IP Women

Teduray woman wins award for peace-building in Maguindanao

Source: 
Philippine Daily Inquirer - http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/721693/teduray-woman-wins-award-for-peace-building-in-maguindanao#ixzz3lhTNJGjE
Date of publication: 
13 September, 2015

SOUTH UPI, Maguindanao—A Teduray woman was recently named the lone Filipino winner of this year’s N-Peace Awards for her passionate work as an advocate of peace and nonviolent action.

Jo Genna Martin Jover of Maguindanao province was being credited for organizing members of her tribe to continue working for justice “amid such injustices as intrusion into their traditional lands.” She has also been working hard to bring about change in “lumad” and Moro communities in Maguindanao by adopting strategies of nonviolence and peace-building.

N-Peace is the Bangkok-based multicou

UN Special Rapporteur: 100 indigenous peoples protecting environment killed in last 3 years

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By Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com - http://www.interaksyon.com/article/115870/un-special-rapporteur-100-indigenous-peoples-protecting-environment-killed-in-last-3-years
Date of publication: 
12 August, 2015

MANILA – How are indigenous peoples in the Philippines doing?

Lumad in the Bangsamoro: Dreams and Fears

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LILAK (Purple Action for Indigenous Women's Rights) & Focus on the Global South release
Date of publication: 
26 May, 2015

The Lumads have consistently expressed their support for the peace process in Mindanao; and have been equally consistent in articulating their position that a genuine and lasting peace can only be based on inclusiveness and justice.

In May 2014, Lumad leaders both from the core areas and the adjacent areas of the proposed Bangsamoro territory came to Manila to reach out to peace and human rights advocates, and the public in general, to articulate their side of the story on this peace process.

#16days - Indigenous women stand against all forms of VAW

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By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL, Bulatlat.com - http://bulatlat.com/main/2014/12/01/16days-indigenous-women-stand-against-all-forms-of-vaw/
Date of publication: 
1 December, 2014

“With the continuous mining in our communities, the indigenous women and the whole community continue to fight.”

MANILA – Indigenous women led by Bai Indigenous Women Network (BAI) protested at the Chino Roces Bridge (former Mendiola Bridge) on Thursday, Nov.

NGO worker Delle Salvador is killed in Lacub, Cordillera

Justice for Engr. Delle Salvador!

Hold the 41st IB Accountable!

Joint Statement of the Cordillera Peoples Alliance and Cordillera Human Rights Alliance

11 September 2014

We cry out for justice for Engr. Fidela “Delle” Salvador, staff of activist NGOs CDPC and CORDIS – an engineer of the people, a woman and a mother, who was killed by troops of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) in a Northern Luzon Command-led military operation in Lacub, Abra participated in mainly by the 41st Infantry Battalion deployed in the area.

Aside from Engr.

Indigenous peoples submit cases of rights abuses to UN official

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By Dee Ayroso, Bulatlat.com - http://bulatlat.com/main/2014/08/09/indigenous-peoples-submit-cases-of-rights-violations-to-un-special-rapporteur/
Date of publication: 
9 August, 2014

“More than 100,000 indigenous peoples from 39 tribal groups all over the country will be dislocated or will lose their livelihood as an effect of the all-out mining liberalization under Aquino.

New Special Rapporteur to focus on indigenous “collective” rights

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Tebtebba release - http://www.tebtebba.org/index.php/component/content/article/99-tebtebba-bulletin/311-new-special-rapporteur-to-focus-on-indigenous-collective-rights
Date of publication: 
6 August, 2014

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – A new United Nations indigenous woman official from the Philippines has pledged to promote “collective rights”and “good practices”in implementing international standards concerning the rights of indigenous peoples.

“My mandate, therefore, demands lots of research work because I have to come up with reports backed by solid evidence,”Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the new Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, told supporters here recently.

The first-ever indigenous woman Special Rapporteur, who hails from Besao town, Mt.

Indigenous peoples join call for Aquino ouster at the People’s SONA

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By DEE AYROSO, Bulatlat.com - http://bulatlat.com/main/2014/07/29/indigenous-peoples-join-call-for-aquino-ouster-at-the-peoples-sona/
Date of publication: 
29 July, 2014

“Why are they depriving people of their lands?” – Mayeth Corpuz, an Agta, secretary general of the Samahan ng mga Katutubo sa Sierra Madre (SKSM)

MANILA — At the People’s State of the Nation Address on July 28, about 100 indigenous peoples came down from their mountain villages in Luzon and joined protesters in Metro Manila to call for a change in government policies, and President Aquino’s ouster.

From the Igorots of the north to the Mangyans of southern Luzon, indigenous peoples decry the same development aggression, dispossession of their ancestral lands and militarizati

State of the Indigenous Peoples Address 2014

Source: 
Statement from State of the Indigenous Peoples Address (SIPA) Meeting
Date of publication: 
25 July, 2014

Indigenous Peoples – For Truth, Justice, Peace & Equality!

We, the bae, datu, fulong, baylan, timuay, mantikadong, the indigenous leaders of indigenous communities in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, belonging to the different tribes of the B’laan, Higaonon, Kalanguya-Ifugao, Mansaka, Erumanen ne Menuvu, Erumanen ne Menuvu Kirinteken,Aeta-Abellen, Dumagat, Pala’wan, Subanen, Subanon, Ilongot, Manobo Matigsalog, Egongot (Ilongot) Bugkalot, Bukidnon, Manubo Blit, Teduray, Tagbanwa, Tasaday, Lambangi-an, Ybanag, Remontado, Aeta, Ayta, at T’boli-Ubo, together in solidarity with our friends

Indigenous women say militarization worsens women’s health situation

Source: 
by Macky Macaspac, Pinoy Weekly
Date of publication: 
29 May, 2014

Clad in their tribal wear, women from the tribes of Manobo-Bukidnon, Bagobo, Matigsalog from Mindanao, Dumagat and Mangyan from Southern Luzon and Kankan-ey from Cordillera joined in a protest rally in front of Camp Crame in Quezon City, for the International Day of Action for Women’s Health yesterday.

The group threw their support for and demanded the release of Andrea Rosal, daughter of the late Communist Party of the Philippines Spokesperson Gregorio “Ka Roger” Rosal.