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 indigenous movement in Bolivia

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Bolivian President Evo Morales made a call to celebrate the Indigenous cultures of Bolivia, as he attended the music and dance festival of the Pinkillada, an Indigenous group located near ... They tried to take away our resources, our music and even tried to eliminate the Indigenous movement,” he recalled.
Evo Morales will soon have been the president of Bolivia for 12 years, heralding the ascent of the indigenous social movements to governmental power. .... concerned about Evo revolutionizing the indigenous movements in the region, and tries to tarnish his reputation as an indigenous movement leader.

At the Encounter in Times of Fragmentation, Bolivian activists talked of being betrayed. .... At the same time, she argues forcefully that “no indigenous movement up to now has fully acknowledged the difference that women make”, and this applies also to the organizations attending the Encounter.
Bolivian President Evo Morales is forging ahead with a plan to get around constitutional limits to stand for a fourth term in 2019, despite losing a February 2016 referendum on whether he could run again. His party, the Movement Toward Socialism, or MAS, presented a petition to Bolivia's electedテδづつ...
Indeed, the National Indigenous Movement's methodical and determined resistance has inspired a spectrum of Brazilian civil society to join forces under ... alliances with indigenous peoples from around the world, assembling leaders from Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Ecuador, Bolivia and Indonesia.
Imagine that your survival depended on defending your right to live where you are standing right now. Any day, the government could decide to start extracting oil or constructing a highway, exactly where your family goes to sleep every night, without consulting you. Just picture the mine or highway pollutingテδづつ...

Morales speaks at a ceremony of promulgation of the law that annuls the national park protection for Tipnis. Photograph: Raul Martinez Candia/Courtesy of Bolivian Presidency/Reuters. “This so-called colonial environmentalism isn't interested in the indigenous movement having schools, hospitals; they'reテδづつ...
President Evo Morales Ayma of Bolivia, addresses the General Assembly high-level event to mark the tenth anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations ... Delivering the keynote address, Evo Morales Ayma, the President of Bolivia, described how the indigenous movement in his country had broughtテδづつ...
Aurolyn Luykx: During the 1980s and 1990s, there was a growing realization by the Bolivian government that the high level of school abandonment in rural areas was due largely to the aggressive “castellanizacion”—or Spanish-only—policies of elementary schools, which made for an alienating and oftenテδづつ...
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 “Evo's Bolivia: Continuity and Change,” discusses the legalテδづつ...
Brazil's National Indigenous Movement: resolute in times of crisis ... from Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Ecuador, Bolivia and Indonesia.
Surprisingly, Bolivia does not escape from this pattern. ... years been opposed by environmentalists and the indigenous movement since it cutsテつ...
Surprisingly, Bolivia does not escape from this pattern. ... years been opposed by environmentalists and the indigenous movement since it cutsテつ...
An activist with a sign pasted on her mouth urging to resist Bolivian ... interested in the indigenous movement having schools, hospitals; they'reテつ...
"Thus brothers and sisters, today we all win, the whole Indigenous movement won, because we have demonstrated love, and above all peaceテつ...
Evo Morales, Bolivia's first indigenous president, came to power on the ... on education access or the Bolivian education sector generally?
... Election Looms, Its Fractured Indigenous Movement Takes Center ..... like Ricardo Ulcuango who was appointed ambassador to Bolivia.

