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Arthur M. Manuel

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Indigenous Environmental Network

HQ Phone:  (218) 751-4967

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Indigenous Environmental Network

P.O. Box 485

Bemidji, Minnesota,56619

United States

Company Description

The Indigenous Environmental Network is a member of the Health Care Without Harm Campaign which is an international coalition of more than 260 organizations working to transform the health care industry so it is no longer a source of environmental harm. HCWH w... more

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www.idlenomore.ca

By Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson
As the son of George Manuel, who served as president of the National Indian Brotherhood and founded the World Council of Indigenous Peoples in the 1970s, Arthur Manuel was born into the struggle. From his unique and personal perspective, as a Secwepemc leader and an Indigenous activist who has played a prominent role on the international stage, Arthur Manuel describes the victories and failures, the hopes and the fears of a generation of activists fighting for Aboriginal title and rights in Canada. Unsettling Canada chronicles the modern struggle for Indigenous rights covering fifty years of struggle over a wide range of historical, national, and recent international breakthroughs. Arthur Manuel has participated in the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues since its inception in 2002. Since 2003, he has served as spokesperson for the Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade (INET). Working through INET, Manuel succeeded in having the struggle for Aboriginal title and treaty rights injected into international financial institutions, setting important precedents for Aboriginal title and rights in Canada. Manuel is a spokesperson for the Defenders of the Land.


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Arthur Manuel (Secwepemc)
Mr. Arthur Manuel is a member of the Neskonlith Indian Band of the Secwepemc Nation, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Mr. Manuel is the spokesperson for the Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade (INET), a network of indigenous organizations who are achieving recognition for Aboriginal Title and Treaty Rights at the international level.


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Arthur Manuel
Arthur Manuel (Secwepemc) is a member of the Neskonlith Indian Band of the Secwepemc Nation, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada and was elected Chief of the Neskonlith Indian Band from 1995-2003 and as Chairperson for the Shuswap Nation Tribal Council for 6 years. Mr. Manuel is the spokesperson for the Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade (INET), a network of indigenous organizations who are achieving recognition for Aboriginal Title and Treaty Rights at the international level. He has contributed to international conferences such as United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City, the Convention on Biological Diversity Conferences, and the World Social Forum. He has presented arguments and submissions in favor of Aboriginal and Treaty rights to the World Trade Organizations, International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, and the International Olympic Committee.


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Statement from the family of Arthur Manuel on his passing
On Wednesday January 11, 2017 at 11:00 PM, Arthur Manuel, our beloved father, grandfather, husband, brother, uncle, warrior, and teacher passed away. Arthur was one of our most determined and outspoken Secwepemc leaders and activists-a pillar in the resistance, known globally for his tireless advocacy for Indigenous Peoples' right to self-determination. He passed on into the spirit world surrounded by many generations of his loving family. Arthur was the son of Marceline Paul of the Ktuanaxa Nation and George Manuel of the Secwepemc Nation. Arthur was born into the struggle and groomed to be a leader and defender of Indigenous rights and title. Coming up as a young leader in the 1970s, he served as president of the National Native Youth Association, leading the occupation of Indian Affairs. He attended Concordia University (Montreal, Quebec) and Osgoode Hall Law School (Toronto, Ontario). He returned to his community and was elected Chief of Neskonlith Indian Band, Chair of the Shuswap Nation Tribal Council, and Chair of the Assembly of First Nations Delgamuukw Implementation Strategic Committee. He was a long-time co-chair of the North American Indigenous Peoples Caucus of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and former co-chair of the Global caucus. He was active in the Defenders of the Land and Idle No More movement and as a board member of the Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples. He was one of the main strategic thinkers of the decolonization movement in Canada. As the spokesman for the Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade, he convinced the World Trade Organization to recognize that Indigenous peoples are subsidizing the BC lumber industry through the non-recognition of Aboriginal title. He was co-author, along with Grand Chief Ronald Derrickson, of the award-winning Unsettling Canada: A National Wake-Up Call, with a foreword by his friend and fellow activist Naomi Klein. He worked selflessly in defence of Indigenous territorial authority and he fiercely opposed any termination of Indigenous land rights. He rejected provincial and federal authority over unceded Indigenous land, and challenged the extinguishment of Indigenous title through the BC treaty process. He fought climate change, battling the imminent threat of pipelines across Secwepemc territory. He was a world traveller who connected Indigenous nations across the globe to unite in a common vision and defend their rights. He was gifted a button blanket by the Nuxalk nation and has received countless honours for his work around the world. Arthur was also a teacher and a mentor to many. He was a source of knowledge for youth and young leaders. Through his fierce love for his people, he shone a light on the path to justice for a new generation of activists. He's a residential school survivor, having attended the Kamloops (Kamloops BC), St Eugene's (Cranbrook BC) and St. Mary's (Mission BC) residential schools. Arthur is survived by his life partner, Nicole Schabus, by his sisters Emaline, Martha, Doreen, and Ida, his brothers George, Richard, and Ara, and by his children, Kanahus, Mayuk, Ska7cis and Snutetkwe. In his most recent article on Canada's 150th celebration, published only a week before his death, Arthur insisted again that Canada was built entirely on the theft of Indigenous lands. Condolences to the family and photos of Arthur can be sent to erfeltes@gmail.com Tags: Arthur Manuel and Russell Diabo, Defenders of the Land, Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade, Secwepemc Earth Peoples co-founder Arthur Manuel passed away, 66-years-old. Friday, January 13th, 2017 Dear Earth Peoples. Arthur Manuel was always working hard. Tiokasin Ghosthorse brought me to collaborate with Rebecca Sommer, one of my best friends... and this is where I met Arthur. Arthur said with warning...you might not want to sit there. I said oh is this seat taken? He said no its just that you might not want to be associated with me. A lot of people do not like me. I looked around over my shoulders and said.. jokingly I said....want me to beat them up for you? He laughed a lot. That was the comical and genuine relationship that I had with him from the start. He is someone I am honored to say has changed my life and i can call him my favorite person and a best friend. I am so thrilled that I had the opportunity to know Arthur. Arthur was my Earth Peoples brother, a child of our mother Earth and I loved him very much. I always looked up to him for saving the world. I remember saying to Arthur that I hope that I can somehow make a difference in the world like he does. I would like to make my life meaningful. He said Elaine, You don't want to do what i do. He said... Tags: Arthur Manuel, Earth Peoples, Earthpeoples, Elaine Benavides, rebecca sommer Arthur Manuel


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