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abyayala_v06n01_02_p017.pdf

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Conoco Oil withdraws from Huarorani territory, in part from a letter explaining why oil exploitation must be prevented.

Calendar_Of_Events.pdf
A copy of a calendar of international events related to indigenous populations from November 29, 1993 to March 1994.

abyayala_v08n1_2_p032.pdf
If indigenous peoples and others harmed by irresponsibly discarded hazardous waste from Texaco can prove the decisions regarding that discarding were made in their New York headquarters, the case will be heard by the US federal court in New York. The…

Vol. 1, no. 2 (5).pdf
The federation of Shuar organizations had been recognized by the national government of Ecuador.

Vol. 2, no. 1 (8-9).pdf
Ecuador, along with Bolivia and Peru, is one of the countries in South America with the highest Indian population.

Vol. 2, no. 2 (9).pdf
Survival International has sent the
following urgent action bulletin:

Ecuador_Indigenous_People_Push_for_Ratification_of_ILO_Convention_169.pdf
The Indigenous people of Ecuador held demonstrations and marches to push for the ratification of International Labor Organization's Convention 196. This would legally recognize the multiculturalism of the nation for the first time.

Vol.  2, no. 3 (10).pdf
According to a bulletin called Veneno para el desayuno (Poison for Breakfast) from the coordinator of community health teams and Abya-yala Editions of Quito, Ecuador uses 23 pesticides, including ten that are banned in most of the world.

abya yala p31-32.pdf

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In the face of further threats of environmental destruction at the hands of oil companies, Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) and Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of the Ecuadorian Amazon (CONFENIAE) occupied the…

Ecuador.pdf

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This article details the accounts of the United States based oil company, Occidental, attempting to persuade indigenous peoples to allow them to use the land for monetary gain.

Ecuadorian_Indigenous_Movement_Threatened.pdf
Concern develops when COICA's headquarters in Ecuador is victimized by burglary and hate crimes. The indigenous community worries such events signal a development of opposition.

Indian_communities_trapped_by.pdf

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More than 300 indigenous communities have been affected by military conflict taking place along the Peruvian-Ecuadorian border.
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