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         Chile Indigenous Peoples:     more books (19)
  1. Indigenous Peoples in Chile: Mapuche, Huaca de Chena, Fuegians, Aymara Ethnic Group, Selknam, Yaghan, Promaucaes, Patagon, Diaguita
  2. Chile's terror duplicity.(THE FRONT)(indigenous peoples): An article from: Multinational Monitor by Gretchen Gordon, 2005-05-01
  3. Pobladoras, Indigenas, and the State: Conflicts Over Women's Rights in Chile by Patricia Richards, 2004-06-04
  4. Lautaro: Eropeya del Pueblo Mapuche by Isidora Aguirre, 1982
  5. CHILE: MAPUCHE INDIANS DENOUNCE GOVERNMENT BEFORE U.N. AFTER VIOLENT PROTESTS.: An article from: NotiSur - South American Political and Economic Affairs by Eric P. Martin, 2001-08-17
  6. CHILE: PRESIDENT SEBASTIÁN PIÑERA PROMISES NEW APPROACH TO AGE-OLD MAPUCHE QUANDARY.: An article from: NotiSur - South American Political and Economic Affairs by Unavailable, 2010-07-09
  7. Mapuche seek support for struggle in Chile.: An article from: Wind Speaker by Joan Taillon, 2000-04-01
  8. CHILE: MAPUCHE PROTEST AGAINST DAM CONTINUES.: An article from: NotiSur - South American Political and Economic Affairs
  9. Shamans of the Foye Tree: Gender, Power, and Healing among Chilean Mapuche by Ana Mariella Bacigalupo, 2007-05-01
  10. The Language of the Land: The Mapuche of Chile and Argentina by Leslie A. Ray, 2005-03-01
  11. European Encounters with the Yamana People of Cape Horn, Before and After Darwin by Anne Chapman, 2010-04-19
  12. Contemporary Perspectives on the Native Peoples of Pampa, Patagonia, and Tierra del Fuego: Living on the Edge by Claudia Luis Briones, Jose Lanata, 2002-02-28
  13. Treasures of Jewish Art by Jacobo Furman, 1998-06-23
  14. Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives on the Native Peoples of Pampa, Patagonia, and Tierra del Fuego to the Nineteenth Century:

61. IMADR/News On Guatemala And Maya Indigenous Peoples/ 2002/no.4
in defence of the rights of indigenous peoples have received In Guatemala, indigenouspeople have stood trial in 'On a recent occasion in chile, two members
News on Guatemala and Maya indigenous peoples Compiled by IMADR Webmaster IMADR Guatemala Project News No.1 News No.2 News No.3 News No.5 News No.6 Note: IMADR Webmaster is solely responsible for the compilation of these news files. Protests against "Columbus Day" in Guatemala A Guatemalan farmers in front of a banner against Puebla-Panama Plan (PPP) takes part in a roadblock near the Mexican border at La Mesilla, northwest of Guatemala City, October 12, 2002. Thousands of farmers in Guatemala and Central America protested against the regional development outlined in the Puebla-Panama Plan, which marks the 510th Anniversary of Columbus' arrival in the Americas. The sign reads: No to the free trade agreement of the Americas. We decide our destiny by ourselves REUTERS/ Jorge Silva Indians block highways in Guatemala, southern Mexico to protest Columbus Day Oct 12 By JUAN CARLOS LLORCA, Associated Press Writer

62. South America
Brief Analysis of the Canadachile Agreement on Environmental Cooperation (CCAEC SEI;Declaration of the Consultation Meeting indigenous peoples, Mother Earth

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63. WEEKLY REPORT/040901
the participants adopted the term peoples to replace that the government delegatesand indigenous leaders have this chile hosts special session of OAS human
April 9, 2001 THE HEADLINES OAS and indigenous peoples closer to achieving Declaration
Paraguay determined to consolidate its democracy

Azerbaijan gains Permanent Observer status with OAS

Chile hosts special session of OAS human rights agency
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OAS and indigenous peoples closer to achieving Declaration Paraguay determined to consolidate its democracy Azerbaijan gains Permanent Observer status with OAS The OAS Permanent Council has granted the Republic of Azerbaijan the status of Permanent Observer, making that country the Organization's 50 th observer state. The decision was taken in a resolution passed at an April 5 meeting of the Permanent Council, chaired by Colombia's Ambassador Humberto de la Calle. When he addressed the Council last month, the Azerbaijan Ambassador, Hafiz Pashayev, said his government was determined to continue increasing the level of mutual cooperation with countries of the Western Hemisphere and to join in efforts aimed at tackling the challenges of the 21 st century.

