OAK FLATS APACHE LEAP / RESOLUTION COPPER MINE / SAN CARLOS APACHE TRIBE

APACHES’ INTERVENTION AT 8TH SESSION, U.N. PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES

SAN CARLOS APACHE TRIBE P.O. Box 0 San Carlos Arizona 85550 (928) 475-2361 WENDSLER NOSIE, SR. CHAIRMAN DAVID REEDEVICE-CHAIRMAN Oak Flat/Apache Leap Statement The purpose of this statement is to affirm why the Lipan Apache Woman’s Defense and the San Carlos Apache Tribe opposes the Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and the proposed Resolution Copper mine … Continue reading

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Lipan Apache Women Defense, Intervention on Human Rights, Indigenous Women, Families & Militarization

UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Eighth SessionMay 19-29, 2009 Presented by Margo Támez, Co-Founder, Lipan Apache Women’s Defense, Nádasi’né’ nde’ isdzáné begoz’aahi’ shimaa shini’ gokalGową goshjaa ha’áná’idiłí texas-nakaiyé godesdzog[El Calaboz Ranchería, U.S.-Mexico Border; subregion: Texas, U.S.-Tamaulipas, MX] Agenda Item 4:Follow Up on the Recommendations of the Permanent Forum“Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples, Militarization and the … Continue reading

PROTECTION OF WATER / SEVENTH GENERATION FUND FOR INDIAN DEVELOPMENT / TIA OROS / WATER / WATER IS A HUMAN RIGHT

"WATER IS A HUMAN RIGHT" Intervention to the 8th Session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues May 2009

(LOWER RIO GRANDE RIVER) COLLECTIVE STATEMENT Intervention to the Eighth Session of theUnited Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues 2009Submitted by the Seventh Generation Fund for Indian DevelopmentAgenda Item 3a: Social and Economic DevelopmentPROTECTION OF WATER – WATER IS A HUMAN RIGHT Madame Chair, esteemed Members of this Forum, brothers and sisters of the world … Continue reading

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Human Rights Violations Texas-Mexico Border Wall

As we prepare to submit our intervention, tomorrow, on the issues of Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples, Militarization and the Texas-Mexico border wall at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, We warmly invite you, our sisters, brothers, and allies, to review the papers on these issues as they pertain to our case at this … Continue reading

global indigenous women caucus / human rights violations / lipan apache women defense / TEXAS-MEXICO BORDER WALL / United Nations Permanent Forum Indigenous Issues

Lipan Apache Women Defense an Indigenous Peoples’ Organization (United Nations)

Today we are representing the community concerns of human rights violations at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues See the video of Global Indigenous Women Caucus, in which the Lipan Apache Women Defense has participated in dialogues, discussions and debates related to customary title, aboriginal title, cultural resource management, social and economic issues, … Continue reading