After almost 30 years of work in solidarity with indigenous peoples, PIPLinks ceased operating in October 2015.
PIPLinks' staff and board appreciate that the news of PIPLinks' closure has caused some disappointment and we are grateful for all the expressions of concern and support that have been received from our partners, and the wider family of indigenous peoples activists.
We take great pride in the track record of the organisation (see: the About Us section), and we take heart from the fact that there are a number of, primarily indigenous, organisations who have sprung up since we started, who have taken on the major areas of our work.
PIPLinks' website is a source of articles, reports and campaign documents, and we have arranged that this resource remains available for public use until September 2018 (at least). Please find articles focussed on the Philippines here, on international issues hereand resources here.
Those of us involved in PIPLinks look forward to continuing to be part of the growing movement on indigenous rights, and thank all those who have supported us over our years of existence.