Meet IWGIA (The International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs )

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Meet IWGIA (The International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs )

Friday 24 of August: Pumpehuset: 10:00
Music Programme 2018

Saturday 25 of August: Pumpehuset: 10:00
Music Programme 2018

Sunday 26 of August: Pumpehuset: 10:00
Music Programme 2018

Native peoples of the world are widely disparate but are fighting the same battle for respect for their rights and their cultures. The picture exhibition in the Pump House by the ngo called International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) focusses on these peoples, who struggle daily for survival. If you come to the Pump House on Friday, Saturday or Sunday between 10 am and noon during Tønder Festival, you can learn about the world’s First Peoples and their fight for recognition. Representantives for IWGIA will be on the spot at these times.

About IWGIA:
The International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) is an international human rights organisation based in Copenhagen that works for native people’s rights. For 50 years, IWGIA has documented and spoken out for First People’s rights both locally and at regional and international levels; they publish an annual status report on indigenous people’s battle for their rights.

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