Roberto “Mukaro” Borrero is a Programs and Communications Coordinator for the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC), whose primary portfolio includes the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and 2030 Development Agenda along with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. On behalf of the IITC, Borrero serves as a co-convener for the Indigenous Peoples Major Group on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. He is a member of the Taíno Tribal Nation, an Indigenous Peoples whose traditional homelands extend through the Greater Antilles and the Southern tip of Florida in the U.S.. In 2012, he was traditionally sanctioned as a kasike (chief) of the Guainia Taíno tribal community. Borrero has an educational background in Communications and Cultural Studies and was presented an honorary Doctorate of Philosophy in Humanities from Kayiwa International University, Kampala, Uganda in 2013.
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