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  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:

81. MIL - Principles And Objectives
Like its predecessor it will continue to spread awareness of the indigenous peoplesof chile and Argentina and to emphasize the contribution they make to the
Mapuche International Link 6 Lodge Street, Bristol BS1 5LR, England. Tel/Fax: + 44-117-9279391 E-mail:
On the 11th of May 1996 a group of Mapuches and Europeans concerned with the fate of the indigenous peoples and nations of the Americas, and in particular with the Mapuche people of Chile and Argentina, launched the Mapuche International Link (MIL) in Bristol, UK. This new organisation replaced the Comite Exterior Mapuche (CEM) which operated internationally since 1978 from their office located in Bristol. MIL's aims and objectives have been developed and widened with a view to enabling indigenous peoples to contribute more fully to their own development, and ultimately, to achieving far greater levels of self determination. OUR AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The Mapuche International Link is an international organisation whose purpose is to promote the interests of indigenous peoples and nations of the Americas. Our aims are:
  • To raise awareness of indigenous peoples and their struggle for survival;
  • To use modern communications to inform the international community about indigenous cultures;

82. Aboriginal Planet - Resource Centre - Speeches - Patrick Parisot
policy is reflective of our commitment to collaborate with our counterparts in Chileand from around the world, together with indigenous peoples, in this task.
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New Relations Between the State and Indigenous Peoples:
The International Experience
Universidad de Chile, Santiago 14 January 2002 Inaugural Comments by Ambassador Patrick Parisot Canada is an enthusiastic participant and supporter of the seminar "New Relations Between the State and Indigenous Peoples: The International Experience" as well as of other exchanges on indigenous issues with our hemispheric partners in the Americas and with "like-minded" states in other parts of the world. We believe that such dialogue - conducted both on bilateral and on multilateral levels - will enrich the efforts we are all making to develop and implement just and constructive policies on issues of paramount importance to indigenous peoples and to broader society in our respective countries.

83. Untitled Document
It is clear that the full extent of crimes against indigenous peoplesin chile has never been acknowledged. The determination of
Winter 1998 Pinochet Case has Implications for Dictators
By Craig Benjamin
The Nuremberg Tribunal, which tried Nazi war criminals after World War II, established the principle that every country has the right and the obligation to prosecute genocide and crimes against humanity, no matter where in the world these crimes have taken place. This past October, the Spanish High Court ruled that this principle gives Spanish judges the right to bring General Augusto Pinochet, the former military dictator of Chile, to trial. This ruling was applauded by human rights organizations as a significant step toward ending the legal impunity of governments. Such impunity has been responsible for states escaping prosecuting for torture, political killings and genocidal assaults on Native peoples. The Spanish ruling came 25 years after Pinochet took power in a CIA-backed coup that overthrew the democratically elected socialist government of Salvador Allende. During 17 years of military rule, Pinochet reversed the social and economic reforms of Allende. In pioneering many of the policies of privatization and free trade that have since been widely adopted throughout the hemisphere, Pinochet's regime carried out what Amnesty International has called "a planned systematic, widespread policy of violation of fundamental human rights," directed against anyone who might oppose the changes. Pinochet stepped aside to allow a return to civilian rule in 1990. Before that, he granted himself a permanent position in government. Years earlier, he had granted himself immunity from prosecution for any human rights violations committed under his regime. Since the return to civilian rule, the Chilean government officially acknowledged 2,095 confirmed extrajudicial executions and deaths under torture during the Pinochet regime, as well as 1,102 "disappearances" where the exact fates of the disappeared victims remain unknown. The actual toll of Pinochet's internal war is generally believed to be much higher, including uncounted incidents of torture and arbitrary arrest.

