Indigenous communities of Córdoba held the first meeting of 2024 in the Legislature

Indigenous communities of Córdoba held the first meeting of 2024 in the Legislature
Indigenous communities of Córdoba held the first meeting of 2024 in the Legislature

The representatives of the communities of Indigenous peoples and the Council of Communities of Indigenous Peoples of Córdoba held the first meeting of 2024 this Tuesday in the Legislature.

In this context, the authorities of the Unicameral symbolically delivered law 10963 that was approved last April and that establishes the Ranquel language as Intangible Heritage of the Province of Córdoba.

At the opening, the vice-governor of Córdoba Myrian Prunotto highlighted the importance of coordinated work and highlighted what the indigenous peoples mean in our province. “As Governor Martín Llaryora says, we must manage jointly regardless of religion, ethnic origin, gender; but, considering that we are all from Córdoba. We are going to continue working together so that they can continue with this fight to mark, to show this deep, rich history that Córdoba has,” she assured. “We are very proud to open this house, which is the house of democracy so that it can be a meeting and work place with the entire government of the province,” she added.

For her part, the vice president of the Chamber, Nadia Fernández, highlighted that this second meeting represents a historical milestone of meeting between the communities and the authorities of the Province. With Vice Governor Prunotto, the provisional president of the Unicameral, Facundo Torres; and the legislator Miguel Sicialiano; They handed over to Ramón Cabral – from the Ranquel community – the law that declares the Ranquel language to be Cordoban heritage.

About 30 representatives of the Comechingones, Sanavirones and Ranqueles peoples were present at the meeting; also from Mocoví and Kolla communities that reside in different departments of the province.
On behalf of the Province, the Undersecretary of Educational Strengthening of the Ministry of Education, Claudia Maine, participated; the director of Educational Welfare of that department, Juan José Castellano; authorities of the Córdoba Joven Agency, among other officials, and representatives of the National and Provincial universities of Córdoba.

The activity addressed topics related to dates to remember, maps of the native peoples of Córdoba, workshops in schools and teacher training institutes, scholarships for students from indigenous peoples, among others.

The advice

The Registry of Communities of Indigenous Peoples and the Council of Communities of Indigenous Peoples were created by Law 10316 in 2015. The Council understands all matters in which the interests of the communities of Indigenous Peoples are involved – directly or indirectly. the Indigenous Peoples of the Province of Córdoba and enables communities to have greater visibility and establishes a space where they can channel their concerns and needs.

 
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