Category Archives: Tribal culture worldwide

Institutions and organisations devoted to the cultural heritage of indigenous peoples

International Mother Language Day 2018 – Unesco

On International Mother Language Day 2018, celebrated every year on 21 February, UNESCO reiterates its commitment to linguistic diversity and invites its Member States to celebrate the day in as many languages as possible as a reminder that linguistic diversity … Continue reading

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The world’s 370 million Indigenous peoples: Shared experiences in 70 different countries – United Nations

Global Actions Indigenous Foundations (First Nations Studies Program, University of British Columbia, Canada) | Learn more >> There are an estimated 370 million Indigenous peoples worldwide, living in 70 different countries, according to the United Nations (U.N.) Permanent Forum on Indigenous … Continue reading

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Audio | The power of Indigenous storytelling: Witi Ihimaera (New Zealand) and Ali Cobby Eckermann (Australia)

Listen to an interview with two internationally acclaimed indigenous writers: one being a first hand account of forced adoption and an education that promotes alienation from a child’s cultural roots; and both on the struggles and joys of reconnecting with … Continue reading

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Slideshow | International Museum Day 2017: “Santal Culture and Tradition in the Modern World” – West Bengal

Since its inception in 2007, the ‘Museum of Santal Culture’ mainly served as a community centre. With assistance of the Tribal Cultural Heritage in India Foundation (Amsterdam) it was able to organize workshops for flute making, drum playing, photography from … Continue reading

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Lessons for others: What dependence on nature could teach people in industrialized societies – Brazil

Read the full blog and related ones by Bangalore-based Prof. V. Santhakumar >> […]  The people in Amazonia continue to have a higher level of direct dependence on nature for their sustenance. Even when they cultivate, it is with minimal … Continue reading

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