Join us March 22: Climate Change and Indigenous Women’s Rights: Brazil, Guatemala, and the U.S.

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Indigenous women will discuss how climate change may increase and fuel violence against them, and the strategies they are pursuing to restore safety in their communities. When unsustainable development takes and damages indigenous land and resources, whether through extraction, deforestation, environmental degradation, tourism, or otherwise, it not only contributes to global climate instability but also can adversely impact Indigenous women and their communities by, for example, forcing their relocation; impairing their subsistence hunting, fishing, and gathering; and increasing their vulnerability to violence. Climate policies must address Indigenous women’s needs and the enjoyment of their human rights.

Join Us! This free event will take place online during the NGO-CSW66 Forum.  Register for the event at A video recording of the panel will also be available through after the event. To watch other free NGO-CSW66 Forum programs , follow the links at and click on Register to Access the Forum to create your free account.  





Alaska Native Women's Resource Center Newsletter 

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center, Restoration Magazine 

IPV in Hawaii: 

North shore house falls into the ocean:,the%20time%20of%20the%20collapse .

Red Hill Water Contamination:

Housing crisis; housing shortages due to loss of land:

High cost of living making Hawaiians move away from their land:

Beaches disappearing due to climate change:

Death by gun violence in Hawaii

Drunk Driving deaths in hawaii- increase of substance use:

Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center (AKNWRC)
Coordination of the Indigenous Organizations of the Brazilian Amazon (COIAB)
Indian Law Resource Center (ILRC)
International Mayan League (IML)
National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC)
Native Women’s Society of the Great Plains, Reclaiming Our Sacredness (NWSGP)
Pouhana ‘O Nā Wahine (PONW)