On the document that summarizes the participation of Brazilian indigenous peoples at the People’s Summit, organizations reaffirm the impotance of well living.
The movements for the defense of water and Mother Earth gathered at the Blue Pavilion inside the Cúpula dos Povos collectively share a vision that water is a commons, not a commodity.
Indigenous Peoples from all regions of the world met at the “Indigenous Peoples International Conference on Sustainable Development and Self Determination,” from June 17th – 19th 2012 at the Museu da República in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We thank the Indigenous Peoples of Brazil for welcoming us their homelands and express our solidarity for their […]
Honour our Peoples, Honour our Mother Indigenous Peoples around the world have a special connection to their lands and resources arising from long standing relationship to their territories. Within this room, we all have a moral and legal obligation to ensure future generations have an abundance of resources needed for their long-term survival and […]
The II World Free Media Forum is a part of the People’s Summit. See here the programme of the Forum and get involved!
Partners and member organizations of the People’s Summit sign a letter urging to bring the Rio+20 negotiations back on track to deliver the people’s legitimate agenda and the realization of rights.
The position papersubmitted at Nigeria’s National Rio+20 Consultative meeting states that the main challenge for the eradication of poverty is not to grow forever, but to achieve an equitable distribution of the wealth.
The International Youth Camp at the People’s Summit calls movements, networks and organizations of the world to participate in the meeting that will happen at Rio de Janeiro, from April 13th to April 15th.
Why do we need a People’s Summit? “Because it’s the space where people can more freely and openly discuss and question the fundamental underpinnings of the global economic and political order; embrace new paradigms for “development” and sustainability”, Paul Quintos tells us.