José Francisco Calí Tzay, Special Rapporteur United Nations Commission on Human Rights, will speak about the rights of indigenous peoples during a keynote address at AAPLAC 2022. Mr. Calí Tzay is Maya Kaqchikel from Guatemala, with experience in defending the rights of Indigenous Peoples, both in Guatemala and at the level of the United Nations and the OAS.
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AAPLAC seeks papers for our 33rd Annual Conference to be held in a hybrid format February 16-19, 2022 at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona.
AAPLAC's 33rd Annual Conference will be a hybrid event in Tucson, Arizona, with a guest emphasis on Indigenous and Native Nation Initiatives, a variety of participant presentations and discussions on the conference themes, and a cultural excursion.
If you missed our free, virtual AAPLAC 2021 Prelude to Tucson conference on February 18-19, catch the replay by visiting the Prelude program.
We have selected the work of 39 artists and videographers for presentation on our website, and we welcome you to view, engage, comment and exchange ideas on all you find in our Video and Image Gallery.
AAPLAC’s 32nd Annual Conference will be in Two Parts in Two Places—virtual February 18-19, 2021 and in Tucson, Arizona October 27-30, 2021—to accommodate the likelihood of curtailed travel early in the year and to promote the collaboration, exchange and local immersion experiences for which the annual conference is known.
AAPLAC seeks papers for our 31st Annual Conference to be held at the University of Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico, February 19-22, 2020. The deadline to submit proposals has been extended to December 1, 2019.
AAPLAC will hold its 31st Annual Conference, Building Solidarity: Education through Experience, in Guanajuato, Mexico, February 19-22, 2020. The conference hosts are Resplandor International/University of Arizona in collaboration with the University of Guanajuato.