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Short Title. Declaration of State Policies. It shall consider these rights in the formulation of national laws and policies;. Towards these ends, the State shall institute and establish the necessary mechanisms to enforce and guarantee the realization of these rights, taking into consideration their customs, traditions, values, beliefs, interests and institutions, and to adopt and implement measures to protect their rights to their ancestral domains. Definition of Terms. Indigenous Concept of Ownership.

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Representatives from different tribes from all over the country gather at the Ramon Magsaysay Center for the Indigenous Peoples Summit. Since IPRA was signed into law, I noticed that members of IPs have not been discriminated against anymore because the law itself gave people like me opportunities especially in livelihood.

Ateng also said that the law enabled her to have access to free education without the need to leave her community. Ateng is one of the beneficiaries of the Indigenous Peoples Leadership and Enterprise Development IP LED Academy that hopes to create pathways of learning that strengthen indigenous peoples' leadership potentials and capacities.

It employs a dynamic learning process through meaningful skills development, articulation of values and vision, identification of current issues, challenges, and opportunities to create positive change and meaningful development in the IP communities. According to its president, Ben Abadiano, the community provides the "soul of the Filipino culture. The foundation currently has IP children and youth in public and private schools supported through the Hope Reach Educational Assistance.

It has built 23 school buildings around the country. Ateng is one of more than ethnic individuals from around the country who attended the Indigenous Peoples Summit at the Ramon Magsaysay Center in Manila.

Organized by the Assisi Development Foundation, the event focused on nurturing community initiatives aimed at advancing IP rights towards sustainable development. For Abadiano, the year existence of IPRA raised national awareness, cultivating a culture of respect for IPs, and their customs and beliefs.

He said the law slowly sealed the gap which used to exist among Filipinos divided by different cultures. Speaking at the opening ceremonies of the Indigenous Peoples Summit, Supreme Court Associate Marvic Leonen said that the proposed IPRA went through rigorous debates and revisions before it was enacted into law in Senate Bill sought is to create an office under the Office of the President that will identify the borders of ancestral domain and will segregate it from the public domain.

How can you say you own the land when the land actually owns you," Leonen emphasized, quoting the words of a tribal chief. It also gives them the ownership of their ancestral lands. These stories made other people. Welcome to Rappler, a social news network where stories inspire community engagement and digitally fuelled actions for social change.

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Indigenous Peoples' Rights Act of 1997

Insular Government, the court has recognized long occupancy of land by an indigenous member of the cultural communities as one of private ownership, which, in legal concept, is termed "native title". This case paved the way for the government to review the so-called "native title" or "private right. In , Commonwealth Act No. In the s, the laws protecting indigenous people's lands expanded to territorial and bigger domains. The Revised Forestry Code of Presidential Decree under President Marcos defines this "private right" of as "places of abode and worship, burial grounds and old clearings. Prior to this, a Presidential Decree was issued in , "declaring all agricultural lands occupied and cultivated by members of the national Cultural Communities since as alienable and disposable, except the islands of Panay and Negros and the provinces of Abra, Quezon, Benguet and Camarines which became effective on March 11,

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