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In this issue, you will find inspiring stories of indigenous women who are making a difference not only for themselves but also for their communities. Updates on the developments at the UN with relevance to indigenous peoples including the processes leading to the WCIP and on the recent UN CSW 58th session are also provided. The appointment of the AIWN Convenor, Ms Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, as the new Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples is highlighted.


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AIWN 2015An inspiring story of an indigenous woman whose determination to change the course of her life and that of her indigenous community is featured in this issue. How indigenous women are impacted by the recent earthquakes in Nepal is also presented. Results of the UNFGE project implemented since 2013 to June 2015 is highlighted. The conclusions and recommendations from the thematic report on the situation of indigenous women and girls by the UNSRRIP Victoria Tauli-Corpuz is also included.



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Empowerment, disability, education, community-based monitoring and information systems (CBMIS), climate finance, livelihoods and traditional occupation, and peacekeeping are tackled in this edition. Inspiring stories of indigenous women, discussions and analysis provide a broader picture into these particular areas that concern indigenous women.


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AIWN Magazine 1st Issue 2008

Highlighted in this issue include climate change and the indigenous peoples and indigenous women in Asia, food security, the Nibutani Declaration, the consequences of climate change to the indigenous peoples in Nicaragua, the negotiations on traditional knowledge and access and benefit sharing during the CBD COP 9, IWBN statement in the CBD COP 9, AIWN, APIYN and the Asian Caucus statement during the Seventh Session of the UNPFII and the report of the AIWN Secretariat.

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AIWN Magazine 1st-2nd Issues 2007

This issue features the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, indigenous women and mining, a Badhi woman, the National Network of Indigenous Women in Nepal, the Sixth session of the UNPFII, the Naga women in decision making, the impacts of conflict on indigenous women and girls in Manipur and the Secretariat's report.

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Stories of indigenous women in India and in Mollo, Nusa Tenggara Timor, Indonesia and some marriage practices in Asia are given attention in this issue. Given lengthy discourse is the neoliberal economic and development aggression against indigenous women. Statement of the rural and indigenous women on climate change, the calls of indigenous peoples during the UNFCCC COP 15 and an indigenous woman's experiences from the Eights Session of the UNPFII are likewise higlighted.

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Impunity of violence against indigenous women with a story of violence against indigenous women in Conner, Apayao in the Cordillera region in the Philippines and what indigenous women say against violence as well as a narrative about Mama Aleta Baun and a poem dedicated to the indigenous peoples of Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh are featured in this issue.