Challenging Politics: Indigenous Peoples Experiences with Political Parties and Elections

Number of pages: 291
ISBN number: 87-90730-45-3
ISSN number: 0105-4503
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2001
Release month/day: jan-01

Tags: Global governance, Human rights

Indigenous peoples all over the world find themselves part of political systems that are not their own but created and defined by governments with alien rules and led by politicians. Over the last centuries, indigenous peoples have gained experience in dealing with these imposed systems of politics and with hitherto unknown social structures. The experiences are very diverse and the reactions to political systems vary. This book gives an impression of and some ideas and inspiration on the issue of involvement of indigenous peoples in national politics. It may be seen as the beginning of a process that will hopefully lead to further discussion and co-operation within the regions but also at an interregional level. The book is a compilation of articles initially written for a number of workshops on Indigenous Peoples' Experiences with Political Parties and Elections. The workshops took place between 1999-2000 in different regions of the world.
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