IWGIA is a global human rights organization dedicated to promoting, protecting, and defending the rights of indigenous peoples. To achieve this, it documents and monitors the situation of indigenous peoples worldwide. Its engine of transformation lies in documentation, advocacy, and local work.
Oré, in Guaraní, means “ours.” It is an international working group formed in 2010, specializing in the defense and implementation of the human rights of indigenous peoples through technical assistance to indigenous organizations and social communication.
Editor-in-Chief: Alejandro Parellada
Editorial Committee: Lola García-Alix, R. Aída Hernández Castillo, Nikita Bulanin, María de Lourdes Beldi de Alcantara, Leonardo Tamburini
General Editor: Damián Andrada
Proofreader: Laura Pérez Portela
English Edition: Sidney Suzanne Coles
English Translators: Elaine Bolton, Aynn Setright, and Sidney Suzanne Coles
Spanish Translator: Pamela Fernandez
Portuguese Edition: Adriane Melo de Castro Menezes (UFRR) and Américo Alves de Lyra Junior (UFRR)
Portuguese Translators: Inês Maria Miranda Costa, Isabela Letícia Cantel da Mota Rezende, Matheus dos Santos da Silveira, and Raphaelie Pimentel Galdino da Silva.