IWGIA is looking for a Donor Relations Manager and Fundraiser with great drive and commitment

Do you have solid experience with obtaining and managing funding from private foundations and institutional donors? Do you have strong networks and are you able to spot opportunities and new markets for fundraising? And are you eager to support the rights of some of the most marginalised peoples in the world?  

If yes, perhaps you are our new Donor Relations Manager and Fundraiser.  

IWGIA has ambitious goals to increase our support to Indigenous Peoples’ rights. As part of this we must diversify and increase our funding. As Donor Relations Manager and Fundraiser, you are key to making this happen by taking the lead on relationship building, donor reporting and compliance and fundraising.

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Community protection mechanisms for women’s rights in Ecuador

BY MARIANA YUMBAY YALLICO FOR DEBATES INDÍGENAS

67.8% of Indigenous women in Ecuador have suffered some form of violence: physical, psychological, sexual, in failures to pay alimony, inheritance conflicts, and denial of land access. In these cases, the new plurinational and intercultural State recognizes ancestral justice as a conflict resolution option coming out of the 2008 Constitution. Indigenous women demand that the State generate policies to prevent and punish all forms of violence, while also questioning the patriarchal mentality of their authorities.

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Peoples' Cordillera Day 2024: Solidarity Message from IWGIA

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

The International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) extends our warmest greetings of solidarity to all the participants of the 40th Peoples' Cordillera Day celebrations. Peoples' Cordillera Day is truly a remarkable event. It is a strong manifestation of the unity of Indigenous Peoples in the Cordillera region and of your determination to continue the struggle for genuine self-determination manifested in the theme of the event for 2024: “Courageously Advance in the struggle for land, life and honor!”. We are happy to be able to celebrate this important event with you on this remarkable occasion marking the 40-year anniversary of Peoples' Cordillera Day.

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CHT Commission expresses profound shock over the court's acceptance of the investigation report clearing accused perpetrators in Kalpana Chakma's disappearance case

The CHT Commission is deeply saddened and dismayed by the recent ruling issued by the Chief Judicial Magistrate Court, Rangamati on Tuesday, April 23, 2024, regarding the disappearance of indigenous rights activist Kalpana Chakma. Under the supervision of Rangamati Senior Judicial Magistrate Fatema Begum Mukta, the court's decision to accept the police's final report, thereby absolving all suspects1, has left us profoundly shocked and disappointed.

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CHTC urges urgent action to address escalating tensions in Bandarban, emphasizes the need for a peaceful resolution, protection of civilians, and calls for action against alleged sponsored proxy conflicts

The International Chittagong Hill Tracts Commission (CHTC) is deeply concerned about the escalating tensions in Bandarban and their potential impact on regional peace in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT). The Commission emphatically calls for the protection of civilians and urges immediate action to tackle the challenges posed by alleged sponsored proxy conflicts. The Commission also calls for concerted efforts to uphold the CHT Accord and facilitate constructive dialogue for sustainable peace.

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