Buzzword Bingo: Indigenous = originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; native

Indigenous Peoples

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Indigenous peoples are ethnic groups native to a land or region, especially before the arrival and intrusion of a foreign and possibly dominating culture. They are a group of people whose members share a cultural identity that has been shaped by their geographical region. Each group of Indigenous people are unique, some following similar beliefs and values, but holding onto different history and different spiritual perspectives.

Events

February 6 Sámi National Day
July Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week)
August 7-13 Indigenous Peoples Week 2017; hashtag: #ipw7
August 9 International Day of the World's Indigenous People

Indigenous Literacy Day

September 2 is Indigenous Literacy Day
http://www.indigenousliteracyfoundation.org.au/indigenous-literacy-day.html
@IndigenousLF

Second Monday in October

#IndigenousPeoplesDay
http://planeta.com/1610indigenouspeoplesday
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2016/10/10/support-grows-indigenous-peoples-day-amid-columbus-day-criticism/91845266/
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/10/12/columbus-day-becomes-indigenous-peoples-day/73802278

Live Video / Ustream

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/national-museum-of-the-american-indian
The National Museum of the American Indian is the first national museum dedicated to the preservation, study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of Native Americans. Join us for lectures, plays and musical performances from the Nation's Capitol.
http://nmai.si.edu
https://www.facebook.com/events/323995807948653
@SmithsonianNMAI

The Global Meeting of the Indigenous Peoples’ Forum

https://www.ifad.org/web/events/ipforum
https://storify.com/ifadnews/the-global-meeting-of-the-indigenous-peoples-forum
https://twitter.com/IFADnews/status/831167677272092673




Headlines

adam-beach-hollywood-whitewashing-casting-native-american-open-letter
Canada's record on racial discrimination under scrutiny at UN
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09669582.2016.1206112
http://www.univision.com/noticias/noticias-de-mexico/tradicion-milenaria-en-la-actualidad-fotos
http://indianandcowboy.ca/podcasts/kanata-pod-ep2-community-media-jules-koostachin
http://www.mediaindigena.com/rickharp/issues-and-politics/misleading-label-indigenous-languages-lost-dying
http://www.pri.org/stories/2016-12-17/modern-day-tribes-still-carry-traces-colonial-devastation-their-dna
http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2016/11/23/wiki-indigenous-languages-using-technology-stop-language-loss-166485
Asked and Answered: A President for Indian Country - White House
An Indigenous curator for Indigenous artefacts: South Australia breaks new ground
ost-found-and-shared-indigenous-language-speakers-on-the-rise
how-social-media-helping-save-endangered-languages
Mexico indigenous people: Pope Francis asks for forgiveness
Technology key to revitalising language and culture - @DigitalMaori

Indigenous World

Aboriginal Australia - didgeridoo
Ainu
algonquin
Ecuador's indigenous people
Inuit
Maori - maori lang - maori proverbs
maasai
Quechua
Sámi - swedish lapland
tainu

Indigenous Mexico

Indigenous peoples of Oaxaca
Mexico's Indigenous Foods (Carta de Comida Indígena)
Maya
Ayuuk (Mixe)
Chinanteco
Mixtec
Zapotec
http://lenguasindigenas.mx - http://www.youtube.com/user/adlenguasindigenas
http://www.inali.gob.mx - https://twitter.com/INALIMEXICO

Los Mexicanos vistos por sí mismos
http://www.losmexicanos.unam.mx
http://www.losmexicanos.unam.mx/indigenas/encuesta_nacional.html
http://www.dgcs.unam.mx/boletin/bdboletin/2016_490.html

Indigenous USA

Alaska Native Language Center
Apache
Chickasaw
Choctaw Nation
Comanche Nation of Oklahoma
creek
Diné (Navajo)
SiaThe Comanche Nation Ethno-Ornithological Initiative
Grand Portage Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa
Hopi
Hualapai
Iroquois
Lakota
Mohegan
Nimi'ipu (Nez Perce)
Paiute
Pequot
Puebloan Peoples
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Sioux
Founded in 1944, the National Congress of American Indians is the oldest, largest & most representative American Indian & Alaska Native org in the country.
@NCAI1944

Indigenous New Zealand

te ara
TIME Unlimited
Maori Television


Indigenous Twitter

Indigenous Twitter #ipw5 @YothuYindiFound @DarwinArtFair @natIndigRadio @TeotitlanDValle @timeunlimited @kialowinters @madidijungle @BookabeeYura @FirstPeoples @indianpueblo @NativeInnovate @nuttisamisiida @SmithsonianNMAI @CDI_mx @elChilamBalam

Apps

Never Alone: Ki Edition by E-Line Media
https://appsto.re/us/l9iF_.i

Mapping and mapping

https://www.indigenousmaps.com
https://twitter.com/indigenousmaps
Indigenous Maps: Building a global community of Indigenous Mappers.

http://imw.nz/
2017 INDIGENOUS MAPPING WAANANGA
Kirikiriroa (Hamilton), New Zealand | May 16 to 18, 2017

