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         Chile Indigenous Peoples:     more books (19)
  1. Patagonia by Colin MC Ewan, 1998-07-01
  2. Uttermost Part of the Earth: Indians of Tierra Del Fuego by Lucas Bridges, 1988-09
  3. Courage Tastes of Blood: The Mapuche Community of Nicolás Ailío and the Chilean State, 1906–2001 (Radical Perspectives) by Florencia E. Mallon, 2005-01-01
  4. Patagonia: Natural History, Prehistory and Ethnography at the Uttermost End of the Earth (Princeton Paperbacks)
  5. When a Flower Is Reborn: The Life and Times of a Mapuche Feminist by RosaIsolde Reuque Paillalef, 2002-01-01

chile's supreme court appointed judge castro to prosecute the case following the government'sspecial commission on indigenous peoples, directed by jose bengoa
Gary Trujillo
Tue, 26 Jan 1993 15:30:57 PST
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santiago, jan 6 (ips) chilean lawyer jorge silhi began
organising the defense wednesday of 144 mapuche indians accused
of ''illegal association'' and the unlawful occupation of
agricultural lands in southern chile.
on tuesday, judge antonio castro indicted the 144 members of
the radical organisation ''aukin wallmapu ngulam'' (council of all lands), including the group's leader aucan huilcaman. the mapuches, currently free on bail, will be tried in relation to the june 1992 occupation of lands near the city of temuco, located 680 kilometers south of santiago.

22. NATIVE-L (February 1993): HUMAN RIGHTS: Chile's Mapuche Indians Appeal For Help
a bill which would give indigenous peoples in chile rights to theirancient lands has still not been adopted by the parliament.
HUMAN RIGHTS: Chile's Mapuche Indians appeal for help from outside
Gary Trujillo
Tue, 23 Feb 1993 03:43:00 PST
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amsterdam, feb 19 (ips/guido de bruin) the mapuche indians
still struggling for their rights in present-day chile are
trying to mobilise international support for their cause, a
mapuche spokesperson said friday.
luis janquilef of the mapuche movement ''consejo de todas las
tierras'', told reporters in the dutch capital that the return of democracy to chile has for his people meant nothing but broken promises. a bill which would give indigenous peoples in chile rights to their ancient lands has still not been adopted by the parliament.

past centuries, treaties with indigenous peoples had been to all members of indigenouscommunities, including the representatives of Italy, chile, United States
Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues HR/4599 First Session 21 May 2002 th and 14 th
Proscription of Traditional Languages,
Usurpation of Lands, Genocide among Issues Raised
Representatives of indigenous peoples from around the world voiced particular and collective grievances in morning and afternoon meetings today, as the Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues continued its historic first session with an open debate on human rights issues. From Alaska to Baja California to the San Andreas Islands of Colombia, from the Saami region of Scandinavia to Siberia to the Maluccas of Indonesia, and from across Africa and Australia, such representatives spoke of abuses ranging from proscription of traditional languages to usurpation of lands to genocide, while suggesting means for the new Forum to promote their common rights in a draft Declaration and throughout the United Nations system. Representatives of some United Nations Member States were also present to listen and contribute their perspectives. A common theme that ran through the discussion today was that general notions of human rights, as well as existing human rights instruments, could serve as a framework for indigenous rights.

24. 1995/317. Applications From Organizations Of Indigenous People Not In Consultati
a draft declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples. of the following organizationsof indigenous people not Mapuche Rewe de Lautaro (chile) Aukin~ Wallmapu
United Nations Decision 1995/317

Economic and Social Council
1995/317. Applications from organizations of indigenous people not in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council for participation in the open-ended inter-sessional Working Group of the Commission on Human Rights to elaborate a draft declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples A At its 58th plenary meeting, on 25 October 1995, the Economic and Social Council decided: (a) To approve the participation of the following organizations of indigenous people not in consultative status with the Council in the open-ended inter-sessional Working Group whose establishment was authorized by the Council in resolution 1995/32 of 25 July 1995: (b) To request the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations to meet urgently to continue its consideration of the remaining applications from organizations of indigenous people that were interested in participating in the Working Group, with a view to the Council's receiving the Committee's recommendations in time to allow the participation of the approved organizations, including participation at the first session of the Working Group; (c) To invite Governments wishing to submit their views on the applications, in accordance with paragraph 5 of its resolution 1995/32, to do so at an early date.

