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Indigenous Peoples in 21st century Guyana: One People, One Nation, One Destiny

27 December 2013

Paul Martin, SJ Amerindian Heritage Month is an annual observance in Guyana during September to honour its Indigenous Peoples. There is focus on languages, food, dance, lifestyles, and culture of the various Amerindian groups. But the point is that this is a celebration for all Guyanese, not just its Indigenous Peoples, as “they” are...
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Climate change and sea level rise in Guyana

15 September 2013

Tash Van Doimen Guyana, situated on the northeast coast of South America, is considered a Caribbean country for historical reasons as well as political affiliation, being a member of the Caribbean community. It is not susceptible to hurricanes and typhoons like the rest of the Caribbean, however, it often falls victim to their spin-offs....
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Engaging with indigenous young adults, from Bendum to Guyana

29 February 2012

Stefan Garcia, SJ I had come back to Bukidnon for the first time in seven years, somewhere that I have always described as my favorite place in the world.  This was my home visit to the Philippines, but it was also an opportunity to see a work that we could dream of setting up...
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