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Social Policy Ecology Research Institute (SPERI)’s vision is to work towards a society where indigenous people and ethnic minorities in the Mekong sub-great region have equal access to social justice, gender equity, natural resources and fair social economic systems.
 
SPERI’s vision during the period from 2010 to 2020 towards Livelihood Sovereignty of the indigenous ethnic minority communities in Mekong region is determined by five fundamental interrelated rights: 1) the right to Land (basic); 2) the right to performance one’s own religion on one’s own land (unique); 3) the right to practice one’s own knowledge in daily farming (practice); 4) the right to decide what to grow on one’s own land (holistic); and 5) the right to co-government of one’s land (strategic). This is the vital empowerment strategy for the indigenous ethnic minorities in order to sustain and enrich their original civilized dignity and achieve their self-determination towards their own ancestral traditional value of “nurturing nature”.
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