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Indigenous Affairs 3/01 - Self-Determination

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. Contents: Editorial by Christian Erni

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Indigenous Affairs 2/01 - Militarization

The attempts by indigenous peoples to assert their unique identity and rights to self-determination often results in military repression and persecution. This issue of Indigenous Affairs examines these problems on a global scale. Out of print! Contents: Editorial Militarization and Human Rights

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The Indigenous World 2000-2001

With contributions from indigenous and non-indigenous scholars and activists, the 2000-2001 Indigenous World presents an overview of crucial developments in 2000 and early 2001 that have impacted on indigenous peoples.The Indigenous World 2000-2001 covers: The progress and setbacks in

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Indigenous Affairs 1/01 - Racism

This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on the racism and discrimination faced by indigenous peoples around the world. The first article focuses on global perspectives and international developments. There then follow articles on the situation of indigenous peoples in the United States, in

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Indigenous Affairs 3/00 - Indigenous Women

With articles from Asia, Latin America, Northern Scandivia, Africa & the Pacific this issue focuses on indigenous women; their special situation, their hopes and aspirations at the beginning of a new millenium. The articles reflect very clearly the serious problems indigenous women face;

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Indigenous Affairs 2/00 - Hunters and Gatherers

engThis issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on indigenous peoples who subsist as hunter-gatherers. Editorial By Esben Waehle - page 2 (Read the editorial) Southern Africa Taking their words from their mouths By Hugh Brody - page 4 Central Africa The Forest People of Africa in the 21st Century.

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Nunavut: Inuit Regain Control of their Lands and their Lives

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

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The Indigenous World 1999-2000

This yearbook provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1999 and 2000 among indigenous peoples in Asia, Africa, the Arctic, the Pacific and the Americas, with a special focus on indigenous women; It also presents reports on the work of the Open-ended Working

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Indigenous Affairs 3-4/99 - Dams, Indigenous Peoples and Ethnic Minorities

This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on the impact of dams on indigenous peoples around the world. Introduction by Marcus Colchester page 4 Consultive meeting on dams, indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities - Participants list page 55 Norway The Alta-case. a story about how another

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The Indigenous World 1998-99

This book provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1998 and 1999 among indigenous peoples in Asia, Africa, the Arctic, the Pacific and the Americas, with a special focus on indigenous women.

Saami Parliamentary Co-Operation: An Analysis

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. The first part of the report consists of general background material. These

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The Indigenous World 1997-98

This book provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1997 and 1998 among indigenous peoples in Asia, Africa, the Arctic, the Pacific and the Americas.

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Indigenous World

IWGIA's global report, the Indigenous World, provides an update of the current situation for Indigenous Peoples worldwide. Read The Indigenous World.

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