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Indigenous Environmental Network
Formed by grassroots Indigenous Peoples and individuals to address environmental and economic justice issues (EJ).

Native Web
Native news from around the world

Intercontinental Cry
Founded in the summer of 2004, the Intercontinental Cry is a volunteer-run and reader-funded journal dedicated to the world’s Indigenous population.

Indian Country Today Media Network
Indian Country Today is a weekly published magazine on news and issues in the Native American community, with extensive resources online.

Cultural Survival
For nearly 40 years Cultural Survival has partnered with Indigenous communities around the world to defend their lands, languages, and cultures. Cultural Survival produces a blog and a journal, the Cultural Survival Quarterly.

Survival International
Survival helps tribal peoples defend their lives, protect their lands and determine their own futures. You can find their latest news here.

Forest Peoples Programme
An international NGO founded in 1990 to promote forest peoples' rights. You can view their latest news here. You can view their publications here.

North American Indigenous Peoples Caucus (NAIPC)-list
The purpose of this list to facilitate on-going communication and information sharing among the participants of the North American Regional Indigenous Peoples' Caucus in preparation for the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, and other pertinent fora and events. Click here to subscribe.

NewsWatch on "Latin" America and the Caribbean
This is an email update on Indigenous and minority news. To join the list, send an email to Martin Edwin Andersen at ethicssiempre@gmail.com.

First Peoples Human Rights Coalition
FPHRC supports and promotes the inherent and inalienable human rights of Indigenous Peoples including American Indian peoples. To join their listserv, send an email to info@firstpeoplesrights.org.



“Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Change”, a YouTrust.org package by Laurie Goering, 2011.

The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Produced by the United Nations, March 2008

International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention 169 - Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989
Produced by the International Labour Organization, September 5 1991

First People Worldwide’s “Indigenous Peoples Guidebook: Corporate Standards and FPIC” [PDF]
Produced by First Peoples Worldwide, May 2012

A Call to Action: Improving Indigenous Peoples Access to Conservation Funding [PDF]
Produced by First Peoples Worlwide and the World Bank, May 2011

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