Wednesday April 18, 2018, 15:30–18:00
Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York &
Permanent Mission of El Salvador to the United Nations &
Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) &
Center for the Study of Social Difference, Columbia University &
International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Earth Institute, Columbia University &
Global Indigenous Youth Caucus &
LIMA Taiwan Indigenous Youth Working Group &
Association for Taiwan Indigenous Peoples’ Policies (ATIPP) &
Association of the Tribal Age Hierarchy of Natawran (ATAHN)

Jointly Present a seminar on
“Indigenous Peoples and the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”

Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York
1 East 42nd Street
(between Madison Avenue and 5th Avenue),
New York, NY 10017

RSVP
Ms. Arizona Fu
E > [email protected]
T> 212.317.7348

Program
Speakers at this event include:

  • H.E. Amb. Lily L. W. Hsu, Director-General of the Taipei Economic & Cultural Office in New York
  • Dr. tibusungʉ’e vayayana (Ming-Huey Wang), Deputy Minister, Council of Indigenous Peoples, R.O.C.(Taiwan)
  • Prof. John J. Metzler, Department of Government & Politics, St. John’s University
  • H.E. Amb. Rubén Escalante Hasbún, Permanent Representative of El Salvador to the United Nations
  • Prof. Paige West, Claire Tow Professor of Anthrop ology, Barnard College and Center for the Study of SocialDifference, Columbia University
  • Torbors Sogluman (全國成), Former Senior Director, Relief and Rehabilitation Division, World Vision Taiwan
  • Dr. Ángel Muñoz, Associate Research Scientist, International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Columbia University
  • Tuhi Martukaw (Jocelyn Hung Chien), Coordinator, LIMA Taiwan Indigenous Youth Working Group
  • Q”apaj Conde, Co-Chair, Global Indigenous Youth Caucus
  • Mr. Hsi Chen, Representative of Selal Alabangas, Association of the Tribal Age Hierarchy of Natawran (ATAHN)
  • Baba Festus, Kgalagadi Youth and Women’s Development Network

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Photo Credit: UN Photo/Bella Bella, Canada