LISTEN: Indigenous Mapping Conference ’17 Spokesperson

Moka Apiti talks to Dale Husband from Radio Waatea about the conference.
Aboriginal Mapping Network (AMN) was established in 1998 as a joint initiative of the Gitxsan and Ahousaht First Nations and Ecotrust Canada. Over the years the network has grown from its humble beginnings as a knowledge sharing forum for local First Nations technicians, leaders and decision makers to become a valuable strategic resource for practitioners of traditional knowledge mapping around the world.
Aboriginal Mapping Network on Facebook
http://twitter.com/nativemaps
UNPFII - United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
The UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues is an advisory body to the Economic and Social Council, with a mandate to discuss indigenous issues related to economic and social development, culture, the environment, education, health and human rights.
UN FACTSHEET (PDF)


Mapmaker continues quest to map western hemisphere - one tribe at a time

http://www.tribalnationsmaps.com - @tribalmaps



Seasons

Australian Indigenous Seasons Calendar

Food

Jokkmaokk Agreement about indigenous peoples and food, Jokkmokk, Sapmi, Sweden
Kanenhi:io Ionkwaienthon:Hakie (We Are Planting Good Seeds)

Language



https://www.un.org/development/desa/indigenouspeoples/meetings-and-workshops/8109-2.html
https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/2016/01/12/international-expert-group-meeting-on-indigenous-languages-19-21-jan-2016/

Papers submitted by experts*

Papers submitted by Governments

Papers submitted by Indigenous Peoples*
Video presentations*






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September 18, 5-7pm PDT Native Innovation Hangout

September 22-23 World Conference on Indigenous Peoples (New York City, USA)

September 24-26 International Funders for Indigenous Peoples (New York City, USA)

Facebook



October 12 Indigenous Peoples Day

#IndigenousPeoplesDay

Commemorating Indigenous Peoples Day

podcast
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/center-of-the-american-west-event-podcast/id303246058?mt=2







Native American Heritage Month


November is Native American Heritage Month in the USA and pays tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans. Look for remembrances and celebrations across the country. Hashtag: #NativeNovember on Google and Twitter
native american heritage month
indian country today
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_American_Indian_Heritage_Month
http://nativeamericanencyclopedia.com/native-american-heritage-month


Native American Encyclopedia

http://nativeamericanencyclopedia.com - http://nativeamericanencyclopedia.com/how-the-milky-way-came
https://plus.google.com/109423755338224548765/post
https://www.facebook.com/native.encyclopedia
http://pinterest.com/nativeamericans
https://twitter.com/nativepedia


Essay

Indigenous people have fallen victim to many degradations including political threats and those against the very cultural aspects and traditions that keep them grounded. Global concern has grown and with that being said so has the interest to protect such cultures and the indigenous communities throughout the world. Tourism aspects have allowed for this increased fascination to benefit local community and the indigenous people. It brings forth both positive and negative aspects, pushing for the protection of the environment and encouraging revival of cultural features to increase visitors. Thus there is the question of whether the opportunities outweigh the threats which will be deliberated through many topics listed throughout articles and information below.


IndigenousX

http://indigenousx.com.au
http://startsomegood.com/indigenousx
@IndigenousX @LukeLPearson
@farmer_kylie
https://www.facebook.com/Indigenousx
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/awaye/the-voices-behind-indigenousx/6680348
The Twitter phenomenon that is @IndigenousX
I just supported @IndigenousXLtd on @StartSomeGood. You should too! https://shar.es/1tYmqq via @sharethis



Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

http://undesadspd.org/IndigenousPeoples/DeclarationontheRightsofIndigenousPeoples.aspx

Spotlight
http://unsr.jamesanaya.org
Annual Report to General Assembly highlights need to harmonize activities within the United Nations that affect indigenous Peoples

In his fourth annual report to the General Assembly, which will be presented to the Assembly's Third Committee on 22 October 2012 in New York, the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples provides a summary of his activities over the past year. The report also discusses the need to harmonize the myriad of activities within the United Nations system that affect indigenous peoples and provides a review of specific UN processes and programs. The Special Rapporteur notes that the United Nations has done important work to promote the rights of indigenous peoples but that greater effort is needed to ensure that all actions within the UN system that affect indigenous peoples are in harmony with international standards, particularly those standards articulated in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. See the report to the General Assembly here.

UNESCO

At its tenth session, the UN Permanent Forum on indigenous issues (UNPFII) made several recommendations relating to UNESCO, its World Heritage Committee and the advisory bodies ICOMOS, ICCROM and IUCN. At the 34th (Brasilia, 2010), 35th (UNESCO, 2011) and 36th (St Petersburg, 2012) sessions of the World Heritage Committee, representatives of the UN Permanent Forum were present as observers and provided statements.

The World Heritage Committee developed a vision and strategic action plan for the 40th Anniversary of the World Heritage Convention and noted that UNESCO is in the process of preparing a policy with regard to its programmes on indigenous peoples and encouraged these considerations to be included in the theme of the 40th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention in 2012 on “World Heritage and Sustainable Development: the Role of Local Communities”.

A specific issue on World Heritage and indigenous peoples has been published as World Heritage Review No.62 to draw the attention of the international community to this important topic. It is available online in English, French and Spanish.

World Heritage Review #62 - World Heritage and Indigenous Peoples.
http://whc.unesco.org/en/review/62/

Flipboard

View my Flipboard Magazine.

