During this online panel, the GHRD will discuss the right to self-determination. The panel provides a forum for diverse panellists from all over the globe, who will address questions such as: What does the right to self-determination entail? What kind of impact does the right of self-determination have on indigenous communities? What steps should be taken by internal and external factors to strengthen this right? While the main focus lies on the indigenous communities of the Amazon, the panel will also touch upon indigenous communities in other geographical areas and their right to self-determination.
On the 25th of September 2021, Aralez will host an indigenous fall ceremony.
Aralez is a pan-decolonial network, founded in Amsterdam. Their message is that decolonization is a global process, which requires solidarity between people from different cultural and historical backgrounds. Collaboration is therefore central to everything they organise. Through various interventions and ceremonies, Aralez wants to contribute to a world where a diversity of systems, beings and cultures can live and flourish in harmony.
The Mapu ceremony, which will take place on the 25th of September, contribute to harmony within our relationships and communities and inspire the joint struggle around decolonization, healing, regeneration of nature and relationship restoration with Mother Earth. The Kultrun, a cultural element from the Mapuche culture, is used during the ceremony.
The event will start at 13.30 CEST till 17.00 CEST and it is located at Villa Buitenlust ( Spaarndammerdijk 319 A, 1014 AA Amsterdam)
Get to know more about the indigenous culture and the importance of its preservation worldwide and register at: https://bit.ly/3tSZXK1