About Me’lange
Melange is the event happening on 29Th June, in relation to the 2019 UN International Year of Indigenous Language, this event is based on helping and making peace with the indigenous population in various nation to come up and fight for their rights and save their homes with their respective speakers and helps their community flourish, melange also makes these communities feel they belong in the world by treating them equally and not like they are different.
Melange is an important event because it works cooperation mechanism which is there for raising awareness on the particular topics or themes which have global interests or concerns and mobilizing different countries for one particular program.

The Cultural and Literal Diversity Present in the world.

The indigenous People are present everywhere in the world, they are the people with different languages, cultures and festivals. They are the people who don’t speak the common tongue but face common issues like normal people but due to no one taking a step for them they still live a life they shouldn’t because they have no one to speak for them.
There is a regional area of Latin America and Caribbean which is culturally and literary diverse making it home to indigenous languages and cultures. Knowledge of the indigenous languages has equipped the speakers with an invaluable expertise and skill set to behold which helps them in an array of matters and help then in engaging in constructive, dynamic, social and societal development in a creative way.

 

 

Education of Indigenous Children.

People in the indigenous population are less likely to have and educated future and are likely to never reach their complete potential in life. The indigenous people are entitled to education both individually and collectively which is stated in the United Nations Declaration of Right of Indigenous people. This right is not respected protected and fulfilled. Additional to that teaching in schools is done by officially recognized languages. Calls on countries to remove barriers that limit there presence and participation which can help indigenous people in getting the education they deserve.
Development of Appropriate Bilingual and inclusive policies can only be obtained by posting speakers of indigenous languages which can act for the development process which are not known to these people which prevent them from getting education or lose the mastery of their own language by getting the knowledge of other languages.

The Knowledge and wisdom of indigenous People.

Forest Accounts for 30% of the Earth’s Surface and is also the home to indigenous population and other millions of species present on Earth, the forest provides them food and source of clean water. The bio diversity of the world is preserved by the forest itself.
The Ocean covers over 70% of the Earth’s surface and over three billion of Indigenous Population lives by it.
The indigenous population is shaped by their environment and that forms the basis of their Unique tongues, which helps in understanding indigenous knowledge and culture of the area. The knowledge helps in promoting harmony and respect for the indigenous people of that area which might have a key resource which can be harnessed by new methods over removing the indigenous population.
Learning their tongue and listen to the indigenous will help us in understanding their way to restore, protect and use the resources in a sustainable manner.

Food Production and Agricultural Production.

A paramount of knowledgeable practices with increasing awareness about indigenous way of food security.
The indigenous system of agriculture was never systematically recorded in any form to keep it readily available for accessible researchers of agriculture, development practitioners and policy markers.

 

 

 

 

 

Communities Of Indigenous People and their ways.

Local Fosters and people promote their values and cultures that have been endured for more than thousands of years by the indigenous communities.
The indigenous communities have an incredibly rich and supportive system for their ethics and values, they support equality and solidarity which is inherited by the younger generations.
Elders of these communities ensure in preservation of their values languages and ethics which lead to sustainable existence of their communities.
The transmission of values and languages is done orally through songs, stories, customs and other traditional ways.
If any language disappears, the whole socio-cultural foundation of the community of its speakers is put at risk. Be inspired by the stories of indigenous people.

On 29th of June there is an event for the Indigenous communities hosted by corporation with Melange Foundation where speakers from various fields will collaborate and talk over the issues faced by the indigenous people. Join us at 29th June at Surya Hotel at New Delhi.

Featured Speakers
These people come from different backgrounds and different fields. They are knowledged about the Indigenous communities around the world and have known about their thoughts and requirements, they are the right people to talk about them with respect to their lives.

G.N Devy

G.N Devy is a cultural activist, an institution builder and is most famous for the People's Linguistic Survey of India and is also the founder of the Adivasi Academy.

He is credited to write in three languages. English, Gujarati, Marathi.

G.N Devy

Educator

K. Satchidanandan

He's a noted Indian Poet. He writes in Malayalam and English. A bilingual literary critic, playwright, columnist and translator. He's also the former editor of Indian Literature Journal and former Secretary of Sahitya Akademi. He's the festival Director of Kerela Literature Festival that happens in India.

K. Satchidanandan

Indian Poet

Gaurav Choudhury

He is a Journalist. The Bureau Head of Moneycontrol.com, Economy Editor @ Network 18. In the past was chief of Bureau of Business and Economy Editor @ Hindustan Times.

Gaurav Choudhury

Moneycontrol

About Symposium
On 29th of June Melange is being held for the Indigenous communities hosted where speakers from various fields will collaborate and talk over the issues faced by the indigenous people.
In this conference you hear from speakers known throughout the nation for their excellence in their fields, these people will collaborate and talk about the indigenous community, their problems and the solutions that can be given to resolve these issues and help the population in getting up with the current world scenario in the array of areas presently.
This symposium is a one day conference with the focus on solving issues and sharing the ways of the indigenous people by which they have been sustaining and carrying forward with their legacy, this symposium is for leading the indigenous population to a better future where they are equal with the current world with respect to every possible factor that is present in the current world scenario of power and peace.
Organisers

These are the people without whom the event wouldn’t have been possible, it was their hardwork and the invaluable thoughts and ideas which helped in making this event possible.

Aakash Malik

Raashi Gupta

Geetartha Darshan Barua

Advisors

They are the ones who gave in their thoughts and ideas through them the event became what it is their knowledgeable advice made this event an event to behold.

Ethan Marcotte

Ethan Marcotte

Ethan Marcotte

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Melange is the event happening on 29Th June, in relation to the 2019 UN International Year of Indigenous Language, this event is based on helping and making peace with the indigenous population in various nation to come up and fight for their rights and save their homes with their respective speakers and helps their community flourish, melange also makes these communities feel they belong in the world by treating them equally and not like they are different.