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GENEVA, Switzerland (UNNews) — With the Americas still the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic, the impact on the region's indigenous people is of deep concern, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday.More than 70,000 cases and over 2,000 deaths were reported...
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"It's not related. The water crisis is not a Covid-related event ....

Waikato iwi want to block Auckland Council's bid to more than double the city's daily water grab from the Waikato River.Auckland's mayor has asked the Environment Select Committee to add the consent to the list of 11 fast-tracked projects on the Covid-19 Recovery Bill.But th...
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The stubborn tendency of non-Indigenous Canadians to turn away from “Indigenous issues”

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians have shown their support for front-line workers. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other political leaders have told Canadians “we are all in this together” and “no expense will be spared” to ensure the health and safety of...
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“I think COVID is culling society,”

For some, the protests erupting in reaction to the deaths of George Floyd and Regis Korchinski-Paquet have been a distraction from the COVID-19 pandemic. But Black health leaders say these two crises are connected by the same deep-rooted ill: anti-Black racism...
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requires every Canadian to learn and act

On the land, in classrooms, in boardrooms – wherever we choose to be is where every Indigenous woman and girl should be. Instead, I’ve watched as many of my sisters have been found dead, abandoned in rural ditches and left at the bottom of city rivers. This reality conti...
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yet still they support those most vulnerable.

Indigenous territories impacted by oil palm, mining and criminalisation are disproportionately affected by Covid-19 - yet still they support those most vulnerable. Food sovereignty within the Indigenous communities of the Indonesian archipelago is under threat, not leas...
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The potential implications are wide-reaching.

Over the years, the mining industry has taken advantage of dictatorship, disasters, and a variety of distractions to expand operations in Latin America. In the time of Covid-19, with entire populations under lockdown and economies falling apart, mining companies have also ho...
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Tūhoe's response to Covid-19

Ngāi Tūhoe is coming through the Covid-19 crisis with a much stronger sense of mana motuhake, says Tāmati Kruger, chair of the iwi who are guardians of the Te Urewera mountains and land to the north in the eastern Bay of Plenty.“It is the capacity to be self-reliant, to...
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COVID-19 is serious for Aotearoa. It has the potential to have a serious impact on Māori across the country.

"We are still operating under the fallacy that one size fits all. A national programme, while necessary, will exacerbate health inequities. While things are being done for the general population, they don't have an equity lens, which is essential from the beginning." -&...
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Ryerson professors, researchers outline unique vulnerabilities facing First Nations in Canada

Even before COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, people were receiving the directive to repeatedly and thoroughly wash their hands. As the days go on, the need for self-isolation, whether you’re showing symptoms or not, is increasing in an attempt to flatten the curve.  ...
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