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22 septembre 2015 2 22 /09 /septembre /2015 10:52

September 22-23, 2015
UBC | Unceded Coast Salish Territory

Watergovernance Short URL:
http://iturl.nl/snK256Q

People of the Land: Dialogue series with the Mapuche Territorial
Alliance will bring together two Indigenous leaders from the Mapuche
Nation –Alberto Curamil and Miguel Melin– with Indigenous activists and
scholars from North America to exchange ideas and share experiences
about land recuperation, opposition to extractive industries on their
traditional territories, customary law, and Indigenous childhood,
language, and education.

The Mapuche Territorial Alliance (ATM) is one of the grassroots
organizations based on the ancestral territory of the Mapuche Nation in
the South of Chile – the Gulu Mapu, or west side of the Andes. The ATM’s
core mission is the full defense of Mapuche inherent rights, especially
with regard to the protection of the territory and the natural environment.

Everyone is welcome, but RSVP is required for the lunch on September 23rd.

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22

2-4pm Panel on land recuperation: Yes, the discussion has always been
about land

With Kanahus Manuel (Secwepemc Nation) and Chief Ian Campbell (Squamish
Nation)

Liu Institute for Global Issues – Multipurpose Room

6476 North West Marine Drive

5-7pm Planting Poverty: Film screening and discussion about the impacts
of the forestry industry on Indigenous lands

With Andrea Lyall (Kwakwa̱ka̱ʼwakw Nation, UBC)

Simon K. Y. Lee Global Lounge – Media Centre

Building 1 2205 Lower Mall

Light refreshments provided

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23*

10am-12pm Panel on Indigenous customary law: Strengthening Indigenous
legal orders from within

With Sheryl Lightfoot (Anishinaabe Nation, UBC) and Angeline Nyce
(Nisg̱a’a nation)

1-3pm Panel on Indigenous childhood: Language and cultural
revitalization through Indigenous knowledge

With Jo-ann Archibald (Sto:lo and St’at’imc Nations, UBC)

* Venue for both panels: First Nations Longhouse – Sty-wet-tan Hall,
1985 West Mall

Lunch provided 12-1pm. RSVP to: mugarte@interchange.ubc.ca

Alberto Curamil is the spokesperson for the ATM. Community leader and
traditional authority of the Curacautin area, Mapuche territory, he
currently leads the opposition to the installation of hydroelectric
power stations on several rivers across his traditional territory.

Miguel Melin is a Mapuche intercultural bilingual educator, activist,
and former spokesperson for the ATM. He has extensive experience as a
Mapuchezungun-Spanish teacher and has led several participatory projects
with youth to revitalize the Mapuche language.

Presented with support from the Liu Institute for Global Issues, the
Faculty of Forestry, the First Nations House of Learning, the Global
Lounge, the Walter H. Gage Memorial Fund, the Faculty of Education, the
Interdisciplinary Graduate Students Network, the Faculty of Land and
Food Systems, and the School of Community and Regional Planning.
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