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BALIK-TANAW | Extended Families, Extending Solidarity: An Open Letter to Fellow Missionaries

To welcome and embrace, and “be welcomed and embraced” by others, especially those in the social and existential peripheries of today

Indonesian Indigenous woman among 2023 winners of ‘Nobel’ for environmentalists

Delima traveled from village to village and educated communities about laws that support the recognition of Indigenous peoples’ rights

Vatican: ‘Doctrine of discovery’ is not Catholic teaching

Renewed dialogue with indigenous peoples has helped the Church to better understand their values, cultures, and sufferings

US, Canadian bishops join Vatican’s condemnation of colonialist ‘doctrine of discovery’

The doctrine of discovery is a theory that posits that European colonizers have the right to expropriate indigenous lands and property

Lake Mapanuepe and the Aetas’ journey to education

Lake Mapanuepe is a four-hour drive from Manila and is easily accessible through the North Luzon Expressway and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway

Photos: Indigenous People walk against dam project in ancestral land

The people called on the government to stop the construction of the Kaliwa Dam in the provinces of Quezon and Rizal

Human Rights Watch decries ‘red-tagging’ of Philippine indigenous leaders, activists

In October 2022, the Philippine justice secretary defended red-tagging before the UN Human Rights Council, calling it “part of democracy”

Canada to pay Indigenous abuse survivors more than US$2 billion

Last year, Pope Francis visited Canada on a penitential trip to apologize for the "evil" perpetrated in the schools

Green activists, tribal group call for pull out of soldiers from...

Kalikasan urged the Department of Environment and National Resources to immediately stop and review megadam projects

The mystical Lake Tabeo of Benguet and indigenous people’s rights

“The indigenous peoples’ struggle for their rights ... is rooted in their effort for cultural and human survival"

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