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with $17 million US to help build the Ralco Dam that in chile. people but the transnationalcorporations do not respect the rights of indigenous peoples.
In a press conference held in Ottawa on March 31 st , indigenous leaders from the Americas and The Council for Canadians expressed their concerns and opposition to the upcoming Free Trade of the Americas Agreement (FTAA) meeting that will be held in Quebec City in April.
Shushwap Chief Arthur Manuel of the Interior Alliance, (B.C.), Nobel Peace Prize laurate Rigoberta Menchu, a Mayan from Guatemala, Sara Imilmaqui, a Mapuche from Chile, Rodrigo Garrenton from the Action Group for the Biobio River from Chile, Francisco Cali form the San Fancisco based International Indian Treaty Council joined Maude Barlow, President of the Council for Canadians in expressing their views of the FTAA process.
The Indigenous leaders were in Ottawa during the Indigenous Peoples Summit of the Americas. The conference was held to draft a statement to the heads of stare that will be meeting in Quebec on April 20-22 at the FTAA meeting
Chief Manuel said the proposed FTAA will escalate the Aboriginal communities struggles against destructive development practices up to the international level. He said that Aboriginal peoples have Constitutional protection of their rights and recognition of title in the Supreme Court of Canada Delgamukw decision, and will not allow their rights and title to be superceded by a trade agreement. He said that FTAA negotiations must be stopped and the heads of state must deal with Indigenous peoples rights first. He said that Aboriginal peoples must give their informed consent before development practices are carried out on their territories are carried out.

26. Indígenas- Indigenous Peoples
Translate this page indígenas- indigenous peoples. Asociación Ixä Ca Vaá de Desarrollo e InformaciónIndígena, Costa Rica Asociación Aymara Inti-Marka, chile Parlamento del
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Caucus de jóvenes contra la discriminación- Youth Caucus against discrimination. indígenas- Indigenous peoples Home Calendario de eventos youth caucus (in english) afrodescendientes- african descendants ... Articulos
Conferencia Mundial Contra El Racismo, la Discriminación Racial, la Xenofobia, y Formas Conexas de Intolerancia

La falta de reconocimiento de los Pueblos Indígenas como Pueblos es una forma de discriminación racial que nos afecta profundamente como jóvenes indígenas. Por lo tanto exigimos el reconocimiento de parte de los Estados la existencia de los Pueblos Indígenas como Pueblos teniendo en cuenta los artículos 1 de los Pactos de Derechos Civiles y Políticos y de Derechos Económicos Sociales y Culturales.
Además es una realidad que los Estados, espacios de concertación y de la sociedad civil ofrecen muy poca participación de la juventud indígena. De igual forma las Conferencias u Encuentros Internacionales dan poca y en muchas ocasiones ninguna participación a los mismos. Deseamos expresar nuestra solicitud de tomar en cuenta a la hora de consultar y participar de encuentros nacionales e internacionales a los sectores vulnerables de las sociedades de América, dando énfasis a los jóvenes indígenas que es uno de los sectores mas marginados de las sociedades.
1. Demandamos la inmediata implementación de la historia oral de nuestros Pueblos a los programas oficiales de educación en todos sus niveles.

27. Carta De La Comisión Nacional Indígena De Chile Al BID
National Commission of indigenous peoples of chile 1). The indigenous peoplesof chile represent approximately 10 percent of the national population.
National Commission of Indigenous Peoples of Chile Letter from the National Indigenous Commission to BID MR: ENRIQUE V. IGLESIAS

FAX: 001-202-623.30.96 Santiago, 3th February 2001 Dear Sir, We the undersigned, the steering committee of the National Interim Commission for Self-Determination of the Indigenous Peoples of Chile and for Ratification of Convention 169 of the ILO (International Labour Organisation), have learned, by way of the press, that the Chilean government, via the Ministry of Planning, will request a loan or credit facility from the institution of which you are Director. This will be, among other things, to "promote the development of the 'ethnic groups' of Chile" and to "allocate funding to regions with a Mapuche population". With regard to these proposals we would like to draw your attention to the following: 1). The indigenous peoples of Chile represent approximately 10 percent of the national population. The main problem such peoples ('ethnics' in the language of the Chilean government), are currently facing is a general policy of discrimination and denial of rights which threatens the dignity of indigenous peoples. It is a policy which denies and distorts the history of Chile, which denies and restricts human rights and fundamental freedoms, and prevents participation on terms of equality and the construction of a lasting democracy. 2). In Chile, at the present time, there is no respect for, in particular, our rights to recuperate, own, control, administrate and develop our lands and the natural and spiritual resources therein. At the same time we are also denied our right to maintain, recreate, project and transmit our cultural heritage to the future generations of our people.

