Indigenous Affairs 1/03  - Indigenous Poverty: An Issue of Rights and Needs

Number of pages: 48
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Region publication is about: Africa, África, International, Internacional
Release year: 2003
Release month/day: apr-03

Tags: Climate action, Human rights

This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on the issue of indigenous poverty. Contents: Editorial by Diana Vinding Download the editorial here Africa Sustainable Livelihoods for Pygmy Peoples by Dorothy Jackson Asia Poverty and Indigenous Peoples with Special Reference to India by Tiplut Nongbri 'Seven Fortunes vs. Seven Calamities' Cultural Poverty from an Indigenous Perspective by John Bamba Americas Rights vs. Poverty? Is this Really the Issue? by María Teresa Quispe International Indigenous Peoples and Poverty Reduction: Experiences from Implementation of the Danish Strategy for Support to Indigenous Peoples by Susan Ulbæk
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