The NGO Kanindé organized the III Meeting of the Indigenous Youth Movement of Rondônia to address topics such as health, education, political coordination, COPs 29 and 30 and the Temporal Framework

More than 100 young people, representatives from 30 indigenous peoples from Rondônia, Amazonas and Mato Grosso, participated in the III Meeting of the Indigenous Youth Movement of Rondônia, organized by the NGO Kanindé. The program for the event proposed fundamental debates, such as the Temporal Framework (rejected by the STF, but approved in Congress) and strengthened the voice of the participants in the fight for their rights, including health, education and political coordination. Leaders such as Txai Suruí, Marcy Tupari, Samela Sateré-Mawe and Tukumã Pataxo spoke about the threats of the Temporal Framework to the indigenous communities, highlighting the importance of the preservation of the ancestral territories. The appropriate preparation of the movement for COP 29 (in Azerbaijan, this year) and COP 30, in Belém, in 2025, was also emphasized, as was the participation of young people and indigenous women in politics, with the intention of guaranteeing original rights.

Txai Suruí, indigenous leader and from the NGO Kanindé, during the III Meeting of the Indigenous Youth Movement of Rondônia | Credit: Disclosure

 

In a symbolic act, Txai Suruí passes the headdress and bow and arrow to Walelasoekigh Suruí, her successor in the coordination of the Movement for the next three years | Credit: Disclosure

 

Indigenous youth at the III Meeting of the Indigenous Youth Movement of Rondônia | Credit: Disclosure

 

Indigenous youth at the III Meeting of the Indigenous Youth Movement of Rondônia | Credit: Disclosure

 

Indigenous youth at the III Meeting of the Indigenous Youth Movement of Rondônia | Credit: Disclosure

 

Indigenous youth at the III Meeting of the Indigenous Youth Movement of Rondônia | Credit: Disclosure

 

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