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    Resources: 9 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Building our own history
    Mapuche America - South
    Conclusions of the Second National Conference of the Mapuche Cultural Centres of Chile.
    Ecuadorian Indigenous Nationalities to the nation and world
    Shuar America - South
    The Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) and the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of the Ecuadorian Amazon (CONFENIAE) met in an Encounter of Solidarity for Peace and Dignity in the city of Sucúa Ecuador, at the headquarters of the Interprovincial Federation of Shuar-Achuar Centers (FICSHA), on February 21-22, 1995 to analyze recent conflicts between Ecuador and Peru.
    Kollasuyu: No to the Racist Invasion
      America - South
    The Council of Amaut'as and Coordinating Centre of the major Indian group, MINKA issued a trenchant condemnation which took the opportunity to vilify racism at both ends.- in southern Africa as well as Bolivia itself. June 1977.
    Metis Nation
    Metis Canada - Western
    A resource site for Genealogical Research, HBC, Métis Culture and History.
    Reunion of the Mapuche Nation in Neuquen Argentina
      America - South
    Members of various Indigenous groups met to discuss the ways in which Chile and Argentina had neglected their rights and created a list of resolutions when they met May 3-7, 1992.
    Statement of Indigenous Nations, Peoples and Organizations
      America - South
    This statement was prepared and approved by representatives of the Indigenous peoples of the world present at the planning meetings held in New York for two days prior to the UN's Inauguration of the Year of the Worlds Indigenous Peoples. December 9, 1992.
    Tiwanaku Manifesto
    Aymara America - South
    The Tiwanaku Manifesto, issued in La Paz, Bolivia, in 1973, is a founding statement of Katarismo and reflects a synthesis of protest currents that made up that ideology.
    Update on Chiapas
    The following article is based on a proposal titled "Six Principles and Six Proposals" written by the Independent Indian Peoples Front (FIPI) and the Committee for the Support and Defense of Indian Rights (CADDIAC).
    We are peasants ... we are Indians
      America - South
    Colombia's major Indian Organisation, CRIC, was founded in the early 1970s. The following - extracted from their first Bulletin published in 1973 - remains the principal programme around which they have organised, with growing strength, for land rights over the last twelve years.

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