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THE FILIPINO INDIGENOUS PEOPLES'

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Julius Arboleda

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Transcript of THE FILIPINO INDIGENOUS PEOPLES'

THE FILIPINO INDIGENOUS PEOPLES'
LAST FRONTIER

by: Timunay Ronald L. Adamat
THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' SITUATION:
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
300 million Indigenous Peoples (IPs) living across the world today.
art and culture
Religion
Development
GREED
POWER
DECEIT
&
Worst they now fear from extinction in their
delimited settlement, which were

graciously provided them by their visitors
” .
CAN
ADA
U
S
A
LATIN
AMERICA
PACIFIC
ISLES
AUSTRALIA
MIDDLE
EAST
HIMALAYAS
PHILIPPINES
INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION
(ILO)
elemination of the paternalistic and assimilationist approach to the IP's.
United Nations
(UN)
"International Year for the IPs"
"International Decade for IPs"
"IPs as New Partners in Development"
The Indigenous People's
Situation in the Philippines Setting
110 Indigenous Cultural Communities
14 Million
total population
18%
entire Philippine population of 80 million
63 of the country's 76 provinces
scattered over 7 major ethno linguistic
7 million
and composed by about
67 tribes
MAJOR TRIBES
Subanens
Manobos
Higaonons
Talaandigs
Bukidnons
Bagobos
Mandaya
Mansaka
Tedurays
B'laan
T'bolis
PROBLEMS
ISSUES
CONCERNS
CONFLICT
Religion
Socio-Cultural
Economic
Political
First Islamic Faith
Tubig Indangan in Simunol, Tawi-Tawi
Sheik Karimul Makhdum in 1380
Sultanate of the government by
Rajah Baguinda(1390)
"Tarsillah"
- Book of accounts
two blood brothers TABUNAY AND MAMALU
Christianity 1521
Americans - Protestantism
(1900's)
Conflict situation, Religious intolerance, prejudices, ignorance of traditional faith, misinterpretation of religious terminologies, religious extreminism, politicalization of religion, religion as political tool, restriction of religious opinion....
Ignorance of the culture of others
and lacking the appropriate attitude in respecting their unique difference.
"ignorance, barbarism, and fake beliefs".
"westernized education"
continuing lack of appropriate education to fully realize a tribe's worth
Unabated land grabbing
Usurpation
Exploitation
land conflicts
economic
discrimination
oppression
dislocation
invasion
rape
outward grabbing
Treaty of Paris
(1898)
Filipino people to fight
against
one another
CHRISTIAN FILIPINO
VS
FILIPINO MUSLIM
GOVERNMENT
INTIATIVES
(1903)
American Colonial Administration
Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes was created to provide specific attention and answers to the dismal needs of the IPs.
(1935)
Commision for Mindanao and Sulu was created to replace Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes.
P.D. 1888,
CNI
Martial Law under Marcos regime
Presidential Assistance on National Minorities
(PANAMIN)
1984
This concern on equity and empowerment is becoming a wrong signal, an alarming situation whereby the government seem to neglect the concerns of the peacefully inclined IPs, encouraging them instead to do violence first before attending to their empowerment concerns.
CONCLUDING
STATEMENTS
reported by: Julius Arboleda
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