Assembly to be held in Brasilia, Brazil ~ October 11-17, 2017
The first Great Assembly of the Alliance of Mother Nature’s Guardians will be held in Brasilia from the 11th to 16th of October 2017.
Nearly 200 indigenous representatives from around the world and personalities committed to environmental preservation will meet for over five days to discuss global issues which impact the future of humanity climate, biodiversity, environment, energy, technology, conflicts, human rights, nature’s rights …
Working from the problems, challenges and solutions found on the traditional territories of indigenous peoples from a ll continents, be trey forests, islands, arctic , deserts, steppes or mountains, together they will build an inspiring strategy to protect the planet, for peace, for future generations.
The tasks of the historic Great Assembly will be divided into three main themes: Mother Nature, Humanity and Development. Proposals and recommendations to States and calls to action to the general public will be formalized, based on the 17 points set out in the Constitution of the Alliance of Mother Nature’s Guardians, drafted during COP21 in Paris in 2015.
The other objective of this Assembly is to strengthen links between participants, to help build permanent bridges between geographically remote peoples in view of future joint actions.
As a result of the Assembly ‘s work, a common document will be drafted and adopted. It will be presented to international bodies and a delegation of indigenous representatives from all continents will then participate in COP23 (Bonn, Germany, Nov 2017) and in 2018, following on from the Great Assembly, will embark on an international tour to present and defend the strategy of the Alliance of Mother Nature’s Guardians, advocating for protection of the planet. The tour will be supported by local artists, organizations and personalities in each capital city visited.
For more information visit Brazil AGMN English presentation (300dpi)
For more on the Alliance visit: Alliance of Mother Nations Guardiansor AGMN Portuguese.