A dialogue between representatives of indigenous organisations from Burundi, Mali, Guatemala and Colombia.
Doctor of Public Law, expert in transitional justice, Director of the Francophone Institute for Justice and Democracy (Institut Francophone pour la Justice et la Démocratie) (IFJD).
Mutwa from Burundi, member of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Association Let’s Unite for the promotion of the Batwa people (Unissons nous pour la promotion des Batwa) (UNIPROBA).
Lawyer for the Maya Q’eqchi’ people, member of the Congress of the Republic of Guatemala and the Central American Parliament, where he chairs the Commission on Indigenous and Afro-descendant peoples.
Tuareg and Fulani researcher from Mali, member of the Ărramăt project and the tinhinane association.
BELKIS IZQUIERDO TORRES
Indigenous woman of the Arhuaco people, magistrate of the Truth Recognition Chamber, vice-president of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace, Bogotá, Colombia.
Liberator of Mother Earth and her rights in the territories of the Cauca Regional Indigenous Council (CRIC), indigenous communities of northern Cauca, Colombia.
Scientific officer and co-moderator
LESLIE CLOUD Lawyer, specialising in the rights of indigenous peoples, scientific manager of the indigenous peoples programme of the CNRS Normandy Chair of Excellence for Peace.
LAETITIA BRACONNIER MORENO Lawyer and doctoral student at the National University of Colombia and the University of Paris Nanterre, member of the CNRS Normandy Chair of Excellence for Peace.
Interpreted by Aude Mousset et Elise de Battisti