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Since his election in 2006 he has promoted policies to advance the rights of the Indigenous movement. Of Bolivia's population of 10.6 million people, 62 percent identify themselves as belonging to an Indigenous community, making it the Latin American ...
Bolivian President Evo Morales entered office in part thanks to Bolivia's politically organized and potent Indigenous movement. In an email interview, Linda Farthing, a writer and editor specializing in Bolivia and Latin America whose latest book is ...

A Bolivian friend of mine made a comment to me with a hint of irony: "We have a magnificent Constitution in Bolivia, but all the laws are unconstitutional". This is obviously an exaggeration, but the problem does exist. The destructive .... The danger ...
Drawing by Bolivian artist Pablo Ruiz. The Sinsinawa Dominican nuns, who held 100 Oxy shares, proposed that the oil multinational hire an independent firm to analyze the potential impact on the company's stock if the U'wa people's pledge to commit ...
In places like Bolivia, Native peoples wielding considerable electoral and economic power tend to focus on seeking direct representation within the national government and thus frequently align politically with other racial or ethnic groups with ...
What are the practical steps to push for recognising the rights of indigenous people around the world? Our expert panel shares their thoughts.

What are the practical steps to push for recognising the rights of indigenous people around the world? Our expert panel shares their thoughts.
The progressive cycle arose in popular rebellions that brought down neoliberal governments (Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina) or eroded their continuity (Brazil, Uruguay).
The progressive cycle arose in popular rebellions that brought down neoliberal governments (Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina) or eroded their continuity (Brazil, Uruguay).
He's led an extraordinary indigenous movement in Bolivia, but he's not the only one. Bolivia's popular grassroots movements are an inspiring phenomenon that won't go away.
The progressive cycle arose in popular rebellions that brought down neoliberal governments (Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina) or eroded their continuity (Brazil, Uruguay).
The voice of indigenous people was also buoyed by the interventions made by Bolivian President Evo Morales, the first indigenous president of the South American country who echoed calls made by indigenous leaders to transcend capitalism in order to ...
This is a major development in the international Indigenous movement, as the "interrelationship" between nature and culture for the first time was formally recognized in an important international document.
... by popular uprisings, led by Indigenous organisations with radical left-oriented politics, has contributed to a regional shift that ushered in the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela and later the election of Evo Morales' Movement Toward socialism ...
... by popular uprisings, led by Indigenous organizations with radical, left-oriented politics, have contributed to a regional shift that ushered in the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela and later, the election of Evo Morales' Movement Toward ...
Lucio Gutierrez, a leader of the 2000 military rebellion, was elected president in 2002 with the support of the country's largest Indigenous movement, CONAIE, on the back of promises to break with neoliberalism. ... Correa said in a recent talk to ...
Lucio Gutierrez, a leader of the 2000 military rebellion, was elected president in 2002 with the support of the country's largest Indigenous movement, CONAIE, on the back of promises to break with neoliberalism. ... Correa said in a recent talk to ...

It seems that the Pope's scheduled visit in July to Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay - three relatively peripheral nations with large Indigenous populations - became the occasion for this encounter.
Here in Bolivia I have heard a phrase which I like: "process of change". Change seen not as something which ..... To our brothers and sisters in the Latin American Indigenous movement, allow me to express my deep affection and appreciation of their ...
Several months ago, we met in Rome, and I remember that first meeting. In the meantime I have kept you in my thoughts and prayers.
He also spoke of his "deep affection and appreciation" for the Latin American Indigenous movement's "quest for a multiculturalism which combines the defense of the rights of the native peoples with respect for the territorial integrity of states ...
I pray that Our Lady of Mount Carmel, patroness of Bolivia, will allow this meeting of ours to be a leaven of change. 3. .... To our brothers and sisters in the Latin American Indigenous movement, allow me to express my deep affection and appreciation ...
We will proceed by analyzing the nature and impact of the Right-Left crossfire under five post Neo-Liberal regimes in Ecuador, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia and Venezuela. We will then proceed to evaluate the relationship of class forces resulting from ...
Pope Francis delivers a speech during the Second World Meeting of Popular Movements in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on July 9, 2015.
The twelve contributors debate many of the principal issues raised by experiences (incomplete though they may be) in Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Cuba, Nicaragua and El Salvador, as well as addressing similar topics more broadly across the region. The ...
"It is unacceptable to me that there are NGOs and foundations operating under the pretext of defending the Indigenous movement. I want to make it clear that NGOs and foundations that obstruct natural resource ... a total of US$3 billion in Bolivia from ...
"It is unacceptable to me that there are NGOs and foundations operating under the pretext of defending the Indigenous movement. I want to make it clear that NGOs and foundations that obstruct natural resource ... a total of US$3 billion in Bolivia from ...
"It is unacceptable to me that there are NGOs and foundations operating under the pretext of defending the Indigenous movement. I want to make it clear that NGOs and foundations that obstruct natural resource ... a total of US$3 billion in Bolivia from ...
This means, according to the Bolivian sociologist Silvia Rivera who used the Aymara term to interpret Bolivian society, that their evaluation of the Morales government is not black or white, or even gray: it is all of them at the same time.
I was in this position from 2005 to 2009. It was during my term that the UNDRIP was finally adopted. The activities leading up to this groundbreaking adoption was definitely one of the biggest challenges facing the whole Indigenous movement. It took ...
I was in this position from 2005 to 2009. It was during my term that the UNDRIP was finally adopted. The activities leading up to this groundbreaking adoption was definitely one of the biggest challenges facing the whole Indigenous movement. It took ...
Bolivia's Contested Process of Change. by BENJAMIN DANGL. A fist fight broke out in a local campesino ... Such events point to the contested nature of Bolivian politics within and without the so-called "process of change" under Morales. Popular ...
Bolivia's Contested Process of Change: Views From a Regional election. Details: Written by Benjamin Dangl: Published: 31 ... Such events point to the contested nature of Bolivian politics within and without the so-called "process of change" under ...
A caravan of buses, security vehicles, Indigenous leaders and backpackers with Che T-shirts wove their way down a muddy road through farmers' fields last Wednesday to the pre-colonial city of Tiwanaku, where Bolivian President Evo Morales was ...
A caravan of buses, security vehicles, Indigenous leaders and backpackers with Che T-shirts wove their way down a muddy road through farmers' fields last Wednesday to the pre-colonial city of Tiwanaku, where Bolivian President Evo Morales was ...
A caravan of buses, security vehicles, Indigenous leaders and backpackers with Che T-shirts wove their way down a muddy road through farmers' fields last Wednesday to the pre-colonial city of Tiwanaku, where Bolivian President Evo Morales was ...
The Indigenous movement became a central political actor in national politics, and the CONAIE has been based in this building for nearly a quarter of a century because Indigenous politics need a base in the capital.


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