9th August 2022

International Day of The World’s Indigenous Peoples 2022


IPACC wishes the Indigenous Peoples of the world a wonderful and blessed Indigenous People’s Day! 

We invite you to celebrate this year’s theme with us: “The Role of Indigenous Women in the Preservation and Transmission of Traditional Knowledge” and the achievements, contributions and resilience of Indigenous Peoples globally.

International Day of the World’s Indigenous People is observed each year on August 9 to promote, protect and advocate for the rights of the world’s Indigenous population.

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Indigenous Environment Defenders.

Africa’s hunter-gatherer and nomadic pastoralist peoples have lived symbiotically and sustainably within Africa’s ecosystems for millenia. Their Traditional Knowledge Systems are treasure houses of indigenous knowledge.

Under colonialism, African hunters and nomads suffered land dispossession and cultural oppression. In the post-colonial era, they’ve advocated for their land, cultural and human rights.

Now, in this Age of Climate Change, Africa’s hunter-gatherer and nomadic pastoralist peoples are recognised as frontline guardians and managers of African biodiversity, and provide early warning for climate change trends.

We appeal to African governments to formally recognise the Traditional Knowledge Systems and practices of hunters and nomads.


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