Indigenous Affairs 1/05 - Indigenous Peoples and Education

Number of pages: 43
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2005
Release month/day: mar-05

Tags: Human rights

This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on education and indigenous peoples. Contents: Editorial - by Marianne Wiben Jensen Download the editorial as a PDF file here Education in the Canadian Arctic: What Difference has the Nunavut Government Made? - by Jack Hicks "We're going slowly because we're going far". Building an Autonomous Education System in Chiapas - by Stine Krøijer Indigenous Wisdom in Bilingual Intercultural Education: A Field of Struggle - by Jytte Vagner Education and the San of Southern Africa - by Jennifer Hays and Amanda Siegrühn Indigenous Peoples' Experiences with the Formal Education System: The Case of the Kenyan Pastoralists by Johnson Ole Kaunga Giving the Best Possible Start: Preschool Programme for Rural Indigenous Children in Sabah, Malaysia - by Anne Lasimbang
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