United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII or PFII)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations_Permanent_Forum_on_Indigenous_Issues
http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii
http://www.change.org/petitions/united-nations-change-the-name-of-the-un-permanent-forum-on-indigenous-issues


Ethics

Following the furore over the BBC and Travel Channel’s ‘staged’ tribal TV series, Survival International has released a code of practice for filmmakers working with tribal peoples (PDF). Details @Survival
http://www.survivalinternational.org/galleries/tribes-from-the-air

Spotlight: Indigenous News Fund

Intercontinental Cry (IC) Magazine is an independent publication that was founded over a decade ago in response to the marginalization and misrepresentation of Indigenous Peoples on the internet. Based in Canada, the United States and Mexico, we offer time-sensitive and groundbreaking investigative journalism as well as cutting-edge analysis that you can’t find anywhere else. That’s why we are seeking your support—to make sure that we have at least one news platform in the world that fully and accurately covers everything that's going on, no matter where it's happening.
https://www.gofundme.com/newsfund
@intentlcry


Indigenous Voices




Embedded Tweets





https://twitter.com/i/moments/861619963689172992


Indigenous Peoples and Mining

Mining on reindeer land - Bush Telegraph - Perth based mining company Hannans Reward is hoping to develop open cut mines in Sweden's north. But as Verica Jokic writes Indigenous communities argue the mines will endanger their traditional way of life.
Mining threatens unique culture of Sweden’s reindeer-herding Samis
Conflicts Could Be Deterring Companies From Peru
Sweden’s indigenous Sami fight for way of life as miners enter ancient reindeer grounds
Mining firm fined for ruining Aboriginal sacred site
Special Rapporteur issues report on extractive industries and indigenous peoples
Thunderchild band members protest oil drilling plans
The Cost of Ignoring FPIC
First Nation Will Evict Mining Company After Massive Spill Contaminated Area Water
http://sinlineadiario.com.mx/archivos/7096 - @REMAmx

Crafts

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Alaska State Council on the Arts recently produced an updated Customs Guide on Alaska Native Arts. Long recognized as an excellent tool for the Alaska Native art market, the online guide helps artists, arts patrons, and retailers interpret the complex wildlife laws that affect the international trade of some of Alaska’s most unique products. Details and Download (PDF)

Recommended Viewing

first australians
Maori television
Indigenous People - YouTube Playlist
- Includes language lessons from indigenous groups in Oaxaca and music videos

Media Faves (Trying to create a Top 10)


Honorable mentions:Canastitas, Territory Trails


Recommended Reading


Welcome to Indigenous Peoples Literature. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.indigenouspeople.net/
Hinch, T., & Butler, R. (2007). Tourism and indigenous peoples: issues and implications.
Churchill, R. P. (2011). Encyclopedia of global justices.

CBD Technical Series 64: Recognising and Supporting Territories and Areas Conserved by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities: Global overview and national case studies. Download: http://bit.ly/St9iNB

UNEP:
A toolkit to support conservation by indigenous peoples and local communities

Quotes

Building genuine partnerships with Aboriginal people isn't just about benefiting indigenous Australians. Perhaps non-Aboriginal Australia can learn from a people who have survived 60,000 years on this harsh continent. We will then be on the way to developing an equal partnership that makes Aboriginal health 'everyone's business'. Don't be put off if you are unsure how to proceed. Those ten women showed me, in a way I'll never forget, that you don't have to know the answers. You don't even have to know the questions. What you need to do for successful consultation is to know how to build trust, show respect, listen and not be hurried.
- Anthony Hillin, Walking the path together

The measure by which we should test our laws and our institutions is to ask how they work for the poor, the marginalized and the culturally distinct. It's never enough that they work well for the rich, well-educated members of the dominant culture.
Larissa Behrendt, Perils, Real or Imagined (2005)

Kakadu has sort of fallen between the cracks. Even with the abundance of publicity derived from films like Crocodile Dundee and countless wildlife documentaries, the significance of the indigenous peoples is rarely properly acknowledged.
- John Morse, cited in Kakadu or Don't

Too long we have been brainwashed into believing that our own indigenous languages of the world are not compatible with the modern world. We no longer succumb to the colonisations of our minds forcing us to believe that we must give away our indigenous languages in order to be part of our global community. We know that is rubbish and it’s time to say it loudly around the world.
- Sir Tamati Reedy delivered at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference in Education (WIPCE) in 1990 held at Turangawaewae Marae, Hamilton, cited in Te Ahi Kaa

Recommended listening

Meditating on decolonisation - Can you decolonise yourself through meditation? A visual artist who practices meditation, Katie West has created a 'third space' for Melbourne's Next Wave festival of emerging arts where audiences can experience decolonisation - a process that is best described as the undoing of colonisation.

For us and our children after us: Indigenous economic survival - How should the management of intergenerational collectively owned assets be approached? Highlights of The economics of Indigenous survival the 14th annual Vincent Lingiari lecture, Charles Darwin University, Northern Territory.

Holding our tongues is a Hindsight project about the long and painful task of reviving Aboriginal languages.

