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Interview with Debra Harry and the Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonialism

Debra Harry and the Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonialism.…

  • Thu Dec 1 06:59:00 2005
  • Rank: 100

Interview with Debra Harry and the Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonialism

Debra Harry and the Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonialism.…

  • Tue Sep 6 08:10:11 2016
  • Rank: 99

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  • Fri Jul 5 08:01:01 1996
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  • Fri Jul 5 08:01:01 1996
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  • Fri Jul 5 08:01:01 1996
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Chris Richards

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  • Fri Sep 30 15:58:33 2016
  • Rank: 68

Radio New Internationalist - Unnatural resources

Campaigners from Nigeria, Nevada, Darfur and England take a seat attodays table to discuss human rights abuses by oil companies, acts ofgenocide by governments, and how the worlds indigenous peoples arebeing robbed of their DNA…

  • Fri Feb 16 07:36:52 2007
  • Rank: 66

Tribal revival

Guess which country the Radio New Internationalist team is talking about today? Its indigenous people - still struggling for rights to their land and resources - often live in shanty communities overrepresented by the unemployed, drug addicted, and alcoholic…

  • Wed Oct 17 14:21:47 2007
  • Rank: 66

Radio New Internationalist - Unnatural resources

Campaigners from Nigeria, Nevada, Darfur and England take a seat attodays table to discuss human rights abuses by oil companies, acts ofgenocide by governments, and how the worlds indigenous peoples arebeing robbed of their DNA. Co-host Nnimmo Basseyfrom the NGO Environmental Rights Action in Nigeria shines a spotlighton a range of African issues as he exchanges ideas with todays guest. Becky Tinsley,Director of Waging Peace, talks about how the Chinese, UK and USGovernments have fuelled the…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
  • Rank: 66

Tribal revival

Guess which country the Radio New Internationalist team is talking about today? Its indigenous people - still struggling for rights to their land and resources - often live in shanty communities overrepresented by the unemployed, drug addicted, and alcoholic. Fringe-dwellers, they die much earlier than non-indigenous people, and suffer a range of chronic health problems. Many non-indigenous people say that these folk need to be integrated into mainstream society, but the standard of education…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
  • Rank: 66

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