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Integral ecology and Indigenous Peoples

15 July 2018
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The international conference on Laudato Si’ on its third anniversary spoke about three urgent engagements in responding to the social and environmental challenges that our world faces in the current times. First is the economics of the present situation and its urgency and for which Pope Francis has already spoken with oil companies and urged...
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Strengthening cultural integrity through culture-based education

15 February 2015
Paisaje en Bendum. Foto des: P. Sendin

    Paula Sendín The so-called civilized world was built on the principle that development is linked to education which eventually will help in developing a community or even a nation. Thus, economic and social development can be achieved through intellectual formation, especially in the form of formal education that, at least in principle,...
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Furniture carpentry with Upper Pulangi youth in northern Mindanao, Philippines

30 September 2014
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Arnel Santander Eleven youth participants from different villages in Upper Pulangi, Bukidnon in northern Mindanao, Philippines recently completed a four-week furniture carpentry course with finished wood products that included 11 workbenches, four storage chests, seven standard-sized window frames, and 14 wood hammers. This Hulas Furniture Carpentry Course of Tuen hu Uyag is a four-week...
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Culture and ecology at APC, Philippines

16 December 2011
Estudiantes de Pulangiyen. Foto de: Pedro Walpole

Pedro Walpole, SJ Cultural and personal identity are central in forming children’s environmental attitudes during elementary and high school for the Pulangiyen community, an upland indigenous community in northern Mindanao in the Philippines. The Apu Palamguwan Cultural Education Center (APC) is a school that emerged from the desires of the Pulangiyen people on the...
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