Indigenous Affairs 1-2/07 - First year of Evo Morales' presidency

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 92
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Country publication is about: Bolivia
Region publication is about: Latin America, América Latina
Release year: 2007
Release month / day: jun-07

Tags: Global governance, Human rights

The theme for this edition of Indigenous Affairs is the first year of Evo Morales' presidency.

Content:

Editorial
The history of a Bolivia in search of change

  • by Xavier Albó


Interview with Xavier Albó

  • by Julio Peñaloza Bretel


The struggel for natural resources. From exclusion and plunder to return of the Land

  • by Susana Rivero Guzmán


Renewing the land reform

  • by Leonardo Tamburini


Constituent assembly

  • by Carlos Romero Bonifaz


An indigenous commodity and its paradoxes. Coca leaf in a globalised world

  • by Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui


Interview with Carlos Hugo Molina. "The change has not been driven by the elite"

  • by Javier Méndez Vedia


Interview with Pedro Nuni Caiti. "There's a gap there, in the dark, to move forward"

  • by Javier Méndez Vedia


Interview with Jose Bailaba Parapaino. "A high level of participation is being shown"

  • by Javier Méndez Vedia


"Our struggle goes beyond democracy"

  • by David Choquehuanca


The Indigenous face of Bolivia: Confronting the racist intelligentsia

  • by Julio Peñaloza Bretel
 
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