1. 夫婦の別れ、親子の別れ

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    「特報首都圏」『夫婦の別れ、親子の別れ』 2010年 25分 ゲスト:棚瀬一代/解説者:村石多佳子/キャスター:中野純一 離婚後の親が子どもに会うという“面会交流”をめぐって、夫婦が争う調停がこの10年で3倍に急増している。3組に1組が離婚する計算になる実態に加え、子育てにかかわる男性が増えたことも背景にあるといわれている。一方、親が離婚した子どもたちは「確執より、子どもに目を向けてほしい」と訴え始めている。離婚後の親子関係をサポートする体制などがほとんど無い現在、親子の絆(きずな)をどう保っていくのか考える。

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    • Damned the Dam - The Voice of the People

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      The Tipaimukh Multipurpose project dam in Manipur envisages constrution of a high rockfill dam downstream of the onfluence of the Barak with Tuvei rivers to produce 1500 MW hydropower and flood control. 557 households consisting of 2027 persons likely to be affected due to this project in Manipur in addition to 77 villages affected due to land acquisition. The people of Manipur and Mizoram, southwest to Manipur (also to be affected by submergence) are struggling against the construction of the dam. The predominantly indigenous tribal peoples of Manipur want their right of free, prior and informed consent in regards to the construction.

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      • Indigenous Peoples and the Struggle for their Homeland

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        Land, Territory and natural resources are not only viewed as an economic resource for the survival of indigenous peoples, but also identity. The identity of an existence that is contained within a value system: social, cultural and spiritual, inherited from generation to generation. Many of the permit issued by central and local government are without due process of FPIC (Free prior and informed consent). The arrival of development project permits are putting indigenous peoples as a spectator of development, not as an actor. The indigenous peoples are becoming poorer. They increasingly no longer have access to nearby resources that had been sustaining them. A lot of the problem faced by indigenous peoples are due to no recognition and protection of the rights of indigenous peoples . The most obvious today in Indonesia is the seizure of land, indigenous territories and natural resources that they have mastered and managed for generations. Directed by Nanang Sujana for Indigenous Peoples’ Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN)

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        • Naty Atz Message to Indigenous Peoples in Canada

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          Naty Atz Sunuc, National Coordinator of the Guatemalan organization CEIBA, a KAIROS partner, was inducted as an Honourary Witness at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) National Event in Vancouver, Sept 18-21, 2013. Naty is Maya Kaqchikel. A survivor of the Guatemalan civil war and the genocidal practices of the military, which killed her mother and forcibly disappeared one of her sisters, she is a respected defender of human rights and knows from first- hand experience about the terrible suffering of Indigenous peoples as well as the strength and resilience of Indigenous culture and worldviews. In Naty Atz Sunuc- Message to Indigenous peoples, she shares an inspiring message of solidarity and hope with Indigenous peoples in Canada.

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          • Naty Atz Sunuc: Reflections on TRC Hearings

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            Naty Atz Sunuc, National Coordinator of the Guatemalan organization CEIBA, a KAIROS partner, was inducted as an Honourary Witness at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) National Event in Vancouver, Sept 18-21, 2013. Naty is Maya Kaqchikel. A survivor of the Guatemalan civil war and the genocidal practices of the military, which killed her mother and forcibly disappeared one of her sisters, she is a respected defender of human rights and knows from first- hand experience about the terrible suffering of Indigenous peoples as well as the strength and resilience of Indigenous culture and worldviews. In Naty Atz Sunuc-Reflections on TRC hearings, a KAIROS video produced by Allan Lissner, Naty talks about her TRC experience and commits to continue working in solidarity with Indigenous peoples in Canada in the hope that the truth and reconciliation process will lead to transformative change.

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            • Our Ancestral Lands - UNDRIP

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              'Our Ancestral Lands' is a short animated film providing an introduction to UNDRIP, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. "We must defend our Rights!" Produced by AIPP Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact © 2013

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              • Pacific Island Impacts from TPP and Investment Agreements

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                June 1st, 2013. Trade panel. Topics include Walmartization, TPP, PICTA, Catastrophe Bonds, Indigenous-led regulatory agency asserting free, prior and informed consent, and a moratorium on any bilateral trade investment agreements with TPP cooperating countries until the TPP secret texts are released for public view.

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                • REDD+ Traditional Knowledge and Climate Science series

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                  Over US$5bn has been committed to REDD Projects in the last few years and promises of many more billions have been made. As of September 2011, the main global REDD database had 480 registered projects in 36 countries amounting to $3.35bn. The vast majority of these projects are on Indigenous lands and/or territories. The scale of the REDD experiment, combined with the lack of relevant experience with REDD+ projects, has meant that projects have confronted considerable problems and delays. A recent global review of REDD+ projects noted that they face many challenges, including: criteria for sustainable forest management, monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, local tenure arrangements, permanence and baseline issues that can be effectively addressed only if local communities are able to properly participate in the REDD+ projects. The review also found that despite widespread recognition that local ownership is key to REDD+ success, the scope and intensity of their participation has not always been adequate and often there is lack of clarity about their role in implementation. Read full UN report, download this video and find other multi-lingual resources here: www.unutki.org/climate ** Science and Traditional Knowledge meet to respond to climate change La science et les savoirs traditionnels s'unissent pour faire face aux changements climatiques La Ciencia y el Conocimiento Tradicional se reúnen para responder al climático. Ciência e Conhecimentos Tradicionais reunir-se para responder mudança climática. Науки и традиционные знания встречаются в ответ на климата Download this video and other resources from: www.unutki.org/climate

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                  • Relocation (FPIC), 2014

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                    HD Video, 41s, loop, 2014 The headquarter of the mining company Xstrata (now Glencore), located in Zug, Switzerland, a known tax heaven. The CEO talks about relocation, and the procedure involved. But is there such a thing as "free consent", when an aboriginal community faces a global corporation?

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                    • Rights in Action: Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) for Indigenous Peoples

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                      This community-friendly animation video explains the concepts and mechanisms of Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) through a story of interaction between indigenous peoples and people requesting their consent for new development. Free, Prior and Informed Consent is a core principle of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, to guide collective decision-making. FPIC is a continual process that involves mutual respect and meaningful participation of indigenous peoples in decision-making on matters affecting them. The video also includes a story about customary law in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Length of Video: 8 minutes

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