Saturday, March 5th of 2016
Live broadcasting about International Women's Day
Radio Mart at Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Mapuche Woman
Image: Camilo Tapia

From Amsterdam a live broadcasting about The International Women's Day (March 8th). Dedicated to Indigenous women's struggle around the world.

An interview with Mrs. Francisca Quilaqueo Rapiman is an independent researcher and economist, based in The Hague, The Netherlands. In earlier parts of her career she has been active in various Mapuche social organizations. Her research interests are indigenous people in Latin America, gender and ethnicity, and indigenous migration. She published recently the book Mujer Mapuche: Historia, Persistencia y Continuidad (2013), Barcelona: Icaria

"Mapuche Women, History, persistence and continuity"

Also an interview with Mrs. Lucia Pierre, a Peyay (Healer) of the Caraib, the Indigenous peoples of Surinam living in France. She is going to speak about Intuition of women from the perspective of a Peyay in her community.

Local Dutch time: 15:00 till 18:00 Hours
Local Chilean time: 11:00 till 14:00 Hours

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Contact live the Radio Studio: 0031. (0)

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