The International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation (IPMSDL) is a global movement of grassroots-based indigenous peoples’ organizations and advocates that aims to defend indigenous peoples' rights.
Enlivening a Fading Culture: A Dayak Experience in Borneo
The best of learning also happens in natural settings: in the forest and in the traditional long houses, far away from the crowded classrooms with rigorous strictures and compulsions on young minds. The willingness to learn and the conscious urge to embark on learning in the context of a rich but declining culture is what makes the entire learning process special and unique.
Advancing Development Effectiveness in Indigenous Territories: IPMSDL in the 1st International Dayak Congress
The Congress was organized to discuss the advancement of the rights, indigenous cultures, way of life, and sustainable development among the Dayak people of Sabah, Sarawak, and West Kalimantan in the Borneo Islands.