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Indigenous Affairs 3-4/02 - Indigenous Peoples in Urban Areas

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 72
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2002
Release month/day: nov-02
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This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on the effect of urbanisation on indigenous peoples and communities. Editorial: Indigenous Peoples and Urbanisation by Jens Dahl & Marianne Jensen Africa:The Living and working conditions of urban-based indigenous peoples by Johnson ole Kaunga Tribal Domestic Working Women in Delhi, India by Samar Bosu Mullick The Situation of Poor Indigenous Peoples in Baguio City - the Philippines by Geraldine Cacho and Joan Carling The Uncertain Future of the Embera of the Upper Sinú in Colombia by Fernando Castrillón Zapata, ONIC Ethnic Identity and Poverty:Indigenous Peoples in the Cities of Mexico by Tania Carrasco Mapuche Migration, Identity and Community in Chile: From Utopia to Reality by Alvaro Bello M. Urban Aboriginal Communities in Canada by Christopher Reid Urban Inuit in Canda. A case from Montreal By Nobuhiro Kishigami Urban Maori in Aotearoa/New Zealand By Kirsty Gover


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