About this episode
Language: English Duration: 45mins 08secs
Partners: Indigenous Alifuru people of South-Maluku
This podcast features Ghazali Ohorella, an expert in indigenous human rights and international politics from the Indigenous Alifuru people of South-Maluku. Learn about the recent negotiations at the 25th annual United Nations Climate Change Conference from the perspective of a seasoned indigenous negotiator at UNFCCC.
About our guest
|Ghazali Ohorella is an idealist and anteambulo for Indigenous Peoples. He is Indigenous to the Alifuru People of Maluku with an unshakeable belief in a bright future for all Indigenous Peoples of the world. He has worked on Indigenous rights, diplomacy and advocacy for over 18 years.|
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