We, the representatives of the Indigenous Peoples of the Juruá Valley — Apolima-Arara, Ashaninka, Huni Kuin, Jaminawa, Jaminawa-Arara, Kuntanawa, Nawa, Noke Koi, Nukini, Puyanawa, Shanenawa, Yawanawá and Shawãdawa — assembled at the 1st Yubaká Hayrá Ayahuasca Indigenous Conference, held December 14 –17, 2017, in the Poyanawa Indigenous Land, in Mâncio Lima municipality, coordinated by the Juruá River Indigenous Peoples Organization (OPIRJ), the Tarauacá Indigenous Peoples Organization (OPITAR), the Rio Envira Indigenous Peoples Organization (OPIRE), and the Rio Jordão Kaxinawá Rubbertappers Association (ASKARJ), with the participation of the other organizations present, after intense discussion, have decided that… continue reading.

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