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State_Frontiers_and_Indian_Nations.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.

abya yala p18-20.pdf
The messenger of the Consejo de Todas las Tierras (All Lands Council) praises the Zapatistas while pointing out there is more to be done. In the interview, Huilcaman discusses autonomy, territory, indigenous rights, leadership, agrarian reform, and…

News_from_SAICC.pdf
Members of SAIIC and visitors meet at the Abya Yala Fund board meeting.

Chilean_Government_Obstructs_Mapuche_Participation_In_December_Elections.pdf
In 1991, 144 Mapuches were taken to court for occupying land that the Chilean government claims they have no right to own. While this case is in progess, Mapuche leader Aucan Huilcaman is denied eligibility to run for congress.

World_Conference_on_Human_Rights_Few_Real_Actions_to_Redress_Injuries.pdf
Results of the United Nations World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna, June 1993 disappoint indigenous populations with failure to address indigenous rights of self-government and self-determination.

Interview_With_SAIC_Margarita_Marta_Calfio_Montalva.pdf

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Margarita Marta Calfio Montalvo works closely with Mapuche youth in Temuco, Chile. She discusses urban cultures affects on Mapuche youth, her hopes for the future of the Mapuche youth, and challenges she faces as a women in the field of medicine.

Second Tribunal of the Mapuche Nation.pdf
The Council of All Land announces the Second Tribunal of the Mapuche Nation to analyze the violations committed against the Mapuche nation.

Urgent Action-Chilean Government Must Overturn The Convictions.pdf
SAIIC organizes a campiagn to demand the Chilean government to end its persecution of the Mapuche people.

Mapuches Convicted for Occupying Land.pdf
The Chilean government has convicted Mapuche people for the "illegal usurpation of land." The Chilean government have imposed harsh fines, which the Mapuche are attempting to appeal.

Mapuche_at_Summit_of_the_Americas.pdf
After the announcement of Chile's entry into the North American Free Trade Agreement, indigenous groups speak out against the potential economic and territorial consequences of the agreement for indigenous communities.

Volume 1 No. 1 (3).pdf
The Mapuche people are one of the groups most affected by the extreme oppression with which the Military government deals with most of the Chilean population.

Vol. 1, no. 3 (3-5).pdf
Traditional communities are subject to serious violations of their human rights since the military government was installed under General Pinochet in the bloody coup in 1973.
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