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Rio+20: Indigenous Peoples - Acampamento Terra Livre - Cúpula dos Povos- ENGLISH subtitles

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Published on Jul 5, 2012

Relatório Áudio Visual (Accesso Video aqui: http://youtu.be/c4sTminBWFY) : Acampamento Terra Livre ( Espaço destinado para os Povos Indígenas Brasileiros) dentro da Cúpula dos Povos no período da Conferencia de Desenvolvimento Sustentável da ONU -- Rio+20.
Marcha de Protesto e ocupação da Sede do BNDES contra a construção da Hidroeléctrica Belo Monte...
Marcha de Protesto em frente ao RioCentro (Local da Conferencia da ONU na RIO+20 ) para entrega da Declaração Indígena elaborada pelo Acampamento Terra Livre.
O vídeo monstra a luta dos Povos Indígenas Brasileiros para que a ONU e o Governo Brasileiro escutassem as suas reivindicações e demandas, já que estavam quase em sua maioria excluídos da discussão oficial da Conferencia. Vários representantes tradicionais dos povos indígenas não tinham nem sequer credenciais para entrar e participar das discussões no evento da ONU.

As Lideranças tradicionais também ficaram desapontadas com o descaso do Alto Comissariado de Direitos Humanos da ONU, que nem sequer respondeu a solicitação de um encontro durante a Conferencia.

ACESSE O LINK PARA LER A DECLARACAO: http://earthpeoples.org/blog/?p=1964
ACESSE O VIDEO AQUI: http://youtu.be/c4sTminBWFY

VIDEO: Rio+20 - Indigenous Peoples Free Land Camp - June 2012
July 5th, 2012 by EARTH PEOPLES
This Audio-Visual Report was filmed by Rebecca Sommer in June 2012, at the Free Land Camp (Alternative space for Indigenous Peoples of Brazil) in the Peoples' Summit during the UN Conference on Sustainable Development - Rio +20.

- Protest march and occupation of the headquarters of BNDES against the construction of Belo Monte Hydroelectric dam.
- Protest march in front of the Rio Centro (Place of the UN Conference in Rio +20) with the goal to deliver their Indigenous Free Land Camp Declaration.
- the struggle of the Brazilian Indigenous Peoples for the UN and the Brazilian Government to hear their grievances and demands, since most of them were almost excluded from the official discussion of the Rio+20 UN Conference. Several traditional leaders had no credentials to enter and participate in discussions in the UN event.

The traditional leaders were also disappointed by the indifference of the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights that had not responded to their request for a meeting with her during the Conference.

CLICK HERE to read the FREE LAND CAMP DECLARATION (in English): http://earthpeoples.org/blog/?p=1992

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