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Collection: Vol. 10, No. 4 (Fall 1997)
Vol. 10, no. 4 (Fall 1997) "ILO Convention 169 in Latin America"
The International Labor Organization and Indigenous Peoples
Numerous countries have adopted the conventions put forward by the ILO, which seeks to help increase communication between states and indigenous communities and protect indigenous rights.
the great Zapatista March- From Chiapas to Mexico City: September 8-16, 1997
Zapatistas have marched on Mexico City to protest the the militarization of indigenous regions, to demand the implementation of the San Andres Accords, and to renew peace talks.
The First International Seminar of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana
The First International Seminar of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana issued a declaration that indigenous peoples be granted a level of autonomy, that they have a voice in the funding of large projects on their lands, among other…
A letter of thanks to volunteers, staff, and contributors to SAIIC.
The ILO has a few programs that promote technical cooperation between states and indigenous groups.
SAIIC Annual Board Retreat- August 29 - September 1, 1997
The SAIIC board of directors, staff, and interns went on a retreat to refocus their goals.
Recommended Publications and Events
SAIIC recommended publications and events for their readers.
Negotiations on a Naval Base in Kuna Territory: Panama
The Kuna and Panamanian government have come into conflict over a proposed naval base on Kuna land to fight drug trafficking.
Items Available From SAIIC (Back Cover)
Items available from SAIIC
Interview with Margarita Gutierrez: Thoughts on Mexico and Convention 169
Margarita Gutierrez talks about the potential of Convention 169 helping indigenous groups in Mexico and other Latin American nations.
Indigenous Peoples in Costa Rica: On the Road to Extinction?: A look at ILO Convention 169 in Costa Rica
Legislation has been introduced in Costa Rica has been made in compliance with Convention 169, which has opened the door for indigenous groups to continue to work towards increased autonomy.