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ElBuenVivir


El Buen Vivir is a multiplatform project of the National Commission for Communication of Indigenous Peoples, CONCIP (Spanish: Comision Nacional de Comunicacion de los Pueblos Indigenas), with the support of MinTIC (Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications; Spanish: Ministerio de Tecnologías de la Información y Comunicaciones), which invites you to discover a part of our immense cultural richeness of us, the original peoples of Colombia. We want to share our solution models to different problems associated with modernity. It is not a simple recipe book, but rather ideals and practices inspired by different approaches to solidarity economy, food sovereignty, rights of nature, protection of biodiversity, defense of the territory, good governance, spiritual communication, conflict resolution and citizen coexistence in a cultural difference.


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Podcast | Voices and sounds of El Buen Vivir


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    Arawak
    The Living Well and the spirituality

    Amado Villafana shares how, for the Arawak people, the living well is linked to spirituality.

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    Barasano
    Message from the Jaguares del Yuruparí

    The elder Roberto Marin Norena from the Barasano people shares with us the vision of Living Well from the traditional

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    Wiwa
    Dzira – Song to the water

    This traditional melody of the Wiwa people is played to keep the waters in balance.
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  • Indigenous communication and Living well

    Silsa Matilde Arias, technical secretary of the National Commission for Communication of Indigenous Peoples, CONCIP, talks about the link of indigenous communication and living well
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360-EXPERIENCES

For you to live an optimal experience of Living Well in 360, we suggest you watch it directly on our YouTube channel, for this, click on the title within the video box.
Remember that your device and the internet connection play an important role in the quality of the experience.



Ikarwa (Mountain in the Guatapuri river basin)

An approach to the daily life of the Arawak people in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, specifically in Ikarwa, Cesar.


Yonna (Dance)

An approach to the daily life of the Wayuu people, a Yonna in Jepira (Cabo de la Vela), La Guajira


Ka+ Jofo (Our house)

An approach to the daily life of the Murui Muina M+n+ka and Muinane peoples in the Amazon Trapeze.

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Contact

 

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El Buen Vivir

   technical secretary CONCIP

   info@elbuenvivir.co

   +57 3108582118 | +57 3114591662

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