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1. Agenda 21 - Chapter 26 - Recognizing and Strengthening the Role of Indigenous People and their Communities.   ver detalle y comentar
Indigenous people and their communities have an historical relationship with their lands and are generally descendants of the original inhabitants of such lands. In the context of this chapter the term "lands" is understood to include the environment of the areas which the people concerned traditionally occupy. Indigenous people and their communities ver mas...
2/5/2004
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2. Centro de Pueblos Indígenas y Tribales (Centro – PIT)/The Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Centre (ITP-Centre).   ver detalle y comentar
Con el propósito de promover la participación de Pueblos Indígenas y Tribales en actividades que tratan de temas que están estrechamente relacionados con nuestras vidas y derechos, este sitio proporcionará enlaces con recursos existentes que pueden ayudar a generar un mejor entendimiento sobre asuntos de actualidad y proveer información relacionada ver mas...
2/24/2004
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3. Experience of Development with Tenure Rights of Indigenous Groups in Andean South America, Example Bolivia.   ver detalle y comentar


Experience of Development with Tenure Rights of Indigenous Groups in Andean South America, Example Bolivia

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7/25/2005Günther Mertins, Jürgen Popp
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4. IBIS - Education for Development.   ver detalle y comentar
Ibis is a membership-based and independent Danish development organisation working to secure indigenous people in Africa and Latin America equal access to education, influence and resources. ver mas...
3/11/2005
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5. Indian Law Resource Center .   ver detalle y comentar
For indigenous peoples, few things more compellingly bind together the past, present and future of their cultures than their relationship to their ancestral lands. The recovery and legal recognition of indigenous lands is essential to ensuring the survival of future generations. The Indian Law Resource Center includes land rights as a major focus of its ver mas...
2/5/2004
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6. Indigenous Environmental Network .   ver detalle y comentar
The Indigenous Environmental Network is an alliance of grassroots indigenous peoples. IEN has supported many communities with technical information, assisted in environmental campaign strategy, and has fulfilled its mandate to be a vehicle to provide a voice and to be the "eyes and ears" of tribal grassroots, traditional leadership and small disenfranchised tribes and Alaska villages on environmental justice issues. Grupos indígenas, medio ambiente, alianzas de pueblos ver mas...
7/27/2004
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7. Adobe PDFIndigenous Land Tenure and Tropical Forest Management in Latin America.   ver detalle y comentar
This article addresses the issues of indigenous territorial protection in Latin America, deforestation and tropical forest management. For an adequate management, it is necessary to assure security to the resource management and technical assistance to the indigenous population. Conventional models of land-tenure contained in national Indian, agrarian, ver mas...
7/5/2005Shelton H. Davis y Alaka Wali
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8. The Mesoamerican Environmental Law Program.   ver detalle y comentar
El Programa Mesoamericano de Derecho Ambiental (PMDA) es un programa de investigación aplicada, capacitación y apoyo legal. Se inició en el año de 1992 y se trata de un esfuerzo conjunto del Centro de Derecho Ambiental y de los Recursos Naturales, CEDARENA, de Costa Rica, el Instituto de Derecho Ambiental y Desarrollo Sustentable, IDEADS, de Guatemala y el Centro para la Responsabilidad Gubernamental, CGR, de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Gainesville, Florida, ver mas...
12/7/2003
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9. United Nations Commission on Human Rights / Indigenous Peoples.   ver detalle y comentar
The United Nations, its partners and indigenous peoples have developed a programme of work that sets standards in regards to indigenous peoples and their rights. An equally important process has been to review developments regularly. The Working Group on Indigenous Populations (WGIP) has attended to both these activities since ver mas...
2/5/2004
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