28. New York
On other hand, the Government of chile is very conscious of the special relationshipbetween indigenous peoples and the earth, and one of the most important
Item 106: "Programme of activities of the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People"
Third Committee
Statement by Ambassador Cristián Maquieira, Deputy Permanent Representative of Chile to the United Nations New York, October 17, 2002 Mr. Chairman, I should like first of all to thank the Secretary-General for the comprehensive report presented to us in document A/57/395, which updates us on recent developments in the programme of activities of the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People. Mr. Chairman, Chile has participated actively in the early stages and in the evolution of this topic both in the Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights and in the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, as well as its inclusion in the series of global conferences, particularly the World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Forms of Intolerance, through political declarations and plans of action in which the indigenous issue has been taken up as an aspect of integral development. The task ahead is to translate this political commitment of the international community into concrete action. To this end, Chile has used the forums available in the international system for the benefit of indigenous peoples. This has contributed to the strengthening of public institutions in this field, to better protection for the rights of our indigenous communities and to the improvement of their living conditions.

29. Third Committee - Social Issues
September 29th 2000 The World Problem of Drugs. Statement by the Delegate ofChile Rodrigo Donoso to the Third Committee. indigenous peoples. Statements.
Women Children HIV/AIDS Aging ... Spanish
Third Commitee
Social, Humanitarian and Cultural General October 9th 2001
Item 108: Social development, including questions relating to the world social situation and to youth, ageing, disabled persons and the family. 56th General Assembly - Third Committee. Women Statements March 5 2003 - 47th period of sessions of the Commission on the Status of Women. Third Committee. Statement by Ms. Gladys Zalaquett, Representantive of the National Women's Service of Chile. October 17th 2001 Follow-up of the Special Session of the General Assembly on " Women 2000: gender equality, development and peace for the twenty-first century". Statement by the Permanent Representative of Chile to the United Nations, Ambassador Juan Gabriel Valdés, on behalf of the countries members of the Rio Group March 6th 2001 - 45th period of sessions of the Commission on the status of Women. Statement by Ambassador Juan Gabriel Valdés on behalf of the countries members of the Rio Group October 6th 2000 Women Issues. Statement by

to selfdetermination, Rights Democracy said today as groups representing the indigenouspeoples of the hemisphere gathered in Santiago, chile, at the Latin
DECEMBER 7. 2000
"Such a right is set out in the International Covenants on Civil and Political Rights, and on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, ratified by Canada and more than100 countries and is contained in the Draft Declaration on Indigenous Peoples," said Warren Allmand, President of Rights & Democracy. "We support the indigenous groups’ work towards recognition of their true status as peoples and urge governments attending the conference to be mindful of this historical fact as they promise steps to eradicate racism." "This conference repeats patterns of discrimination and racism, that’s why we are leaving," spokespeople for the indigenous groups said. Mr. Allmand said he agreed with the move because many groups in society refuse to allow indigenous people to speak out and to be part of the process, because of society’s racist attitudes. Mr. Allmand also echoed the indigenous groups’ call on the UN to adopt the Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples – a document which explicitly recognizes the status of aboriginals as peoples and thus their right to self-determination. "Legally, these treaties do not necessarily mean ‘state independence’. Their spirit is rather that all peoples on earth are entitled to equitable treatment and respect for their cultures and identities." He said that he will be advocating this position when he attends the World Conference on Racism next year in Durban.

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"I did not know how much was ended. When I look back now from this high hill of my old age, I can see the butchered women and children lying heaped and scattered all along the crooked gulch as plain as I saw them with eyes still young. And I can see that something else died there in the bloody mud, and was buried in the blizzard. A people's dream died there. It was a beautiful dream... "The nation's hoop is broken and scattered. There is no center any longer, and the sacred tree is dead."
Black Elk, Oglala Holy Man ...on the aftermath of the Massacre at Wounded Knee
Center for World Indigenous Studies
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Cultural Survival Quarterly
- 'to defend the human rights and cultural autonomy of indigenous peoples and oppressed ethnic minorities.'

