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Indigenous Affairs 3/07 - Migration

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 52
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2007
Release month/day: okt-07
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The theme of this issue of Indigenous Affairs is Migration. Editor: Alejandro Parellada (email: Denne e-mail adresse bliver beskyttet mod spambots. Du skal have JavaScript aktiveret for at vise den.) and Alvaro Bello M. Content: Editorial Amrica: - Indigenous migration in Chile: trends and processes By Alvaro Bello M. - Ethnocide and identity in the Mexican exile of the Guatemalan Maya By Carlos Camacho Nassar Arctic: - Indigenous urbanism revisited - the case of Greenland By Frank Sejrsen Asia: - Extreme poverty and survival: Cordillera indigenous peoples as migrant workers By flora Belinan Africa: - Migration of indigenous peoples in Kenya to urban areas By johnson Mali ole Kaunga - Indigenous migration from rural to urban areas - The case of Cameroon By Ibrahim Njobdi

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