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Empowering Native Women: New Initiatives to Reclaim Indigenous Women's Status in Central America

Volume 10, no. 1

EMPOWERING NATIVE WOMEN: NEW INITIATIVES TO RECLAIM INDIGENOUS WOMEN'S STATUS IN CENTRAL AMERICA

It is important to pay attention to women's roles as managers of territories and transmitters of cultural identity,Focusing on two regions of Central America where small-scale Indigenous women's initiativesĀ are encountering success at re-inserting women as dynamic members of their societies.

Interview with Mauricia Castro

Volume 7, no. 3-4

INTERVIEW WITH MAURICIA CASTRO

An interview between SAIIC and Mauricia Castro the president of FETRIXI about her involvement in the Federation of Xicaque Tribes of Yoro, the state of Honduras, and rights of her fellow country women.

First South and Central American Women's Gathering Held in Lima

Volume 6, no. 1 & 2

FIRST SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICAN WOMEN'S GATHERING HELD IN LIMA

A gathering of Indigenous women held in Lima.

Absent Visions: A Commentary on the Women's Conference in Beijing

Volume 10, no. 1

ABSENT VISIONS: A COMMENTARY ON THE WOMEN'S CONFERENCE IN BEIJING

28.000 women from 185 countries met to attendĀ the Fourth World Conference of Women, but there were many factors that caused the imited panicipation of Indigenous women.

In Brief

Volume 10, no. 1

IN BRIEF

This journal introductory discusses some of the top stories and events that have taken place throughout Central America.