Indigenous peoples were the first to resist the upheavals of a modern world that would like to exclude them from coveted spaces. Today, they are threatened by global warming, the destruction of the places where they live and the actions of governments that favour economic development at their expense. From the equator to the poles, they are championing their rights, their territories and their way of life. What lessons does their resistance teach us for the construction of a lasting peace?
Indigenous rights: stories of people’s resistance
Start of the session
29 September 2023 10h30
End of the session
29 September 2023 12h00