IPOB, warning that such creations ...
 This Day Online4 weeks ago militants, pro-biafra not serious about breakup nwabueze  Daily Trust Nigera1 month ago IPOB Split Sets Back Biafra Agitation  Nigeria Daily Independent1 month ago

Civil society groups say No to investors suing States in RCEP

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is being negotiated in secret by 16 countries and a leaked copy of its investment chapter includes proposals to allow foreign investors to sue governments at an international tribunal. These ...
 Transnational Institute1 month ago

Koko: Federalism benefits indigenous people

Press Release August 9, 2016 As the country observes National Indigenous People's Day, Senate President Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel III expressed hopes that the proposed shift in government will be beneficial for the different indigenous groups in the ...
 Senate of the Philippines1 month ago Protecting Nigeria's indigenous population  Nigeria Punch1 month ago
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Experts, stakeholders convene, discuss issues on Federalism

The PDP Laban Policy Studies Group (PSG) in National Capitol Region in close collaboration with the Center for Integrative and Development Studies (CIDS), University of the Philippines successfully conducted a round table discussion (RTD) entitled ...
 Philippines Daily Tribune1 month ago

Introducing 'Noongarpedia' Australia's first Indigenous Wikipedia

The people who have occupied south-west Western Australia for 30,000 years are determined to ensure the survival of their Noongar language • Support our journalism by giving a one-off or recurring contribution to Guardian Australia Wikipedia ...
 The Guardian9 hours ago

Jonathan Jones unites Indigenous and settler history in massive public artwork in Sydney

With 15,000 white shields in the Royal Botanic Garden, the artist pays tribute to Indigenous artefacts and remains which were burnt down in 1882 Jonathan Jones remembers learning for the first time about the Garden Palace fire of 1882. The ...
 The Guardian10 hours ago
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Feds eye daycare in Iqaluit in hopes of retaining employees

Daycare would have at least 30 spots primarily for children of federal employees The federal government is considering building a daycare in Iqaluit in the hopes of luring more employees and retaining the ones it has. Finding a place in one of the ...
 CBC4 days ago
Huffington Post Canada

Supreme Court Selection Process 'Unfair' To Indigenous: Senator

OTTAWA — Two leading First Nations voices say the government's new Supreme Court of Canada selection process creates unfair barriers for indigenous candidates due to its "functionally bilingual" requirement. Sen. Murray Sinclair, former chairman ...
 Huffington Post Canada1 week ago Sen. Murray Sinclair: Supreme Court Selection Process 'Unfair' To Indigenous Candidates  Huffington Post Canada1 week ago
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