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This discussion paper traces the evolution of the concept of indigenous peoples in the UN system and aims at giving a better understanding of why the concept of indigenous peoples is relevant in an Asian context.

2014 May 6

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Johannes Rohr
This report examines the human rights situation of the 41 indigenous peoples living in the Northern and Asian territories of the Russian Federation. The history and the human rights situation of these groups is little known to most people, even within their own country, the Russian Federation.

This report offers a contribution to raising the visibility of the indigenous peoples of the Russian Federation and their serious and pressing human rights concerns, which require all parties involved to take immediate and effective action.

IWGIA - 2014

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Combined issue that brings together a mixture of different articles and perspectives on development, self-determination and the role of customary law. The articles touch upon indigenous peoples' economic, legal, social and political development.

IWGIA - 2010 December

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A short film on the production of pottery by the Awajun women of the Peruvian Amazon and its social, cultural, and economic significance

IWGIA, Ore-media - 2010 September

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Leslie Ray
This is the first book in English to examine the contemporary Mapuche: their culture, their struggle for autonomy within the modern-day nation state, their religion, language and distinct identity.

IWGIA - 2007 June

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This book is based on some of the presentations made at the 2005 National Conference on Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights held in Quezon City, the Philippines. It serves as a starting point for discussions on indigenous peoples' rights vis-á-vis the state in the Philippines, and in Southeast Asia.

IWGIA - 2007 February

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Stefano Varese
This book tells the story of the 30-year period during which "indigenous sovereignty" emerged from five centuries of banishment, first as an unauthorized and unspeakable taboo and then later as a major topic of national political contention.

IWGIA - 2006 June

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R.D. Munda & S. Bosu Mullick
The volume contains the most significant articles and documents on the Jharkhand movement, the oldest of the autonomy movements in India, which as recently resulted in the formation of a separate state by the name Jharkhand.

Birsa & IWGIA - 2003 June

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This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on the question of self-determination for indigenous peoples.The struggle for self-determination
is the fundamental pre-requisite for indigenous peoples to be able to enhance their rights and improve their situation.

IWGIA - 2001 October

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Shimreichon Luithui
Since more than 50 years, an indigenous people living in the mountainous Northeastern corner of the Indian Subcontinent has fought a silent war. Silent because this war has been largely ignored be the world.

IWGIA - 2001 June

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On December 22nd 1997, 32 women and 13 men in the los Naranjos encampment for displaced people in the community of Acteal, Chiapas, Mexico, were assasinated by heavily armed men.

IWGIA - 2001 June

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The Nunavut story told in this book by authors who have all been involved with Nunavut and Inuit politics for a very long time is an important one for indigenous peoples around the world and for anyone interested in indigenous issues.
Stressing the political dynamics of the beginning of Nunavut's autonomous life, the authors provide a clear and accurate account of a remarkable political process.

IWGIA - 2000 June

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This important collection of essays will be compulsory reading for all those who wish to have a better understanding of the dynamic processes of change which Mexico and its indigenous peoples have undergone at the end of the millennium.

IWGIA - 2000 June

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John B. Henriksen
The goal of this book is to create a basis for initial concrete evaluations of the question of establishing a joint political body for the Saami Parliaments elected by the Saami people in the three Nordic countries.

Nordic Sámi Institute & IWGIA - 1999 April

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Pedro García Hierro, Søren Hvalkof & Andrew Gray
This book is an attempt to reflect the process of implementing an ambitious project of territorial planning in the Ucayali region for the demarcation and titling of indigenous communities.

IWGIA - 1998 April

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This book is a collection of articles written by internationally known experts, activists and politicians. The document provides a broad and in-depth picture of the consequences of the Indonesian occupation of East Timor concentrating developments in recent years.

IWGIA - 1998 April

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Tony Simpson
This book aims to examine and critically analyse the possible legal mechanisms and processes which could be used by indigenous peoples in the protection and management of their cultural and intellectual property.

The Forest Peoples Programme & IWGIA - 1997 April

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Proceedings of the seminar on arrangements for self-determination by indigenous peoples within national states, 10-11 February, 1994, Law Faculty, University of Amsterdam

IWGIA - 1994 April

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This document looks at self-determination from the position of the indigenous peoples of Sámiland, Greenland and northern Canada and how they can fully express this right.

IWGIA - 1987 March

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IWGIA - 1971 January

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