Evo Morales Ayma, President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, at a ... have been the indigenous movement and women of varied socialテつ...
The Bolivian president celebrated International World's Indigenous People's Day ... policies to advance the rights of the Indigenous movement.
Bolivian President Evo Morales entered office in part thanks to Bolivia's politically organized and potent indigenous movement. In an emailテつ...
Here in Bolivia I have heard a phrase which I like: “process of ..... To our brothers and sisters in the Latin American indigenous movement, allow me to ... Street vendors selling Bolivian and Vatican flags pass a large image ofテつ...
Surprisingly, Bolivia does not escape from this pattern. ... years been opposed by environmentalists and the indigenous movement since it cutsテδづつ...
An activist with a sign pasted on her mouth urging to resist Bolivian ... interested in the indigenous movement having schools, hospitals; they'reテδづつ...
President Evo Morales Ayma of Bolivia, addresses the General ... the President of Bolivia, described how the indigenous movement in hisテδづつ...
Evo Morales, Bolivia's first indigenous president, came to power on the ... on education access or the Bolivian education sector generally?
Evo Morales, Bolivia's first indigenous president, came to power on the ... there was a growing realization by the Bolivian government that theテδづつ...
... a third consecutive term as Bolivian president, Rafael Correa's decision not to ... open conflict with the indigenous movement and public sector unions, ... This movement left's radicalism, particularly in Argentina, Bolivia, andテδづつ...
Last month, Bolivia passed new coca and drug control laws that ... who has been the head of the Bolivian coca grower's union since 1996, wasテδづつ...
Last month, Bolivia passed new coca and drug control laws that ... who has been the head of the Bolivian coca grower's union since 1996, wasテδづつ...
... Election Looms, Its Fractured Indigenous Movement Takes Center ..... like Ricardo Ulcuango who was appointed ambassador to Bolivia.
In 2008, President Evo Morales of Bolivia led an Indigenous movement, ... in including the Rights of Mother Earth in the Bolivian Constitution.
In 2008, President Evo Morales of Bolivia led an Indigenous movement, ... in including the Rights of Mother Earth in the Bolivian Constitution.
Evo Morales Ayma, President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, at a ... have been the indigenous movement and women of varied socialテδづつ...
With the exception of majority populations in places like Bolivia and ... Rock was meant to lend strength to the overall Indigenous movement.
The Bolivian president celebrated International World's Indigenous People's Day ... policies to advance the rights of the Indigenous movement.
Bolivian President Evo Morales entered office in part thanks to Bolivia's politically organized and potent indigenous movement. In an emailテδづつ...
Bolivian President Evo Morales entered office in part thanks to Bolivia's politically organized and potent indigenous movement. In an emailテδづつ...
Translator's note: Bolivia's Conamaq indigenous movement is currently a major grassroots critic of the policies of the Evo Morales governmentテδづつ...
Through the prism of Bolivian history, Red October and From Rebellion to Reform , meanwhile, tackled questions of Latin America's subordinate incorporation into the world market, the historical formation of capitalist states in the region, and the ...
... social movements around the world - from the Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa, to the Zapatista indigenous Movement in Mexico, to the movement against water privatization in Bolivia, to the Civil Rights movement in the United States, and more.
El levantamiento Indigena was the latest in a series of organized attempts to dethrone a head of state, something Ecuador's Indigenous movement has gained a notorious reputation for. In 1997, Indigenous activists in coalition with union workers ...
In 2008, President Evo Morales of Bolivia led an Indigenous movement, which rose out of a fight against a plan to privatize water, to create a government that is more reflective of the country's Indigenous principles.
Bolivian president touts women's progress amid effort to remain in office. By Lisa Nikolau on 23 January 2017 0 ... Bolivia's Evo Morales highlighted his government's efforts to include women, youth and indigenous people yesterday amid an effort to ...
It all began right here in Porto Alegre in 2001 when this city in the south of Brazil became a major site of popular mobilization.
The indigenous movement came out in support of the strike, calling a minga (the Quechua word for a collective work action) that brought forty-eight communities together to participate in roadblocks across eighteen departments.
By Pedro Rioseco Riberalta-La Paz, Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Bolivian President, Evo Morales' big dream - which is part of the 2020-2025 Agenda - is to achieve zero poverty and 100 percent provision of basic services in urban and rural areas of the country.
Staying true to their name, these Aboriginal women, ranging from Guatemala to Chile, from Bolivia to Colombia and Ecuador, have brought their voices this month to the United Nations climate change negotiations in Marrakech.
Canadian activist Clayton Thomas-Muller crossed the border between his country and the United States to join the Native American movement against the construction of an oil pipeline, which has become a model to follow in struggles by indigenous peopleテδづつ...
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テδづつ...
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 ...


 

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