64. Indigenous Peoples And Nation-States: A New Relationship
In chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and Colombia, laws and and the Caribbean, agrowing recognition of indigenous and AfroCaribbean peoples has led to
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When indigenous leaders and representatives of the governments of the Americas get together, you expect some sparks to fly. A history of dispossession and contempt toward indigenous peoples has led to lingering resentments. Fueling the confrontations are those who are interested in exploiting indigenous lands and forests. By Osvaldo Kreimer, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. The opinions expressed are his personal views and not necessarily those of the Commission or the OAS However, a new and historic relationship is developing between indigenous people and the states. Perhaps for the first time ever, leading indigenous organizations from North, South and Central America met with representatives of the 34 nations of the Americas. (See story, this page.) The objective is to design, within the OAS, a new framework of respect that paves the way for indigenous people to become more involved in the democratic structures of government. Why now? Because in an era of globalization, indigenous peoples view the democratic state as the best guarantor of their rights. And governments view their indigenous peoples as a productive, dynamic part of political society. The end of the cold war has done away with obsolete ideas and struggles in which indigenous peoples were caught in the crossfire.

65. 1Up Info > Araucanians (South American Indigenous Peoples) - Encyclopedia
Category South American indigenous peoples. Araucanians roukän´ n PronunciationKey, South American people, occupying most of S central chile at the time
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South American Indigenous Peoples Araucanians Related Category: South American Indigenous Peoples Araucanians n] Pronunciation Key Valdivia the Araucanians offered resistance, notably under Lautaro and , and their stout fight was immortalized in the epic by Alonso de Puelche
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66. Spanish Language Links, UW Oshkosh DFLL
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67. Instituto Socioambiental - Update News
Marés receives prize in chile Carlos Frederico Marés is to receive a prize in chilefor his work in promotion of indigenous peoples and environmental rights.
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Marés receives prize in Chile Carlos Frederico Marés is to receive a prize in Chile for his work in promotion of indigenous peoples and environmental rights Corporação Cultural de Artistas Pró-Ecologia (Cultural Corporation of Pro-ecology Artists), an organization comprising over one hundred Chilean artists and intellectuals engaged in environmental protection and currently chaired by renowned Chilean sculptor Cristina Pizarro, has awarded three Chileans and one Brazilian the N'aitum prize, which in mapuche means "set free". This award was first created by the organization in 1996 to pay homage to people or institutions of any nationality whose work has contributed to environmental protection and research .
2,001 award winners in Chile and Brazil are:
1. Mary Anne Muller, Chilean environmental educator and activist.
2. José Ricardo Morales, scholar, distinguished Chilean thinker.
3. José Miguel Varas, Chilean journalist expert in human ecology.

68. American Indigenous Peoples
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Around 10,000 years ago, migrating indigenous peoples followed the line of the Andesand settled in fertile valleys and along the coast of what is now chile.

70. Bolivia - A Struggle For Recognition
Manila International Conference on Conflict Resolution, PeaceBuilding, SustainableDevelopment and indigenous peoples,. chile Reunión Regional de Santiago
Bolivia - a Struggle for Recognition
B olivia is the poorest country in Latin America whose social indicators are recognised by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) as being on a par with sub-Saharan Africa. The present population of 6.5 million is expected to double by the year 2024 (UNDP 2000). Bolivia's per capita income is as little as US$ 680 (the Latin America average is US$ 2,883). In many of the indigenous areas, the average family income is only US$150 a year and in 1994 the FAO estimated that 97% of the rural population were unable to meet their basic daily needs. The under-five mortality rate is 110/1000 (the Latin American average is 47/1000), much of it from preventable diseases, while around 47% of children in rural areas suffer from chronic malnutrition (UNICEF 1996). External debt is 91% of GNP (UNDP 2000) and Bolivia has been subject to harsh restructuring conditions imposed by the IMF; it is expected that Bolivia will be one of the first countries to benefit from debt relief although it remains to be seen how this will affect rural communities. Bolivia is unique in Latin America in that a large part of the population (45%) is indigenous. However, centuries of colonialism have resulted in a Westernised dominant ruling class which lays stress on fluency in Spanish, affluence, male dominance and light skins. This dominance ensures the denial of social and political rights to those who are poor, have darker skins, names which are not Spanish in origin, and who speak languages in existence long before the onset on colonialism. Indigenous women suffer from many forms of

71. Mapuche International Link/English|News
the Mapuche of chile List of Mapuche Political Prisoners - 9 February 1994 Resolutionon the International Aims of Effective Protection of indigenous peoples.
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Open letter from Mapuche organisations based in Europe 3rd September, 2002 To human rights and environmental organisations and groups which support the cause of indigenous peoples. As Mapuche residents in the countries of the European Union, we are writing to you with our profound concerns regarding the critical situation faced by our Mapuche brothers and sisters in Chile. The European Union and the Chilean government have signed the free-trade agreement which has to be ratified, firstly by the parliaments of the 15 member countries of the European Union and then by the European Parliament. We are writing to you to ask you to contact your respective local MPs and MEPs in order to demand that they withhold from ratifying the European Union/Chile Free Trade Agreement until such time as the Chilean Government takes the necessary measures to guarantee that human rights and environmental legislation in Chile are respected. This would bring Chile into line with International Law, established by international organisations together with the constitutional agreements currently in force in the member states of the European Community.

