Throughout the world, the indigenous women are among the most marginalized.

Discrimination, inequality, poverty, abuse, and violence are some of the issues that indigenous women confront everyday.

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The Lilak Collective

Autonomy: The Precious Resource for Filipino Women

Autonomy: The.

Autonomy: The Precious Resource for Filipino Women

Autonomy: The...

Autonomy: The Precious Resource for Filipino Women

The mining industry is having dire consequences for women in the Philippines,...

Proud to be Indigenous
Proud to be Indigenous
National Indigenous Women’s Gathering 2012

National Indigenous.

National Indigenous Women’s Gathering 2012

National...

National Indigenous Women's Gathering 2012

held in Quezon City, 16 to 19 October 2012

Read about it here: NIWG 2012 Executive...

In the News

Envi group prepare actions against re-opening of mines

As the Mining Industry Coordinating Council (MICC) threatens to reverse the closure orders of...

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WMW – Pilipinas Amplifies #BabaeAko’s Protest of Duterte’s Patriarchal Rule

Leaders of World March of Women – Pilipinas added warm bodies to...

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BBL IN SENATE, AMENDED TO INCLUDE IP RIGHTS!

May 31, 2018 – “The Senators have given us hope, that our rights as non-Moro Indigenous...

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