International Recognition

Second Symposium of the First Indigenous Delegates at the UN

Statement by the first delegates of 1977-1981 and the younger generation
We are Still Here!

Geneva, 19 June 2015 Read more about Second Symposium of the First Indigenous Delegates at the UN

'Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples' needs serious revision says Anderson on return from Geneva

Ghillar Michael Anderson returned from Geneva after attending an organisational meeting to bring together the first delegates to the UN of the world's Indigenous Peoples in 2015.
"It was from the first delegates' conference in July 1981 that the United Nations established the Working Group on Indigenous Peoples and it was from this body, over many years, that the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) was formed. Read more about 'Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples' needs serious revision says Anderson on return from Geneva

The First Race: Out-of-*Australia, Not Africa!

Mungo Man - The history of mankind

The First Nations peoples of the continent now called Australia were not ignorant savages stagnating in their primitive inadequacies and laziness, as the British invaders have been maintaining and indeed teaching for the past 230 years.

Archaeologist's findings together with scientific analogy is now pointing towards the history of these people as the beginning of what is known as 'modern man' in this region, at least. Read more about The First Race: Out-of-*Australia, Not Africa!

Arizona tribe set to prosecute first non-Indian under a new law

As our strong belief in self determination through the Sovereignty movement moves forward, we must start thinking about the possibilities that are before us ...
   
- Michael Anderson

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