World in Progress: Philippine indigenous leaders ‘harassed, threatened, killed’

Jocelyn Aquiatan has been campaigning to protect indigenous rights in the southern Philippines for more than 20 years. She’s the executive director of the Intercultural Organizations Network for Solidarity and Peace (ICON-SP) in Mindanao — a resource-rich part of the country where hundreds of indigenous people have been displaced by mining projects.

Listen to audio 05:23 – Permalink