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    Between May and June 2020, the Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA) and HIVOS, held the Virtual Meetings of COICA youths, with the aim of promoting a more active participation of the Indigenous youth in the organizational structure of Indigenous peoples. In this space, young Indigenous people from the 9 countries of […]

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