Canadian prime minister’s visit comes after he ignored previous invitation on Truth and Reconciliation Day.
The Guatemalan palm oil industry, world’s six largest, faces resistance from Indigenous people demanding land rights.
New Zealand should not abandon its COVID elimination strategy while Maori vaccination rates remain low.
President Sebastian Pinera says troops are being sent to two southern regions hit by recent acts of violence.
Embera Indigenous rappers hope music will raise awareness of mass displacement, poor living conditions in the country.
In Indigenous Peoples’ Day proclamation, Biden says he recommits to respecting Indigenous sovereignty and human rights.
No longer forced to assimilate, Taiwan’s Indigenous people are reconnecting with their culture.
Joyce Echaquan’s death in Quebec hospital last year after staff hurled racist insults at her sparked nationwide outcry.
Court upholds decision ordering Canada to compensate Indigenous children discriminated against in provision of services.
Decision falls short of the recommendation from Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission for the Pope to apologise.
Indigenous groups say Brazilian Supreme Court decision will be critical as they seek to defend ancestral land rights.
Rights and priorities of First Nations, Inuit and Metis people have mostly taken a backseat during election campaign.
More than 4,000 players pursue sport in Chirang district, which has a long history of armed rebellion and instability.
Nearly a fifth of Canadians say climate change is top election issue. Are political parties taking it seriously enough?