Jump to content

Nina Gualinga

Gikan sa Bikol Sentral na Wikipedia, an talingkas na ensiklopedya

Si Nina Gualinga (namundag kan Hunyo 1993)[1] sarong Ecuadorian environmental asin indigenous rights na aktibista. Parte sya kan komunidad na nagtataram nin Kichwa asin kadakli sa parte kan saiyang buhay pig-aadbokasiya nya an pagpakarhay sa proteksyon pan-kapalibotan kan Ecuadorian Amazon asin an pagkabuhay kan mga nakaistar igdi na nakadepende sa kapalibotan.[2][3]

Buhay asin aktibismo[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Si Gualinga namundag asin nagdakula sa komunidad kanSarayaku sa Ecuadorian Amazon, ini an ginikanan na lugar kan saiyang ina.[3][4] Puon pa sa edad na pito, nag-aadbokasiya na sya kan climate justice asin indigenous rights.[5][6] Nakua nya an kaaraman sa saiyang kapalibotan sa paagi kan saiyang mga magurang sagkud apuon.[2] An saiyang tugang, si Helena Gualinga dangan an saiyang ina na si Noemí Gualinga mga aktibistang pan-kapalibotan man asin mga aktibong myembro kan komunidad kan Kichwa Sarayaku asin kan laban kaini kontra sa mga kompanya asin gobyerno kan Ecuador.

An adbokasiya ni Gualinga para sa mga indigenous dangan mga teritoryal na deretsos nagpuon kan an sarong kompanya kan petrolyo kaiba an mga pwersa militar kan Ecuador, nagpoon na magin biyolente sa mga nakaistar sa saindang komunidad dangan magparapanraot igdi. An iriwal na ini nagpasiring sa sarong iriwal-legal sa tahaw kan gobyerno kan Ecuador asin kan komunidad kan Sarayaku sa Inter-American Court of Human Rights, kun sain guminana man an komunidad kan Sarayaku.[7][8]

Sa edad pa sanang 18, nirepresntar na ni Gualinga an kahobenan sa Sarayaku sa pinal na pagdangog sa kaso.

Nag-adal sya sa Human Rights sa Lund University.[9][10][4]

Si Gualinga igwa nin indigenous fellowship sa Amazon Watch kun sain nya pigpunan an saiyang plano para sa sadiri nya man na organisasyon na bakong pan-gobyerno na nakatutok sa pagpamarhay kan kamugtakan kan mga hobenes asin kababaihan sa Sarayaku, dangan protektaran an Southern Ecuadorian Amazon.[5] An saiyang organisasyon na Hakhu Amazon Design nagbebenta nin mga haman sana sa kamot na mga palamuti dangan abubot..[3][11] Pig-oobligar nya an gobyerno kan Ecuador na bistuhon na kakahuyan kan Amazon na sarong kapital para sa gobyerno tangani na punduhon kaini an pangongontrata sa mga mayor na kompanya nin krudo asin mina.[2]

She is also active as an indigenous rights activist on an international level, with a focus on protecting homes and land against corporate interests.[7][4] She was part of a global call to stop fossil fuel extraction at the 2014 People’s Climate March.[10][12] She was also among the delegates advocating for “Living Forests” protection at the global climate conferences COP20 and COP21 in Lima and Paris respectively.[5] In the course of COP21, she drew attention to her people’s demands by sailing down the river Seine in Paris in a canoe from her village.[13] She was a member of indigenous women that marched in 2016 to unify and defend rights and territories of women of 7 nationalities.[11] Gualinga shed more light on the effects of climate change on the Kichwa people at the COP22 in Marrakech and encouraged the government to prioritize climate actions to reduce carbon emissions for the indigenous people.[6] She was part of the Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN), Amazon Watch and Sarayaku Delegation to COP23 in Bonn and a speaker at the event.[14][15] Nina was also part of the WECAN delegation at the COP25 climate negotiations in Madrid in 2019.[16] At the event, she mentioned that the way out of climate crisis is to listen to the indigenous people who have been custodian of the land for thousands of years for solutions. She gave a lecture on Indigenous People of the Amazon: The Guardians of Our Future at IAAC Auditorium, Barcelona on 25th of February 2020.[17][18]

Mga gawad[baguhon | baguhon an source]

  • 2018 WWF International President’s Youth award[3]

Susugan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

  1. "Nina Gualinga, la luchadora ambiental que batalla contra la violencia de género" (in Spanish). 2020-07-04. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Activist Nina Gualinga on protecting the Amazon" (in English). 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "Environmental and indigenous rights activist to receive WWF's top youth conservation award". 2018-05-08. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Nina Gualinga > IAAC Lecture Series". 2020-02-18. Retrieved 2020-11-10. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 "Nina Sicha Siren Gualinga | SDLAC". Retrieved 2020-11-10. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Climate justice day at COP22 considers climate impacts on indigenous people - Business & Human Rights Resource Centre". Retrieved 2020-11-10. 
  7. 7.0 7.1 "OHCHR | Spotlight on indigenous rights at COP22 climate talks". Retrieved 2020-11-10. 
  8. "Climate justice day at COP22 considers climate impacts on indigenous people - Business & Human Rights Resource Centre". Retrieved 2020-11-10. 
  9. "Indigenous Environmental Activism in the Amazon: Nina Gualinga" (in English). 
  10. 10.0 10.1 "Indigenous Voices: A Call to Keep the Oil in the Ground" (in English). 
  11. 11.0 11.1 International (2019-12-21). "People Power Rises for Climate Justice at COP25: WECAN International Analysis & Reflection". Retrieved 2020-11-10. 
  12. "Indigenous Voices: A Call to Keep the Oil in the Ground". 
  13. "8 women who are changing the world without you even realising". 
  14. "Women's Voices for Climate Justice". 
  15. "Amazon Watch and Sarayaku Delegation to COP 23". Archived from the original on 2018-01-13. Retrieved 2021-03-11. 
  16. "Advocacy at UN Climate Forums". 
  17. "Nina Gualinga Lecture". 
  18. "Nina Gualinga > IAAC Lecture Series". 

Panluwas na takod[baguhon | baguhon an source]