Indigenous Affairs 2/02 - Bolivia

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 64
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Country publication is about: Bolivia
Region publication is about: Latin America, América Latina
Release year: 2002
Release month / day: jun-02

Tags: Global governance, Human rights

This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on the issues affecting the indigenous population of Bolivia. Editorial by Alejandro Parellada Bolivia The agrarian process in Bolivia: frustrations with the regulation of land titles by Leonardo Romero Bonifaz and Ana Cecilia Betancur The reality of the regularisation of agricultural land titles: the titling process for the Monte Verde indigenous territory by Leonardo Romero Bonifaz and Ana Cecilia Betancur For the safeguard of indigenous territory and participation by Carlos Mamani Condori Interview with Marcial Fabricano by Alejandro Parellada A superimposition of lands or a superimposition of interests by Juan Carlos Rojas Calizaya We women of Izozog by Zulama Barahona and Felicia Barrientos Indigenous territorial management: two-pronged territorial control by Alcides Vadillo Pinto The path to autonomy: indigenous municipalities and state pluralisation by René Orellana H.

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