Indigenous Affairs 3-4/05 - Indigenous Youth

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 68
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2006
Release month / day: feb-06

Tags: Human rights

This thematic issue of Indigenous Affairs examines the issues affecting indigenous youth across the world Contents:

Editorial - by Alejandro Parallada and Kathrin Wessendorf

Latinamerica section
Argentina -

  • The Mapunky and the Mapuheavy Voices from the Margins By MapUrbe Communication Team

Colombia

  • Terror in the Pacific By Jenzerá Work Group

Buenaventura Declaration

Bolivia
We are Called Transformers By Maria Teresa Madani

The Second International Indigenous Youth Conference

Africa
Indigenous Peul Girls in Chad By Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim

Asia section
Philippines

  • Cordillera Youth: Continuing the Legacy for the Defense of Ancestral Land and Self-determination By Lilette Fatima R. Raquel

Thailand

  • Urban Migration and Hill Tribe Youth in Chiang Mai By Kwanchewan Buadaeng

Nepal

  • Indigenous Youth and the Armed Conflicts in Nepal By Luisang Waiba Tamang

Arctic section
Danish-speaking Students in Denmark - Language and Identity Conflicts By Laila Chemnitz

Inuit Youth in Canada By Franco Buscemi

 
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