The Aché Indians: Genocide in Paraguay

Author: Mark Münzel
Number of pages: 82
Country publication is about: Paraguay, Paraguay
Region publication is about: Latin America, América Latina
Release year: 1973
Release month/day: jan-73

Tags: Human rights

The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how the basic human rights described in the United Nations Charter of Human Rights are denied to the Aché (Guayaki ) Indians of Paraguay, not through indifference or neglect , but by a deliberate Government policy of genocide disguised as benevolence. I feel that only very exact and detailed information can fulfill this purpose.
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