The impact of English on the preservation and maintenance of Indigenous and other old languages - Why do we need to preserve and maintain languages? Well as Wade Davis reminded us in his recent Massey lecture series The Way Finders, of the 7,000 languages spoken today, half are teetering on the brink of extinction...and with the extinction of a language an entire culture is lost.

Indigenous owners hoping to protect endangered species in the desert - A large chunk of Western Australia's desert country straddling the famous Canning Stock Route became part of Australia's national reserve system this week.

Nineteenth-century appetites for indigenous foods - In recent years we’ve seen something of a revival for bush foods but what’s perhaps surprising is that engagement with and a curiosity about native food isn’t something new.

http://www.ksut.org/tribalradio.html
http://www.knba.org
http://www.cdi.gob.mx/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=71


2015 Headlines
http://mic.com/articles/88017/how-the-u-s-might-look-if-we-recognized-our-native-american-roots - @WhiteHouse
In Bolivia's High-Altitude Capital, Indigenous Traditions Thrive Once Again - @annielaumurphy - Outbounding
http://www.unep-wcmc.org/news/new-information-on-protected-planet-for-local-communities-and-indigenous-peoples
The future of America's endangered languages - The Week
Wixárika, la lengua huichol se abre al mundo gracias a un diccionario online
http://www.datacenter.org/new-toolkit-our-stories-our-lives-a-guide-for-community-based-strategies-for-mapping-indigenous-stories
Where are the mainstream TV shows about American Indians?
http://www.10best.com/interests/travel-features/best-ways-to-experience-native-american-cultures-for-spring-break
http://firstpeoples.org/wp/columbus-day-this-year-were-celebrating-indigenous-leaders-day
Four Ways to Honor Native Americans Without Appropriating Our Culture
http://www.mtv.com/news/1837578/why-you-should-not-wear-headdresses
Healing the Dark Legacy of Native American Families
http://yaleglobal.yale.edu/content/globalization-helps-preserve-endangered-languages
15 Twitter Accounts Every Native Should Follow - ICTMN.com
Media representation of indigenous people — an interview with Duncan McCue
Amplifying the voices of indigenous communities
What's in a Name? Indians and Political Correctness - All Things Cherokee
The Konyak People of Nagaland | Celebrating Indigenous Peoples
3 Reasons You Need to Support Indigenous Peoples, Even If You Are Not Indigenous
A 'like' for linguistics: Can social media save Mexico's unwritten languages?
Impulsarán pueblos indígenas con proyectos de turismo alternativo
http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/05/05/native-student-tackles-powwow-trail-and-preserving-his-language-149012
http://theconversation.edu.au/joining-the-dots-indigenous-art-and-language-in-the-national-cultural-policy-12806
Launch of a new toolkit supporting conservation by indigenous peoples and local communities - @UNDP
http://intercontinentalcry.org/indigenous-struggles-2012-dispatches-from-the-fourth-world
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/wab-kinew/idle-no-more-canada_b_2316098.html
Indigenous peoples urge action on biodiversity loss - tangata whenua
Maasai register to vote for upcoming elections
http://blogs.nature.com/news/2012/09/indigenous-peoples-play-growing-role-in-biodiversity-protection.html
How Google Earth Is Preserving, Sharing Indigenous Culture
Australian Broadcasting Celebrates Indigenous Peoples' Culture via DAB
Idaho, Nevada tribes take flight to protect sites
The Endangered Languages Project: Supporting language preservation through technology and collaboration
UN Explores Native American Rights In US - NPR
What Have Economists Learned About Indigenous Peoples? @Marcelo_WB
http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2009/oct/15/ethical-tourism-tribal-people
http://www.thetravelword.com/2012/08/15/authenticity-and-the-case-of-indigenous-tourism
http://episcoglobal.wordpress.com/2012/08/09/walkingintwowords-part1
First Public Native Language School in Idaho

Elsewhere on the Web


http://nihizaad.com - @nihizaad
https://fnx.org - https://twitter.com/fnxtv
http://pueblosoriginarios.com - https://twitter.com/pue_originarios
http://www.visionmakermedia.org/festival
http://internationalfunders.org - https://twitter.com/IFIP -
https://www.facebook.com/IFIPphilanthropy
http://www.unep-wcmc.org/news/indigenous-and-local-knowledge-has-important-role-in-biodiversity-assessments
International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB) - @IIFB_indigenous
http://www.iccaconsortium.org - @ICCAConsortium
http://www.indigenousportal.com
http://www.iltf.org/resources - http://www.iltf.org/resources/land-tenure-curriculum
http://outbounding.org/hub/indigenous-tourism/all/new
http://www.ienearth.org - @IENearth
Native Web
Cultural Survival - Facebook
A Challenge to Conservationists - Mac Chapin/World Watch
Conservation Refugees: When Protecting Nature Means Kicking People Out - Mark Dowie/Orion
The Nature Conservancy and Indigenous Peoples - TNC
Raiz de la imagen - CLACPI
Workshop Series on Indigenous Communities, Tourism and Biodiversity - NZTRI
Living on the Land: Indigenous Women’s Understanding of Place
http://galdu.org
http://www.nativenetworks.si.edu
http://paper.li/tag/indigenous
http://indigenous.developmentgateway.org
http://www.arcticpeoples.org
http://www.iiirm.org
http://www.aianta.org
http://traditionalcultures.squarespace.com
Native Wiki
http://www.scoop.it/t/world-indigenous-tourism
Project 562

