MANILA, 8 MARCH 2021– The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) will launch three coffee table books under Project “Epanaw” or “Journey” on March 14, 2021 showcasing the indigenous cultural communities/indigenous peoples (ICCs/IPs), their pristine and relevant indigenous knowledge systems and practices, and their existing and potential contributions to sustainable development. “Project Epanaw is the continue reading : NCIP Launching Indigenous Peoples Pagkilala (Recognize), Paggalang (Respect) and Pagtaguyod (Promote) Coffee Table Books
WE CONDEMN THE BRUTAL KILLING OF HAWUDON JUMAR BUCALES, THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES MANDATORY REPRESENTATIVE OF LIANGA, SURIGAO DEL SUR ON 04 OCTOBER 2020, THE LATEST IN THE SERIES OF IP KILLINGS BY THE CPP/NPA/NDF.WE ARE DEEPLY SADDENED AT THE SENSELESS KILLING, ONCE AGAIN, OF A BROTHER. IN HIS LAST FEW DAYS, DATU JUMAR HAS DECLARED continue reading : STATEMENT OF THE NCIP COMMISSIONERS ON THE KILLING OF HAWUDON JOMAR BUCALES
The enactment of the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA), a landmark legislation to correct historical injustice, enforce constitutional mandate and observe international norms, recognized these IKSPs under the right to Cultural Integrity. The National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP), the primary agency responsible for the formulation and implementation of policies, plans and programs to promote continue reading : “Katutubong Kaalaman, Sistema at Pamamaraan sa Bagong Karaniwan”
Screen photos taken during Web Forum on “Mga Tingong sa Yutang Kabilin” (Voices from the Ancestral Domains) – The Indigenous Peoples of the Philippines: Fulfilling Rights, Addressing Challenges With Mr. Francisco Cali Tzay, UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as keynote Speaker. NCIP Chairperson Allen A. Capuyan presenting the IPRA and NCIP continue reading : NCIP in Action!
Reflections on the Celebration of the International Day of Indigenous Peoples05 August 2020 (Wednesday)8.30 am to 10.45 am (Manila time) Background At the onset of the 20th century, members of the indigenous groups of the Philippines were brought by foreign invaders all across the New America and Old Europe as display items. They were made continue reading : WEB FORUM ON “MGA TINGOG SA YUTANG KABILIN” (VOICES FROM THE ANCESTRAL DOMAINS)” THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF THE PHILIPPINES: FULFILLING RIGHTS, ADDRESSING CHALLENGES