84. Indigenous Peoples' Literature
Site Contents Indigenous Peoples Survival Foundation Indigenous Nations Native American Art What Is Unique to This Site Discovering What Has Always Been There Choose from Site Index Root Directory Site Index (with music) Site Map (Graphical) What Was New in 1999 What Was New in 1998 What Was New in 1997 What Was New in 1996 Chiapas Menu Indigenous Peoples of Mexico Aztecs Huichol Kiliwa Mayas Native Nations/Languages of Mexico Purepecha Tarahumara Tlahui Yaqui Zapoteco Mexican Stories Bridging Worlds Garbage People Husband/Wife Team Heal Spirit Lost In Mexico Maya Indians No Longer Hide Faith Mexico Honors Indians of the Past? Mexico's Indigenous Peoples United Mexico's Indigenous Peoples Expanding Millennium of the Chile Not All Mexicans Speak Spanish Running for Peace and Dignity Six Racers: Running for Their Lives Soy Indio Tarahumara Victim Treaty of Guadalupe We Smell a Stereotypical Rat Zapatistas Inspire Grassroots Java Menu Text Menu The Americas Artists Columbus 1492 Daily Inspirational Words Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceania

85. Chile - Thematic Reports
The SR also noted that the Mapuche in southern chile are among the indigenous peoplesin various parts of the world who live in precarious economic conditions.
Thematic Reports
Mechanisms of the Commission on Human Rights
Disappearances, Working Group on enforced or involuntary: E/CN.4/1999/62 , paras. 75-78) During the period under review, no new cases of disappearance were transmitted by the Working Group to the government. The vast majority of the 912 reported cases of disappearance occurred between 1973 and 1976 under the military government, and concerned political opponents of the military dictatorship from various social strata, most of them activists in Chilean left-wing parties. Those responsible for the disappearances were members of the army, the air force, the Carabineros and persons acting with the acquiescence of the authorities. During the period under review, no new information on these cases was received from the government. Education, Special Rapporteur on the right to: E/CN.4/1999/49 , Tables 2, 4, 5, 6) The report provides statistical data on public expenditure on education in relation to gross national product, gender imbalance in net enrolment in primary school, percentage of primary school teachers who are female and compulsory education. Sale of children, child prostitution, child pornography, Special Rapporteur on the:

86. UNO_Com98_Inuit
In June last year, the second workshop was hosted by chile and along with otherIndigenous peoples representatives we supported the efforts to establish a
UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS SESSION ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES: GENEVA, MARCH 26 - 27, 1998 résumé en français Presention by Aggaluk Lynge, President, Inuit Circumpolar Conference . Thank you Mr. Chairman. First of all, thank you for allowing me to take the floor on indigenous peoples Issues. I am the President of the inuit Circumpolar
Conference, which is an international organization representing 130.000 Inuit from Canada, Alaska, Greenland and Chukotka from the Russian Federation. We obtained a status as Non-Governmental Organization with consultative status within United Nations in 1983 and have since then been actively and directly involved with the activities through the U.N. Working Group On Indigenous Populations, mainly in drafting the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. which now is in the hands of the members of this important body, Commission on Human Rights. Mr. Chairman;
As you are aware, the drafting-process of this Draft Declaration has been on it.s way in 11 years with direct participation of Indigenous Peoples from all over the world and it was adopted by the Working Group On Indigenous Populations in 1994 and endorsed by the Sub Commission On Prevention Of Discrimination And Protection Of Minorities on its 46th session. In 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997, we from Inuit Circumpolar Conference, along with other indigenous peoples organizations, representing all directions of the world accepted the current text of the draft declaration as an expression of the minimum

87. Indigenous Peoples (2)
en que...... indigenous peoples (2). Historia natural y moral de las Indios microformImprint Sevilla I. de Leon, 1590.

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Historia natural y moral de las Indios [microform]
Imprint: Sevilla: I. de Leon, 1590.
Description: en que se tratan las cosas notables del cielo, y elementos, metales, plantas, y animales dellas, y los ritos, y ceremonias, leyes, y gouierno, y guerras de los Indios/ compuesta por Joseph de Acosta. 535 p.; 21 cm.
Indians in Brazil, 1977-1986: pamphlets.
Coverage: Racial groups in Brazil.
Imprint: Brazil: various publishers, 1977-1986.
Description: 8 items ; ill., maps. Princeton University Latin American pamphlet collection.
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88. Resultados
CONADI). Government organisation responsible for the welfare of chile'sindigenous peoples. Idioma/language Spanish Culturachile.

