Culminating in 3 days of reflection, construction and analysis of proposals between villages, where women, youth, men and couples of Abya Yala, came together to collectively read the context and alternative weave unity out of diversity. A consensus was also confirmed by the General Coordination of Miguel Palacin. In this sense,exchanges were generated , discussions and proposals on the basis of the following topics: Global Crisis, Climate Crisis and Peoples Good Living "The climate crisis is not resolved with the delivery of money. The Andean peoples also have responsibility to protect resources. We are questioning the global crisis, but we have moved from resistance to the proposal. "
Clearly, the Pachamama is ill because of the economic model that has been undertaken mainly extractivism in order to accumulate wealth into the hands of a few while the majority remain impoverished. This selfish model has caused the global crisis and especially climate change, which once again proves that it is no good and should be changed. The situation deserves not only resistance and maintinence of unity in the face of all projects that threaten all life, also we need to build alliances and work thru the indigenous movements with social and popular movements but also to harmonize the criteria for our Good Living model wich seeks to rebuild our peoples in our multinational regions.
In this sense, we identified the need to strengthen our own alternatives to use our natural assets, prosecute those transnationals and countries responsible for crimes against Mother Earth, to working for the recognition of ecological debt and climate; expelling companies and projects that are damaging Pachamama,to prevent the concessions in our territories, and take political participation and influence in international settings (Mexico Summit, Summit on Climate Change in Bolivia). Also, perform a Global Minga for the defense of life and territory.
Reconstitution of peoples and multinational states "The restoration of the indigenous peoples begisn in their homes. Knowing where we are, who we are, knowing grom where to where our territories ar. Remember our heroes. " The transnational economic model and pur proposed village life, are two opposing thoughts: one is focused on the extraction and excessive accumulation of wealth and the other is driven from the good life shared thru our regions and lands our multinational states. Thus,as the dominant culture,it strongly opposes our worldview,the customs of indigenous peoples,and their institutions impose racism and exclusion.
It is therefore urgent the need for construction of our multinational states in order to face the coloniality of power and their economic model of accumulation. Defense of territories and of Mother Nature; megaprojects (IIRSA) on indigenous peoples. "IIRSA is a mega project that not only has environmental impacts to indigenous peoples, but also political, social and economic.It is against Mother Earth and all of society" The number of projects signed by various governments with private investment to develop the entire infrastructure of IIRSA, not only violates all international conventions and agreements with indigenous peoples
(ILO 169 Agreement, United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples) but also our collective rights and part of our political constitutional rigths. In this context it is important that we from this IOTC promote and lead the following actions: to denounce the impact of mega projects at all levels It is pertinent to promote a development model itself, create Climate Justice Indigenous courts that are binding upon punishing transnational companies and to promote and draft a Universal Declaration on the Rights of Mother Earth at the United Nations, to implement the recommendations American Court of Human Rights and other bodies and partnerships and advocacy with social movements.
Criminalization and militarization. Indian diplomacy and international advocacy "The criminalization does not just come from the States,but especially from multinationals, in response to the resistance of peoples against the extractive industries." The people are faced with a military occupation of their territories that affects all areas of our communities:by imposing controls and restrictions on daily activities of the community,wich violates our autonomy and our sovereignty (7 U.S. military bases in Colombia) threaten to break our model of village life, introduces death squads to cause terror, represses and criminalizes social protests,by promoting anti-terrorism laws and amending criminal codes.
The militarization and criminalization are not new, they have been used by democracies and dictatorships around the world. They are also associated with economic interests that finance and protect their profits. Therefore, not only do they come from the States, but correlate to private interests who use armed groups, particularly the paramilitaries to punish, stigmatize and discredit social struggles. Faced with this occupation we propose to strengthen the IOTC's Legal Center in coordination with the experiences of other peoples to summon the global mobilization and reject the installation of military bases.
Delegations-ONIC Colombia: Strengthening the Coordination of Political Integration of Peoples IDENTITY Lafkenche Chile: Coordination of Youth CONACAMI Peru: Alternative Economics Coordinator Peoples ONPIA Argentina: Coordination of Education, Culture and Communication