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L’ingéniosité des Peuples Autochtones de l’Amérique du Nord est partout autour de nous. À l’aide d’une quête interactive, voyez à quel point la science des Premiers Peuples est toujours présente: http://bit.ly/2t4goqu The ingenuity of First Peoples from North America is all around us. Through an interactive quest, discover how indigenous science is timeless. http://bit.ly/2hGVXer
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Amazing indigenous people wedding party (ethnic minority) -Ratanakiri Province - Yeak Loam World World Tour Amazing indigenous people celebrating the traditional wedding party at Stung Treng, Rata You can go: my you tube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Vanthoeun2010 my facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100015274336255 My twitter: https://twitter.com/vanthoeun2015 my Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vanthoeun-chheng-406b9176/ Ratanakiri in Brief: Ratanakiri is located in northeastern part of Cambodia ( Phnom Penh Capital) and about (636 km)from Phnom Penh - to across Kampong Cham - Kracheh, continue to Rattanakkiri by car. From Phnom Penh to Steung Treng by boat in raining season, continue to Ratanakiri by plane or car. The popular kinds of transportation i...
Denis Walker, member of the Noonucal people of Indigenous Australia, speaking at the Parliament of World Religions, (December 2009, Melbourne) on the issues of treaty, sovereignty, the banking system, law, environment, government apologies, Northern Territory Intervention and more (4 videos in total) Dennis Walker, also known as Bejam Kunmunara Jarlow Nunukel Kabool, (born December 1946) was a major figure in the civil rights and land rights movements of the 1970s. The son of poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal (Kath Walker) from Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island, Southern Queensland) and Bruce Walker, Dennis co-founded, with Sam Watson, the Brisbane chapter of the Australian Black Panther Party on 1972-01-08. At the time, Walker declared the BPP to be "the vanguard for all depressed people, and i...
Indigenous and campesino organizations met in Chimaltenango, Guatemala, where they declared their desire to create their own political party. This party would strive to advance the rights and long-neglected agenda of indigenous people, and allow them to participate in the country's 2015 general elections. The Maya-Quiche leadership states that the party's goal is to "move towards a plurinational state of free determination." teleSUR. http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/guatemala-indigenas-crean-partido-propio-para-elecciones-2015-en/
1. Close-up of ballot papers being counted 2. Mid shot of UN Fijian Electoral observer mission Monitors watching counting in room 3. Ballot papers being sorted 4. Various ballot bags being sealed with wax 5. Wide shot empty ballot boxes 6. Various of election officials relaxing after having finished their work 7. Close-up of sign reading, 'UN observer mission' - pulls out to wide of building 8. Close-up of window, with Mahendra Chaudhry just visible inside 9. Various of Mahendra Chaudhry (left) leaving building with UN workers 10. Chaudry walking past cameras, getting into car 11. Mid shot Chaudhry leaving meeting with Commonwealth observers, walking towards camera 12. Set-up of Chaudhry talking to media 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Mahendra Chaudhry, leader of Labour party ...
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Back to the climate leadership initiative or the climate leadership program as a whole: do you have any sense of how many indigenous households now have access to reliable electricity or heating as a result of the programs?
This is the cultural event of Cambodia Tompoun indigenous minority (Khmerluer) living in Ratanakiri province. Everyone across the community comes together to scarify to spirit that protect them and their farm. And of course having a party to celebrate a good year in harvest.
The All Native Basketball Tournament has been held annually in Prince Rupert, British Columbia for 56 years and attracts up to 1,400 people per game in a community civic centre. The whole week has turned into a celebration of Indigenous sport and culture with a big party element that some people call Second Christmas. But with liquified natural gas companies now sponsoring the tournament some First Nations, led by reigning champions the Skidegate Saints, are bringing active protest to the week’s contest. VICE Sports discovers why this event is so important to the communities, what makes their style of basketball unique and how politics has started to work its way into the games. WATCH NEXT: Exploring Cuba's Skate Culture with Ishod Wair, Andrew Reynolds and Lucien Clarke (Part 1): http:...
1. Exteriors of parliament building 2. Police security at counting centre 3. Various of ballot counting 4. Election 2001 sign 5. Various of Laisenia Qarase, Leader of the SDL (Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua) Party and interim Prime Minister, being interviewed live on Fiji TV 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Laisenia Qarase, Leader of the SDL (Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua) Party and interim Prime Minister "I am confident that we will win sufficient seats to be able to form the government." 7. Qarase talking to reporters 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Laisenia Qarase, Leader of the SDL (Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua) Party and interim Prime Minister "Yes, we are already talking about a possible coalition of Fijian political parties. (Q Which parties?) All the Fijian parties." 9. Suva street sc...
A new political party which is opposed to multi-culturalism - wants the Indigenous vote. The Sri Lankan migrant launching the 'Rise Up Australia Party' says there's hope for Indigenous Australians with his party. But it's not the only reason Indigenous people are on the agenda in Canberra.
Thank you, Minister and to the staff from the ministry. I really appreciate you all being here. I just wanted to really acknowledge you for what you were saying earlier about focusing on relationships. I think that that is probably the biggest priority in this particular ministry, and I do want to commend you. I think that you’ve done a good job of that. I think there’s still lots to do, but I certainly appreciate your efforts.
As Kylie Minogue, Leonardo DiCaprio and other celebrities gather around Sydney harbour for New Year's Eve celebrations, five young Indigenous girls will be having the time of their lives. They've been invited to the Lord Mayor's party, after all their hard work at school. Watch World News Australia 6.30pm nightly and 10.30pm Mon-Fri on SBS ONE.
Labor Party members cringe at indigenous Australians in advert demanded more non Whites should dominate the imagery. Clearly there is an Asian women and possibly a southern European man. There are 7 women and 5 men. Seven + Nine News. Labor Party Cringes At White Australians.