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Colombia's indigenous struggle to avoid nation's internal war

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Title: Colombia's indigenous struggle to avoid nation's internal war
Author: Gaudin, Andrés
Subject(s): Latin America
Colombia
Nasa
Páez
indigenous
FARC
Juan Manuel Santos
La María reserve
Rodrigo Londoño
displacement
miltary
human rights
peace talks
paramilitarism
structural poverty
armed conflict
resource extraction
land expropriation
prior consultation
mineral exploitation
United Nations Development Program
hydrocarbons
mining
Abstract: This article discusses the recent progress in peace talks between FARC, Colombian indigenous groups, and the Colombian government. It also examines the marginalization and poverty experienced by Colombia's indigenous groups, a result of the detrimental effects of natural resource extraction (eg., minerals and hydrocarbons) and other large-scale economic development projects.
Date: 2012-09-14
Publisher: NotiSur - Latin America Data Base
Citation: Gaudin, A. (2012, September 14). Colombia's indigenous struggle to avoid nation's internal war. NotiSur 21(35): 1-3.
Description: Article re-posted with permission from the publisher as a PDF document as part of an Institutional Repository collection to aggregate Latin American energy policy, dialogue, white papers, reports, and educational materials.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/21182
Available at: http://ladb.unm.edu/notisur/2012/09/14-078742
ISSN: 1060-4189

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