Media

By: Sara Kapkin Sierra
Publication: VICE Colombia (April 2016)

El Amazonas del que conoció durante un recorrido mítico Richard Evans Schultes está a un click de distancia: uno podrá internarse en la selva, conocer tribus indígenas, sus conocimientos, aventuras a lo largo del río y la selva. Plantas alucinógenas y medicinales.

By: Liz Cole and Jessica Webb
Publication: Global Forest Watch (April 2016)

Global Forest Watch is proud to introduce this year’s 11 Small Grants Fund recipients. These organizations will join the distinguished cadre of 25 past grantees in using Global Forest Watch tools, data and knowledge to improve forest management, transparency and accountability around the world.

By: Nathan Hahn
Publication: Mongabay (April 2016)

Open Data Kit helps the indigenous Kogi people map their land to empower stewardship of ancestral and ecologically important spaces in Colombia

By: Semana
Publication: Semana (December 2015)
On November 12, 2015, the 10,181 indigenous inhabitants of the Colombian department (state) of Caquetá compiled all of their needs and their historically violated rights in a single document. After three years of work in this region, a first comprehensive indigenous public policy was approved.
By: Mark J. Plotkin, Ph.D.
Publication: Huffington Post (December 2015)
"During a recent visit to rainforests of Suriname, I noticed that a particular problem is increasingly weighing on the minds of the Trio Indians of Kwamalasamutu village: some men are being seduced by the opportunity for pay in distant gold mining ventures, leaving the village for long periods of time and occasionally not returning at all."
By: Camila Tovar
Publication: ¡Pacifista! (December 2015)
Recently, a comprehensive indigenous public policy was officially signed by the government of Colombia’s Caquetá region. The policy—drafted by seven indigenous groups with technical assistance from ACT—will, for the first time, provide a platform for the indigenous communities to have a say in Caquetá’s future.
By: Camila Tovar
Publication: ¡Pacifista! (December 2015)
In the past several years, the indigenous peoples of the Colombian department of Caquetá have taken enormous steps forward in asserting their rights, creating a representative body and crafting a recently ratified indigenous public policy for the region. ACT guided and assisted the communities through these processes.

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