his yearbook contains a comprehensive update on the current situation of indigenous peoples and their human rights, and provides an overview of the most important developments in international and regional processes during 2008. Over 60 indigenous and non-indigenous scholars and activists provide their insight and knowledge to the book.
The Indigenous World 2009 is an essential source of information and indispensable tool for those who need to be informed about the most recent issues and developments that have impacted on indigenous peoples worldwide. It is published in English and Spanish.
From the contents:
Part I. Country Reports
The Circumpolar North.
Mexico and Central America
Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific
East and South East Asia
North and West Africa
The Horn of Africa and East Africa
Part II. International processes.
Part III. General information
Includes maps, 63 country reports and 8 reports on international processes.