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The Indigenous World 1994-95

This book provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1994 and 1995 among indigenous peoples in Asia, Africa, the Arctic, the Pacific and the Americas.

The Indigenous World 1993-94

This book provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1993 and 1994 among indigenous peoples in Asia, Africa, the Arctic, the Pacific and the Americas.

Yearbook 1992

This book provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1992 among indigenous peoples.

Yearbook 1991

This book provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1991 among indigenous peoples.

Yearbook 1990

This book provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1990 among indigenous peoples.

Yearbook 1989

This book provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1989 among indigenous peoples.

People in Between

Madang Province, Papua New Guinea - an area of tropical rainforest. With the proliferation of transnational timber companies, "development" has come to the area. Papua New Guinea's more than 700 societies have now become dependent on commercial logging. This document deals with one such project

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Yearbook 1988 - IWGIA 20 Years

This book provides an overview of the present situation and crucial developments in 1988 among indigenous peoples.

Indigenous survival among the Barí and Arhuaco: Strategies and perspectives

This document is a collection of articles and material comparing the problems and issues facing the Barí and Arhuaco nations of Venezuela and Columbia. Loss of lands from invading companies and colonists is contrasted with threats to their culture from missionaries. The document not only charts

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The Aripuana Park and the Polonoroeste Programme

The Polonoroeste programme is a World Bank-funded colonisation project in central Brazil. This document looks at the indigenous peoples of the Aripuana Park which lies in the path of the development plan. The authors, anthropologists who have lived with the Cinta Larga and Surui Indians of the

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The Anatomy of a Land Invasion Scheme in Yekuana Territory, Venezuela

This publication documents the Parú-Cacuri invasion on the basis of newspaper reports, and documents submitted to various official authorities. This is done to substantiate the Yekuana viewpoint regarding the significance of their land, and to out line their own attitude toward the development

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IWGIA - International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs - is a global human rights organisation dedicated to promoting, protecting and defending indigenous peoples’ rights. Read more.

Indigenous World

IWGIA's global report, the Indigenous World, provides an update of the current situation for indigenous peoples worldwide. Read The Indigenous World.

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