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Video | Ainu cultural revival: Maintaining a “critically endangered” language in an ocean of diversity – Japan

by Sarah W | Read her full blog here >> If you were to ask people to describe “Japan” or “the Japanese” in one word, there’s a pretty good chance that you’d hear one word over and over again: “homogeneous.” The Japanese … Continue reading

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Video | Learning from one another: An international exchange programme “for a new future for the Ainu people” – Japan

In January 2012, a Maori leader, Te Ururoa Flavell visited Ainumosir (Hokkaido) and Tokyo and witnessed the work Ainu people are doing in their communities to revitalize their culture, language, and rights. He immediately suggested that Ainu youth come to … Continue reading

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Dr. Nicolaas Nobel founded The Tribal Cultural Heritage in India Foundation in Noordwijk (The Netherlands). Architect Jowa Imre Kis-Jovak and Cultural Anthropologist Dr. Jet Bakels served as Secretary and Board member respectively from 2008 to 2010. Since then the board … Continue reading

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eBook | Download comic books as PDFs: Free resources for rural education and health care – Unicef

Read or download this and more Meena comic books on Archive.org >> Source: UNICEF ROSA – Media centre – Meena Communication InitiativeAddress: https://www.unicef.org/meena/Date Visited: 3 November 2018 The Meena Communication InitiativeWho is Meena? Meena is a cartoon character from South Asia. She … Continue reading

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“Where art imitates life”: Gond artists recognized – Madhya Pradesh

Gond tribal painting is an integral part of tribal festivities, rituals, and day-to-day living When one lives amidst nature, one’s life is the life of nature, one’s thoughts are the thoughts of the birds, deer and the rivers and one’s … Continue reading

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