Indigenous Affairs 2/00 - Hunters and Gatherers

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 88
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2000
Release month / day: jul-00

Tags: Global governance, Human rights

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. Present Predicament of Hunter- Gatherers and Former Hunter-Gatherers of the Central African Rainforests by Justin Kenrick - page 10 Chad The Haddad of Chad by Ida Nicolaisen - page 26 India The Jarawa of the Adaman Islands by Sita Venkateswar - page 32 Indonesia Deforestation and the People of the Forest: The Orang Rimba or Kubu of Sumatra by Øyvind Sandbukt - page 39 Malaysia The Batek of Peninsular Malaysia: the Victims of Individuals by Colin Nicolas - page 48 The Philippines Negritos Hunters and Gatherers in the Philippines Today by Sabino G. Padilla - page 52 Australia Harvesting from Country: Contemporary Indigenous Subsistence in Australia's Native Title Era by Elspeth Young - page 56 The World Indigenous Whalers and Traditional Resource Management Knowledge by Tom Mexsis Happynook - page 64 Argentina An overview of the Hunter-Gatherers of the Gran Chaco: by Morita Carrasco - page 72 Obituary Dr. Bwire Kaare 1954-2000 By James Woodburn - page 77 Book Reviews Elusive Pygmies: a Review of Challenging Elusiveness: Central African Hunter-Gatherers in a Multidisciplinary Perspective by James Woodburn - page 78 Pygmées Baka: le Droit à la Différence by Karen Biesbrouck - page 84

 
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