A paper on Self-determination and Liberation in time of the global crises presented during the “International Conference on Indigenous Peoples, Alternatives and Solutions to the Climate Crisis” in 2010.
A comprehensive Human Rights framework on Self-determination expanding up to the scope and meaning of Human Rights from the peoples’ perspectives of national liberation and self-determination.
The Declaration of Solidarity was signed by 47 participating organizations during the founding conference of IPMSDL in Baguio City, Philippines.
The historic Kari-Oca II Declaration, signed by by over five hundred Indigenous Peoples from throughout the world, demands respect for IP rights and the dignity of Mother Earth and condemns the Green Economy as the privatization of Life.
The 1976 Algiers Declaration lists people’s rights in 30 articles that codify the right to a national and cultural identity, the right to self-determination, and minority rights among others.
A report by the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples regarding international investment agreements and investment clauses of free trade regimes and their impacts on IP rights.
A collection of news stories from 2017 depicting the continuing struggle of Indigenous Peoples for self-determination
The articles in this publication give attention to the situation of Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines: that of the horrors of extrajudicial killings, militarization of IP territories; the failure of an inutile Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Act; and the attacks on alternative learning schools for Indigenous children.
This collection of case stories underscores the ADB’s systematic maldevelopment and violations of individual and collective rights of Indigenous Peoples in Manipur, Sarawak, Cambodia, and Philippines.
The proceedings of the 2017 Study Conference on West Papua Self-Determination and Liberation. Kindly email the Merdeka Network secretariat for a soft-copy. Click the link below (English).