World Tribal Day 2023

-    According to the United Nations, the main theme of World Indigenous Day 2023 focuses on indigenous youth. According to a UN update, the theme for this year's World Indigenous Peoples Day is "Indigenous youth as agents of change for themselves". determination." Today, Indigenous youth are actively exercising their right to self-determination

-  Today i.e. on 9th August we celebrate Swadeshi Day. Every year on this day, the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples is observed with the aim of spreading awareness among indigenous communities around the world and motivating them to protect their rights. Drawing inspiration from the first meeting held in 1982 to protect and work towards the implementation of the human rights of indigenous populations globally, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the day in December 1994. This special day encourages us to promote awareness of the issues facing indigenous peoples and to uphold their rights.

-   Main theme of World Tribal Day

The United Nations has chosen a special focus on indigenous youth for the theme of World Indigenous Day 2023. According to an update from the United Nations, the theme for this year's World Indigenous Peoples Day is "Indigenous youth as agents of change for self-determination". Today's indigenous youth are actively exercising their right to self-determination. We understand that the future depends on the decisions taken today. In this context, the efforts being made by Indigenous youth serve as one of the most powerful inspirations in the face of some of humanity's most pressing challenges.

World Indigenous Decade from 2022 to 2032

-   Earlier, during the celebration of World Indigenous Day in the year 2021, the United Nations had declared the period from 2022 to 2032 as the 'World Indigenous Decade'. The purpose of the United Nations behind this is to highlight the various efforts that can be made to preserve indigenous languages during this decade.

-   About 40 percent of the nearly 7,000 indigenous languages are on the verge of extinctionOn the other hand, according to another United Nations report, a total of about 7,000 indigenous languages have been identified across the world. However, it is noteworthy that about 40 percent of them are on the verge of extinction. This happened because these languages have not been used in the field of education, communication, government affairs and employment. Indigenous youth adopting more prevalent languages for economic advancement has contributed to this situation.

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