72. IDRC Reports Archive: The Knowledge Path From Cree To Mapuche (April 1993)
Universidad de chile Departamento de Ingenieria Civil Casilla 2283 Santiago chiletel (562) 94171 fax (562) 671-2799. SEE ALSO indigenous peoples Test the

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The Knowledge Path from Cree to Mapuche by Neale MacMillan
    " Our brothers of Canada have spoken of things that for us the Mapuche are in common. They have spoken of the creator, the family, our ancestors, women, men, children, of the mother, the earth, fire, the living beings of water as an element that accompanies man whether it be clean or, as it is today, contaminated ." Jose Rain, Chief of the Chol-Chol Mapuche in Chile, speaking at the IDRC symposium "First Nations Adopt Southern Technologies for Health," in Ottawa, November 1992.
The Canadian brothers of Chief Rain are the Cree People of the Split Lake Band in northern Manitoba. The two indigenous peoples, supported by IDRC, are embarking on a unique form of technology transfer. The Mapuche will be trained to use simple tests for monitoring the safety of drinking water systems. But the trainers are the Split Lake Cree rather than non-native technicians. The project could help transform today's unsafe water into tomorrow's clean lifesource. Moreover, it could spell a promising new channel for technology transfer between aboriginal peoples. The Split Lake community and IDRC have already collaborated successfully in a three-year project that showed how native people can train themselves in simple water-quality testing to ensure the safety of their water. The technical knowledge passed from specialists in microbiological water-quality testing to Band members in the community. The technology for these tests was developed by a network of scientists in developing countries, supported by IDRC.

73. IBIN Peoples And Nations - América Latina Y El Carib
Translate this page Hacia el Conocimiento de la Diversidad Biologica en chile - Javier A. Simonetti,Mary TK indigenous peoples Aquatic Biodiversity Information Network (IABIN).
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74. The Indigenous Peoples Summit Of The Americas, Speech By Maria Minna
work, we want to ensure that projects actually benefit indigenous peoples on many InColombia, Bolivia, Peru and chile, our support has ranged from income

75. A-Infos (sup) Chilem, URGENT Lives At Stake
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76. Summit Of The Americas Information Network
It was in the Second Summit of the Americas, held in Santiago de chile in 1998,that the problem of indigenous peoples earned a place of great importance.
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Santa Cruz Summit for Sustainable Development Santiago ... Indigenous Peoples mandates from the Third Summit of the Americas Indigenous Peoples In order to promote and protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of indigenous people, the Heads of State and Government took the following actions in the Summits of the Americas. In the 1994 Miami Summit, the Plan of Action took the first step towards addressing the issue of indigenous peoples. In the section on human rights, governments resolved to revise and strengthen the laws for the protection of the rights of minority groups, women and children, and indigenous populations and communities. It was in the Second Summit of the Americas , held in Santiago de Chile in 1998, that the problem of Indigenous Peoples earned a place of great importance.

77. Indigenous Peoples In Latin America - LANIC
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78. Fact Sheet No.9(Rev.1), The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples
Sheet No.9 (Rev.1), The Rights of indigenous peoples indigenous peoples inhabit large areas of the earth's 15 organizations of indigenous peoples have consultative status with
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An objective of the Decade is the promotion and protection of the rights of indigenous people and their empowerment to make choices which enable them to retain their cultural identity while participating in political, economic and social life, with full respect for their cultural values, languages, traditions and forms of social organization

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79. Researching Indigenous Peoples Rights Under International Law
indigenous, first nations, aboriginal, human rights research, researching, international law RESEARCHING indigenous peoples RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW online materials on indigenous peoples rights under international law. the World's indigenous peoples 3. The decade from
RESEARCHING INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW Steven C. Perkins This is a revision of a document prepared for presentation at the 1992 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries. It may be reproduced for non-profit educational use if this notice appears on the reproduction. Table of Contents I: Introduction This Indigenous Peoples' Web Ring site is owned by
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Steven C. Perkins This is a revision of a document prepared for presentation at the 1992 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries. It may be reproduced for non-profit educational use if this notice appears on the reproduction.
This paper was originally produced in 1992, prior to the INTERNET and the explosion of information it has engendered. In updating it, I have tried to create links to online materials on indigenous peoples rights under international law. This paper is not meant to be a comprehensive guide to information on indigenous people. It is meant to be a guide to researching international law and indigenous peoples rights. Since this paper was finished, S James Anaya has published an excellent treatise on this area

80. Indigenous Peoples
indigenous peoples on the Gateway a community promoting knowledge exchanges among indigenous organizations, donors, governments and civil society to promote indigenous development and rights. Home All Topics - indigenous peoples all 551 resources. indigenous peoples. Instancia Consultiva de Bolivia. An agreement example between indigenous peoples and Government (video)

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