32. Mapuche Links
chile (Spanish); The Corner for Folk and Popular Songs from chile and Latin AmericaPages with information about other indigenous peoples of the Americas.
Mapuche Links
If you are looking for information about the Mapuche, these links might be useful. I have placed them in several categories:
Pages with information about the Mapuche
These pages have information that I think is useful.
Stories based in the Mapuche culture
Pages with reference to the Mapuche
These pages mention the Mapuche in the context of some other theme, and generally do not have substantiative information.

Other pages with links to the Mapuche page
These pages may have information on subjects related to the Mapuche, such as Chile in general. Pages with information about other indigenous peoples of the Americas
Pages with information about the Mapuche
  • the page for the Mapuche Inter-regional Council (English and Spanish)
  • the Rehue Foundation page (English, Spanish, and Dutch)
  • Liceo Adventista-Pueblo Mapuche Information about culture, location, and history of the Mapuche. (Spanish)
  • Information about the dams in the Alto BioBio (Spanish)
  • Mapuche-Phuence Religion (Spanish)
  • Chile Electronic Yellow Pages This page has the address and a fax connection to Liwen, a center for Mapuche study and documentation in Temuco, Chile. (Look under "c" for "Centro de estudios...")
  • Organizacion Cultural Katrurrai
  • Chilean Crafts (Spanish)
  • Pagina de Antri Tripay, Platero del Piren
  • 33. Aboriginal Planet - Around The Planet - Chile-Canada Aboriginal Overview
    New Pact Commission, greatly expanded its support for chile's efforts to the seminarNew Relations Between the State and indigenous peoples The International
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    Chilean efforts to improve the country's indigenous policy In short, the aboriginal "file" is one of the best examples of Canada's integrated approach to relations with one of our closest partners in Latin America.
    Past Events
    December 2000 AFN National Chief Mathew Coon-Come visits Chile during the America's Preparatory Conference for the World Conference Against Racism June 2001 CANDO Mission to Chile October 2001 Empresarios Mapuche participation in CANDO National Conference (Thunder Bay, Ontario) May 2001 State visit by the Governor General, Her Excellency Adrienne Clarkson, accompanied by Canadian aboriginal delegation

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    38. A New Dawn For Native Peoples
    converted into financial support agencies in Guatemala and chile, or given and consensusbuildingand a respect for the aspirations of indigenous peoples.

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    A new dawn for native peoples Communities take charge of their own development
    by Víctor Hugo Cárdenas **
    After centuries of existence at the margins of society, Latin America's indigenous peoples are now entering their countries' economic and political mainstream. The population of indigenous peoples is increasing, and the territory they occupy is expanding. They are becoming full-fledged players in their nations' economies, and in some cases, the international economy. Their languages and cultures are not only surviving, but are becoming newly invigorated. Many countries have made constitutional, legal and institutional reforms that are reshaping the traditional relationship between indigenous communities and the nation state. The constitutions of Bolivia, Ecuador, Mexico and Paraguay, for example, now recognize the multicultural character of states and the existence within them of indigenous peoples as unique entities with specific rights and distinct cultures and languages. In a number of countries, governments are granting indigenous communities the authority to manage their own affairs as well as the natural resources of the areas in which they live. In addition, national institutions charged with managing relations between the government and indigenous communities are being upgraded in rank in Bolivia, Ecuador and Perú, converted into financial support agencies in Guatemala and Chile, or given juridical functions to promote indigenous rights, as in Mexico.

    39. [ INGLES ] Instituto De Estudios Indígenas De La Universidad De La Frontera / T
    officials. As such we provide a space for participation for all thoseinvolved in issues affecting chile´s indigenous peoples. We



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    In reconfirming a spirit of unity, the following Mapuche organizations are callingupon other indigenous peoples of chile to prepare one proposal for the

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    El Consejo Político de Mallkus y Amawt'as del MOVIMIENTO INDIO TUPAQ KATARI (MITKA) viendo la pudredumbre de la "alta Sociedad" o la Casta política de Bolivia analiza y confirma los siguientes aspectos desintegradores del Estado boliviano. Patamarka (El Alto), 15 de julio de 2001.
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    We reject the declaration of the M-19 guerrilla movement which was announced by radio September 6, 1986.
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