The Center for Law, Justice, and Society (Dejusticia) invite indigenous leaders from around American, Asia, and Africa. Further, to participate in the Third Global Indigenous Workshop, which will take place in December 2019 in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Moreover, A group of 15 indigenous leaders is to travel to the territory of the Sarayaku, a community in the south-central region of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Further, The categories of the Sarayaku are by their struggle against industries that, without prior consultation, attempt to explore and exploit petroleum in their jungle.
The workshop, which will last one week, seeks to build networks between indigenous communities. As well as provide an environment in which members of distinct communities can share strategies for responding to common challenges.
In Addition, This year, participants will discuss a topic of universal concern: the fight against climate change and extractive industries to protect forests and jungles. This theme was inspired by the concept of the “living jungle” or Kawsak Sacha, developed by the Sarayaku community.
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|Type of Opportunity||Miscellaneous|
|Open to||All Nationalities|
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