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  • Collection: Vol. 9, No. 1&2 (Noviembre 1995) (Spanish)

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (10-11).pdf
Indigenous peoples along the Rio Coco that splits the countries of Honduras and Nicaragua have been subjugated to unequal land and resource agreements. Because of the Sandinista government and the Nicaraguan civil war, indigenous peoples in the area…

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (12-13).pdf
Indigenous peoples consider the colonial and state borders as artificial barriers to their indigenous nations. The best way to maintain unity to fight state oppression is reinforce the right of consent by indigenous peoples.

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (14-15).pdf
In 1978, the government of Venezuela, bypassing the Ye'Kuana peoples, declared Duida-Murahuaca a National Park and Orinoco-Casiquare a "Biospheric Reserve." According to the Ye'Kuana, government bureaucrats have systematically ignored their…

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (16-17).pdf
Indigenous groups met to discuss autonomy, its implications, and how it could be achieved, with a focus on events in Chiapas.

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (18-19).pdf
In Brazil a revision of Decree 22/91 could leave indigenous lands in danger.

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (20).pdf
Indigenous peoples in the northern Argentinean Salta region wait for an official land title for the area where they live. They require a joint title for their communities in order to continue to live traditionally and not face threats by neighbor…

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (21).pdf
Indigenous people decide to try and stop the Human Genome Project. This project is collecting and studying genetic structures without the consent of almost extinct populations of indigenous peoples.

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (21).pdf
On July 21, 1995, the Indigenous Council of Central America (CICA) was founded, which integrates indigenous representatives from Guatemala to Panama, including Belize.

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (22-23).pdf
On April 18, 1995, a series of strikes organized by indigenous peasants and urban teachers forced the central government of Bolivia to declare a state of siege that has lasted three months. Sociologist Silva Rivera Cusicanqui interprets the reasons…

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (24-25).pdf
An interview with Leonardo Viteri about a response to negotiations with oil companies attempting to expand their operations into the Pastaza region, the AMAZANGA institute was formed. Since then, it has been on the forefront of new attempts to…

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (26-27).pdf
Asháninka communities in the Selva Central region of Peru have been forced to leave their lands due to guerilla violence. Mino Eusebio Castro, vice-president of the Inter-Ethnic Association for the Development of the Peruvian Rain Forest, talks about…

Volume 9 No. 1 & 2 (28-29).pdf
Lumber companies threaten the ecological balance of Chiloé and the lives of the Huilliche communities. Golden Spring, a multinational company, and others expect to exploit around 180,000 hectares of Chiloé's forests.
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