“Rethinking Tourism Certification”: An Online Indigenous Conference June 14 – July 2, 2004


Flickr Groups

Native Voices
https://www.flickr.com/photos/un_photo/sets/72157614476504440


Facebook

Indigenous Tourism
Global Workshop for Indigenous and Local Communities: Biodiversity, Tourism and the Social Web (2012)
Comisión Nacional para el Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas
Congreso Internacional Pueblos Indígenas de América Latina (CIPIAL)
https://www.facebook.com/indigenousfremantle
https://www.facebook.com/native.encyclopedia
https://www.facebook.com/culturalsurvival
https://www.facebook.com/treatycouncil
https://www.facebook.com/incomindios
https://www.facebook.com/indiancraftshop
https://www.facebook.com/indigenous.portal
https://www.facebook.com/WorldIndigenousNetwork
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Indigenous-Tourism-Hub/99044229147
http://www.facebook.com/indigenouspeoplesissues
United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
https://www.facebook.com/Te-Taura-Whiri-i-te-Reo-M%C4%81ori-153306381396594

Blogs


http://natural-justice.blogspot.com
http://www.turismoindigenachacana.blogspot.com
http://nativevoice.tumblr.com
http://cesclients.blogspot.mx
http://indigenoustweets.blogspot.com - @IndigenousTweet
http://turismocomunitarioindigena.wordpress.com - @LopezGuevaraMx
http://indigenouswaves.com
http://iccaconsortium.wordpress.com - @ICCAConsortium
http://aboriginalastronomy.blogspot.com

Soundcloud

https://soundcloud.com/RPMfm
https://soundcloud.com/radioindigena
https://soundcloud.com/dineweb
https://soundcloud.com/jumpingsun
https://soundcloud.com/navajo-word-of-the-day
https://soundcloud.com/cdi_mx

Storify

http://storify.com/risingvoices
http://storify.com/risingvoices/imld-words-and-phrases
https://storify.com/ronmader/tematatini
https://storify.com/ronmader/guelaguetza

Twitter (list)

@indianpueblo
@FirstPeoples
@localXplorer
@NatIndigRadio
@IndigenousTweet
@DigitalMaori
@Songlines_au
@CIRidgeway
@indiancountry
@indigenousissue
@navajotimes
@IndigenousWaves
@livingtongues
@RPMfm
@UN4Indigenous
@mediaINDIGENA
@OfficialAIANTA
@MiMuseoIndigena
@CDI_mx
@NativeInnovate
@RhiannaPatrick
@NativeApprops
@TerriHansen
@brendanorrell
@NativeTimes
@NativeOklahoma
@IndigenousPMC



Twitter/Museums

@lostcitymuseum
@Te_Papa
@pequotmuseum
@HeardMuseum
@SmithsonianNMAI

Hashtags

#IndigenousPeoplesDay

Idle No More

#idlenomore

IndigenousX

#IndigenousX - Meet IndigenousX - Speaking Out
@IndigenousX





YouTube

Indigenous People
IndigenousKnowledge
RN Indigenous
EnduringVoices
ArohatiaTeReo
Linguinotas
Ventana a mi Comunidad



Wikipedia

Indigenous_peoples
List_of_indigenous_peoples
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Native_Americans_in_the_United_States

Wikispaces

http://naindians.forsyth.wikispaces.net

Tumblr

http://lastrealindians.tumblr.com
Tlo'chi'iin News
Satirical Navajo site; Tlo'ch'iin glosses as "wild onion" in English
Power Generation
https://gereports.ca/a-new-role-for-first-nations-power-generation/

Natural Justice

Natural Justice is an international NGO facilitating the legal empowerment of Indigenous peoples and local communities.
Blog: http://natural-justice.blogspot.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/naturaljustice, www.facebook.com/communityprotocols
Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/naturaljustice
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/NaturalJusticeVideos


Buzzword Bingo

Aboriginal - Atlatl - Adnyamathanha - Ayuuk - Chinantec - Corroboree - Diné (Navajo) - Dreamtime - fpic - Guelaguetza - Haka - Hula - Indian - Indigenous - Inuit - Kachina - Manaakitanga - Māori - Mixtec - Native - Nimi'ipuu - Pachamama - Pauite - People - Potlatch - Pow Wow - Quechua - Ráidu - Reservation - Rock Art - Sámi - Sovereignty - Survivor - Territory - Zapotec - 8J


New: Standing on Sacred Ground
http://standingonsacredground.org
@SacredLandFilm @tobymcleod
https://intercontinentalcry.org/changing-the-narrative-27940 - @ruchachitnis
http://standingonsacredground.org/film-series/pilgrims-and-tourists
https://www.facebook.com/SacredLand
https://plus.google.com/111490693409973487799/posts
http://www.sacredland.org/the-four-corners-a-national-sacrifice-area
http://worldchannel.org/programs/episode/standing-sacred-ground-pilgrims-and-tourists - http://outbounding.org/articles/view/standing-on-sacred-ground-pilgrims-and-tourists

