New Sustainable Development Listserve created...

The International Indian Treaty Council, Tebtebba Foundation, and the Indigenous Information Network invite you to join the a new listserve group focusing on Indigenous Peoples and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals//post-2015 Development Agenda. Please join the list to receive relevant information on this topic. 

One of the main outcomes of the United Nations (UN) Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in June 2012, was the agreement by UN Member States to launch a process to develop Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  The SDGs are the basis for the UN’s development agenda post-2015.  Indigenous Peoples are actively involved in this process seeking to ensure that their concerns are reflected and their rights are protected. The International Indian Treaty Council based in the U.S, Tebtebba Foundation based in the Philippines, and the Indigenous Information Network (IIN) based in Kenya are the three Organizing Partners for the Indigenous Peoples Major Group on the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the post-2015 Development Agenda. 


Taino Facts Online...

The United Confederation of Taino People's new service "UCTP Taino News" presents a monthly, syndicated educational blog entitled "UCTP Did You Know Files" located at: 


Now in its 8th year of publication, the UCTP Taino Did You Know Files represent an authoritative source of information on Taino related-subjects written by and for Taino and other Caribbean Indigenous Peoples.