89. Mapuche People (Chile)
Location. These areas are in southern chile (south of Bio Bio River) and thename is the indigenous (mapuche) name, original but unknown in the world.
Mapuche people (Chile)
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Keywords: mapuche huillche huenteche lafquenche ... tehuelche
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by Jaume Ollé , 08 Nov 1996 See also:
Origin of the Mapuche Flags
In 1992, in the V Centenary of the discovery of America, the Mapuche people adopted a national flag that was presented for the first time to the Spanish king in his visit to Chile. The flag is based on the Nagche regional flag , but is quite different in the border, the stripes (only three) and the central emblem. Jaume Ollé , 08 Nov 1996 In the spring of 1991 in Valdivia was celebrated a convention called Meli Witram Mapu of the Mapuche People. The adoption of a national flag was aborted and 500 projects were presented. Five projects were selectioned for the five regions of the Mapuches ( Lafquenche Pehuenche Huillche Huenteche and Nagche ); afterwards, the discussion was continued for the adoption of a national flag (similar process was follow in

90. DECLARACIÓN DE LA JUVENTUD INDÍGENA, Santiago Chile, Deciembre De 2000
Asociación Aymara Inti-Marka, chile.
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 ofrece 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.
  • Demandamos la inmediata implementación de la historia oral de nuestros Pueblos a los programas oficiales de educación en todos sus niveles.
  • 91. Congrès International Des Américanistes .html
    Santiago de chile, June 2003). The beginning of the third millenium finds Indigenouspeoples of the Americas in a radically different situation from where theyès_internation
    CALL FOR PAPERS International Congress of Americanists (June 2003, Santiago de Chile). "Indigenous Rights, Dialogy and Relations to National States" Coordenacion/Convenor : Adolfo de Oliveira, U. of St.Andrews, Scotland. email: It is only a preliminary proposal, as the final program will be defined by the beginning of next year. Proposal - Simposium (International Congress ofAmericanists, Santiago de Chile, June 2003) "Indigenous Rights, Dialogy and Relations to National States" Coordenacion/Convenor: Adolfo de Oliveira, U. of St.Andrews, Scotland. email: The beginning of the third millenium finds Indigenous peoples of the Americas in a radically different situation from where they found themselves a mere few decades before. One has only to remember how, not more than thirty or forty years ago, Indian voices were taken only as laments of a fading reality, inexorably destined to vanish, to realize how their contemporary situation has changed. Presently, we witness the emergence of their voices imposing themselves upon national states as a legitimate part in a relation that is forcibly shaped as an inter-ethnic dialogue. Throughout the continent Indigenous peoples have tried, with different degrees of success, to establish some measure of autonomy and self-determination in relation to the national they find themselves encompassed by. An underlying motif seems to obtain in all, or most of these attempts: the establishment of a dialogical relation with national states, in which there can be enough horizontality to allow Indigenous peoples to actively control their own destinies.

    92. Press Releases - Indigenous People
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    94. Lawlink NSW: Mapuche People
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    Resolution On The Mapuche In Chile
    Resolution Of The General Assembly Of The Unrepresented Nations And Peoples Organization
    Resolution on the situation of human rights and indigenous minorities in Argentina, The European Parliament

    Document presented by the delegation from the Mapuche Inter-regional Council
    Indigenous peoples' right to land: international standards and possible developments. The cultural value of land and the link with the protection of the environment. The perspective in the case of Mapuche-Pehuenche
    Lorenzo Nesti
    Indigenous Peoples Rights In Chile:
    José Aylwin
    The Pehuenche, the World Bank Group and ENDESA S.A. Violations of Human Rights in the Pangue and Ralco Dam Projects on the Bío-Bío River, Chile

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