#SacredLandChat

#SacredLandChat


Stop Talking @uaanchorage

New: Stop Talking
http://www.difficultdialoguesuaa.org/index.php/handbook/landing
http://www.difficultdialoguesuaa.org/index.php/uaa_initiatives/alaska_native_ways
http://www.difficultdialoguesuaa.org/images/uploads/Stop_talking_final.pdf
@uaanchorage

Sports

Which sports have an 'Indigenous Round?' Check out AFL's Dreamtime at the G

LinkedIn

Indigenous Tourism
World Indigenous Tourism Forum

Pinterest

Indigenous World
http://pinterest.com/nativeamericans
http://www.pinterest.com/smithsoniannmai

Indigenous Musicians

Seaman_Dan
Rebel Music: Native Noise

Slideshare






More Slideshare Presentations
http://www.slideshare.net/undesa/state-of-the-worlds-indigenous-peoples
http://www.slideshare.net/planeta/indigenouspeoples

An Unlikely Solution

http://www.anunlikelysolution.com
An Unlikely Solution is a new documentary-style film that tells the story behind Native American Tribes offering consumers access to installment loans and other financial service products over the Internet. This unique partnership has created an innovative economic development lifeline for Tribal governments, while also providing an essential service for underbanked consumers across the USA.
@TribalEcommerce

Survival International

http://www.survivalinternational.org - @Survival - https://www.facebook.com/survival
code of practice for filmmakers working with tribal peoples (PDF). Details
http://www.survivalinternational.org/galleries/tribes-from-the-air
http://www.survivalinternational.org/info/terminology

Native Voices

http://www.flickr.com/groups/nativevoices
http://nativevoice.tumblr.com

Casinos

http://www.reviewjournal.com/columns-blogs/inside-gaming/tribe-s-talking-stick-resort-wields-powerful-economic-clout

Parks and Protected Areas

Indigenous Peoples’ and Community Conserved Areas and Territories (ICCAs) - @ICCAConsortium
Grand Portage National Monument
Site operated by the US National Park Service and the Grand Portage Band of the Ojibwe

Biology and Indigenous Peoples

The International Society of Ethnobiology
13th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology

Editing

Walk with the Weavers
Tourism and Indigenous People
Aboriginal Australia
Indigenous Mexico
Native Notebook

akwe brochure

Spotlight on Matika Wilbur

http://www.matikawilbur.com
http://matikawilbur.com/blog
http://firstpeoples.org/wp/reframing-native-narratives-the-allure-of-project-562 - @FirstPeoples
https://www.facebook.com/Project562
http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz0lkKrwT4YI6-zigWnrNXw


USA / Tribal Gaming

The Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming focuses on research, policy studies, and education related to the area of tribal gaming management. The Institute, centered in the largest tribal gaming community in the world, is geared to studying tribal gaming within the broader industry of hospitality and tourism management.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sycuan_Institute_on_Tribal_Gaming

USA

Pueblo Etiquette - Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Canada

Aboriginal Tourism Conference in British Columbia - Livestream

Videos

ITBW Playlist
Dios Mep
Zapoteco de la Costa
Flinders Range - Bookabee Tours
From little things big things grow
The Indigenous Connection - Julia Butterfly Hill/Big Picture TV
Indigenous Children Connect Across the Globe Through Technology



Reflection

How do we listen to marginalized voices without making others feel like they are 'marginalized people.' The key lies in respecting the tradition and culture and often the locality -- what makes a place special for a particular group of people. The stories indigenous peoples can share will always have a different depth than what non indigenous peoples bring to the table. There will be a seachange in tourism when enough locals and visitors embrace the local travel movement and what is hyperlocal.

Successful web presence attracts additional visitors to an area which in turn create a positive economic impact for the local economies.

What does your heart say? (na ca anun?) Mixteco de San Pedro Tidaa #indigenous #oaxaca

Misc

There is no clear definition internationally agreed upon on the meaning of Indigenous peoples. There is a variation of people among the world that some classify as indigenous and others no. Many terms that fall under the scope of Indigenous people include the First Nations, Aboriginals, Tribes and Tribal People.

Transition from being a supplier to being an operator
- Nutti Sami Siida

fonseca creation story

Ranker

http://www.ranker.com/widget/551890
Indigenous Languages



submit news
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Mugarik Gabe

@mugarikgabe


ONG de Cooperación cuya misión es impulsar el derecho a un desarrollo humano integral, feminista, sostenible y equitativo entre los pueblos
mugarikgabe.org

