Cordillera elders have played a remarkable role in the Cordillera people's struggle to defend ancestral land and resources, as resolutely shown in the successful oppositions to the Chico dams and Cellophil struggles in the 1970s. They continue to figure in the peacekeeping and conflict resolution among tribes. Their role as elders has not been limited to the issues concerning the communities such that they have formed inter-tribal, inter-municipal, and inter-provincial organizations, responding to burning issues affecting the region and the country today.
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Black Friday Protest - No to Martial Law!
Unveiling of the Monument Dedicated to the Heroes of the Anti-Chico Dam Struggle
Call for a Stop to the Militarization of Cordillera Indigenous Communities and for Just and Lasting Peace - In front of 503rd Infantry Battalion Calanan, Tabuk City, Kalinga
Cordillera Day 2017 Angkas
Monument for Cordillera Martyrs
Cordillera Day 2014 -- from Chico River to Chevron