Historical Indigenous diplomacy for taking care of Mother Earth and the Rights of Nature
After decades of Indigenous diplomacy efforts at the UN concerning the concept of “Mother Earth-Na...
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Manuel May is a Maya Indigenous scholar from Mexico who holds a Phd in architectural heritage and is a postdoctoral researcher in the (ERC) project RIVERS. Manuel’s work intersects heritage studies, Indigenous rights, archaeology and socio-cultural anthropology. His work at the global level includes lectures and talks at various universities and museums in Europe and the Americas, and constant participation in UN fora on Indigenous issues, e.g. EMRIP and the Permanent Forum. Within the RIVERS project, Manuel investigates the role of Indigenous delegates in the production of knowledge and norms at the international level.