Checking out http://www.mugarikgabe.org/campanas/komunikatuz-eraldatu @mugarikgabe @IndigenousTweet @blillehaugen @globalvoices

https://twitter.com/mugarikgabe

http://www.IndigenousTweets.com

https://twitter.com/IndigenousTweet


Recent Events

May 20-26 @FirstPeoples hosted #Proud2BIndigenous Week at #UNPFII
http://firstpeoples.org/wp/proud-to-be-indigenous-week-may-20-26th
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Proud-To-Be-Indigenous/475835352484446
https://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/05/20/proud-be-indigenous-hash-tag-it-and-photograph-it-149415
http://webtv.un.org
http://webtv.un.org/live-now/watch/opening-of-the-12th-session-of-the-united-nations-permanent-forum-on-indigenous-issues-20-31-may-2013/1673036678001
http://webtv.un.org/live-now/watch/3rd-meeting-12th-session-of-the-united-nations-permanent-forum-on-indigenous-issues-20-31-may-2013/1815922500001
https://twitter.com/unwebcast
May 20-28 Endangered Languages Week 2013
http://elar-archive.org/blog/endangered-languages-week-2013
http://www.soas.ac.uk/linguistics/events/apll6-conference
May 24-26 Indigenous Round (Australia, AFL)
http://www.afl.com.au/indigenousround
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dreamtime_at_the_'G
May 26-31 World Indigenous Network’s (WIN) (Australia)
@worldindignet
https://www.facebook.com/WorldIndigenousNetwork
http://www.youtube.com/user/WorldIndigNetwork
World Indigenous Network on Sunday Extra
http://www.worldindigenousnetwork.net/conference-video
http://www.worldindigenousnetwork.net/blog/convention-on-biological-diversity
http://iccaconsortium.wordpress.com/2013/05/27/australias-indigenous-peoples-declare-vast-indigenous-protected-areas/
March 19-21 Preparatory Meeting for Pacific Indigenous Peoples on the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples
http://new.livestream.com/accounts/3259218/events/1949852
http://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/index.php?eventid=56983
https://www.facebook.com/WCIP2014
November 16-18 Oaxaca Hosts National Indigenous Ecotourism Gathering in Mexico
February - March Aboriginal Worldviews
Sep 20-21 international expert workshop on the World Heritage Convention and Indigenous Peoples was organized by the Danish Agency for Culture with the theme "How to ensure that the implementation of the World Heritage Convention is consistent with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples"
Copenhagen
Sep 5 International Literacy Day (Australia)
http://www.nirs.org.au/news/latest-news/7513-indigenous-literacy-day-raises-awareness
http://www.indigenousliteracyfoundation.org.au
August 6-12 Indigenous Peoples Week - Second annual online unconference focusing on Indigenous Peoples and Tourism.
October 14 CoP11 Social Web Workshop (Hyderabad, India)

Planeta.com and Planeta Wiki Founder Ron Mader facilitated the Global Workshop for Indigenous and Local Communities: Biodiversity, Tourism and the Social Web to engage CoP 11 participants and colleagues around the world with new networking tools that spotlight indigenous and local community tourism services that conserve traditional culture and local biodiversity.

Indigenous Tourism

Done well indigenous tourism offer opportunities to culturalize commerce. Done poorly it risks commercializing and cheapening __culture__.
Indigenous tourism can mean many things:
  • Tourism specifically to interpret Indigenous cultures and stories
  • Indigenous people directly operating or investing in tourism operations
  • Business partnerships between Indigenous organisations and tourism operators
  • Indigenous people employed in tourism operations
  • Mainstream tourism incorporating Indigenous culture and stories to enhance their programs
  • Indigenous input into the way tourism is managed.

World Indigenous Tourism Forum (WINTA)

__winta__

2010 Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award

Certification


http://www.tourism-futures.org/content/view/1698/283/

Workshops


Sustainable tourism presents an important opportunity to protect and conserve not only biodiversity, but also cultural diversity and traditional knowledge. In light of this, the Conference of the Parties of the CBD adopted the Guidelines on Biodiversity and Tourism Development and the Secretariat developed a User’s Manual based on these Guidelines. These Guidelines and User’s Manual are particularly useful to indigenous peoples as a blueprint and hands on guide to protect and conserve biological and cultural diversity and traditional knowledge.

Indigenous people and traditional communities around the world, particularly those managing areas with significant biodiversity for livelihood and cultural reasons, have long realized that tourists are interested in visiting their surrounding areas and experiencing their ways of life and cultural roots. This has led to the development of various tourism products (tours, accommodation services, transportation and interpretation offers) designed, managed and operated by indigenous communities and leaders.

Indigenous Communities, Tourism and Biodiversity Workshop Series: New Information and Web-based Technologies
The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity is currently organizing a series of workshops on new information and web-based technologies within indigenous communities.
Second Workshop of the Series: Islands (November 2008)
First Workshop of the Series: The Arctic (November 2007)

Indigenous Mexico
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayo_people
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaqui_language

Questions


What are examples of tourism that includes and benefits indigenous people?
What do out-bound tour operators and travelers suggest?
What ways are there to promote indigenous languages?
Has there been genuine consultation between indigenous people and the government? Among indigenous people and tour operators?
What is the preferred language and spelling of the following words: aboriginal, indigenous, native?
What recommendations to indigenous-owned tourism operations have?

