Carta U´wa al hombre blanco

Los U'wa han movilizado para dejar de entrar turistas a la sierra nevada del Cocuy, un Parque Nacional de Colombia. El Parque Nacional se traslapa . . .

U'wa Letter to the White Man

The U'wa have mobilized to stop tourists from entering the snow-capped mountain peak of El Cocuy, a Colombian National Park. The National Park overlaps significantly . . .

Nación U'wa afirma proteger tierra sagrada

La nación U'wa se está movilizando para garantizar la protección del medio ambiente de su territorio ancestral, Zizuma. Zizuma se encuentra dentro de los límites . . .

U'wa Nation to Protect Sacred Land From National Park Services

The U'wa nation is mobilizing to ensure the environmental protection of their ancestral territory, Zizuma. Zizuma is located inside the borders of El Cocuy National . . .

Carta pública al presidente de Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández

Estimado Presidente Juan Orlando Hernández, En representación de 50+ organizaciones internacionales, nos dirigimos a usted para expresarle nuestra conmoción y preocupación por el reciente asesinato . . .

Public Letter to Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández

Dear President Juan Orlando Hernández, We, a group of 50+ international organisations, write to express our shock and concern over the recent killing of Berta . . .

World Indigenous Games: Don’t let Brazil Pull the Wool Over Your Eyes

While many people are praising Brazil for hosting the inaugural World Indigenous Games , things are not always what they seem. In October at a . . .

Hatgyi Dam Project and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Throughout our lives, we have always been displaced and have to run away from the invasion of the Burmese military. With this dam built, we . . .

Nación U'wa se levantó de la mesa de dialogo con el gobierno colombiano

Fueron aproximadamente catorce horas viaje, para que la delegación del Pueblo U´wa se encontrara en Bogotá dispuesta a cumplir la cita agendada con los representantes . . .

U'wa Nation Walks out of Negotiations with the Colombian Government

It took over fourteen hours of travel for the U'wa Nation delegates to arrive to Bogotá, Colombia , to attend the scheduled meeting with the . . .