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

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 148
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2000
Release month / day: jan-00

Tags: Global governance, Climate

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 hydroelectric dam-project was forced through in Norway by Ande Somby page 56 Guatemala The Chixoy dam: the Aya Achi genocide. The story of a forced resettlement by Jaroslava Colajacomo page 64 Namibia A case study on the proposed Epupa hydropower dam by Andrew Corbett page 80 Malaysia The resettlement of indigenous peoples affected by the Bakun Hydro-electric project Sarawak by Jacqueline K. Carino page 90 Philippines A case study on the Ibaloy people and the Agno river basin, Province of Benguet by Jacqueline K. Carino page 102 Chile The Mapuche-Pewenche people and hydroelectric development by Aldisson Anguita page 114 Canada Lake Winnipeg regulation Churchill-Nelson river diversion project and the Crees of northern Manitoba by Luke M. A. Hertlein page 120 Submission from Hydro-Québec page 136 Inter American Development Bank: Indigenous peoples and community development unit by Anne Deruyttere page 143

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