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1. It is the collective term to refer to the Filipino Indigenous People with a hunter-gatherer background.
What does IPRA stand for?
Indigenous Peoples Rights and Advocacy
Indigenous Peoples Rights Act
Indigenous Peoples Rights and Appropriation
Indigency Projects and Revisions Act
What does the UNDRIP mean?
United Nations Democratic Rights of the Indigenous People
Unity of New Diverse Religion in the Pacific
United Nations of Democratic Regions in Indus and Pacific
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of the Indigenous People
It is an act to recognize, protect, and promote the rights of indigenous peoples, and creating a National Commission on Indigenous Peoples.
It is a global initiative to promote the rights of indigenous individuals particularly children to all levels and forms of education of the state without discrimination.
It is the general philosophy of indigenous peoples introduced by Macli Ing Dulag.
Indigenous peoples solely own the land.
Land is life. Land is sacred.
Ancestral domain remains a heritage for a lifetime.
The one who owns the land, bears the rights.
It is an approach that strengthens sustainable development and the exercise of self-determination in as much as education is supposed to be enabling, ensuring, and enhancing tool for IPs.
Who is the first member of the IP community who graduated in University of the Philippines?
Macli Ing King
Macli Ing Dulag