Website Award

ITBW

We presented the winners of the Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award at the September 2010 Ecotourism Conference in Portland, Oregon.
TIME Unlimited tours is a luxury tour operator located in New Zealand, promoting sustainable tourism. They take you across New Zealand promoting the beautiful scenic areas and interesting history on New Zealand and Maori culture. In 2010 they were presented with this award.
http://www.newzealandtours.travel/
http://www.newzealandtours.travel/en-gb/auckland-tours/cultural-experiences

Who are indigenous peoples?
- It is estimated that there are more than 370 million indigenous people spread across 70 countries worldwide. Practicing unique traditions, they retain social, cultural, economic and political characteristics that are distinct from those of the dominant societies in which they live. Spread across the world from the Arctic to the South Pacific, they are the descendants - according to a common definition - of those who inhabited a country or a geographical region at the time when people of different cultures or ethnic origins arrived. The new arrivals later became dominant through conquest, occupation, settlement or other means.
Among the indigenous peoples are those of the Americas (for example, the Lakota in the USA, the Maya in Mexico and Central America or the Aymaras in Bolivia), the Inuit and Aleutians of the circumpolar region, the Sámi of northern Europe, the Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders of Australia and the Maori of New Zealand. These and most other indigenous peoples have retained distinct characteristics which are clearly different from those of other segments of the national populations.

Understanding the term 'indigenous'
Considering the diversity of indigenous peoples, an official definition of “indigenous” has not been adopted by any UN-system body. Instead the system has developed a modern understanding of this term based on the following:
• Self- identification as indigenous peoples at the individual level and accepted by the community as their member.
• Historical continuity with pre-colonial and/or pre-settler societies
• Strong link to territories and surrounding natural resources
• Distinct social, economic or political systems
• Distinct language, culture and beliefs
• Form non-dominant groups of society
• Resolve to maintain and reproduce their ancestral environments and systems as distinctive peoples and communities.

A question of identity
• According to the UN the most fruitful approach is to identify, rather than define indigenous peoples. This is based on the fundamental criterion of self-identification as underlined in a number of human rights documents.
• The term “indigenous” has prevailed as a generic term for many years. In some countries, there may be preference for other terms including tribes, first peoples/nations, aboriginals, ethnic groups, adivasi, janajati. Occupational and geographical terms like hunter-gatherers, nomads, peasants, hill people, etc., also exist and for all practical purposes can be used interchangeably with “indigenous peoples”.
• In many cases, the notion of being termed “indigenous” has negative connotations and some people may choose not to reveal or define their origin. Others must respect such choices, while at the same time working against the discrimination of indigenous peoples.
Culture and Knowledge
Indigenous peoples are the holders of unique languages, knowledge systems and beliefs and possess invaluable knowledge of practices for the sustainable management of natural resources. They have a special relation to and use of their traditional land. Their ancestral land has a fundamental importance for their collective physical and cultural survival as peoples. Indigenous peoples hold their own diverse concepts of development, based on their traditional values, visions, needs and priorities.

Political participation
Indigenous peoples often have much in common with other neglected segments of societies, i.e. lack of political representation and participation, economic marginalization and poverty, lack of access to social services and discrimination. Despite their cultural differences, the diverse indigenous peoples share common problems also related to the protection of their rights. They strive for recognition of their identities, their ways of life and their right to traditional lands, territories and natural resources.
__http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/__
__http://www.un.org/en/events/indigenousday/resources.shtml__


UN ILO convention 169


http://www.ilo.org/indigenous/Conventions/no169/lang--en/index.htm
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indigenous_and_Tribal_Peoples_Convention,_1989

Convention No.169 is a legally binding international instrument open to ratification, which deals specifically with the rights of indigenous and tribal peoples. Today, it has been ratified by 20 countries.Once it ratifies the Convention, a country has one year to align legislation, policies and programmes to the Convention before it becomes legally binding. Countries that have ratified the Convention are subject to supervision with regards to its implementation. Click here for translations of Convention No. 169.

Definition as by International Labor Organization Convention 169
Elements of indigenous peoples include:
• Historical continuity, i.e. they are preconquest/colonization societies;
• Territorial connection (their ancestors inhabited the country or region);
• Distinct social, economic, cultural and political institutions (they retain some or all of their own institutions).


Indigenous Tourism

Done well indigenous tourism offer opportunities to culturalize commerce. Done poorly it risks commercializing and cheapening __culture__.
Indigenous tourism can mean many things:

  • Tourism specifically to interpret Indigenous cultures and stories
  • Indigenous people directly operating or investing in tourism operations
  • Business partnerships between Indigenous organisations and tourism operators
  • Indigenous people employed in tourism operations
  • Mainstream tourism incorporating Indigenous culture and stories to enhance their programs
  • Indigenous input into the way tourism is managed.

World Indigenous Tourism Forum (WINTA)

__winta__

Sustainable tourism presents an important opportunity to protect and conserve not only biodiversity, but also cultural diversity and traditional knowledge. In light of this, the Conference of the Parties of the CBD adopted the Guidelines on Biodiversity and Tourism Development and the Secretariat developed a User’s Manual based on these Guidelines. These Guidelines and User’s Manual are particularly useful to indigenous peoples as a blueprint and hands on guide to protect and conserve biological and cultural diversity and traditional knowledge.

Indigenous people and traditional communities around the world, particularly those managing areas with significant biodiversity for livelihood and cultural reasons, have long realized that tourists are interested in visiting their surrounding areas and experiencing their ways of life and cultural roots. This has led to the development of various tourism products (tours, accommodation services, transportation and interpretation offers) designed, managed and operated by indigenous communities and leaders.
@IISUNAM

Spotlight
devil's tower (mato tipila)