Posts Tagged: indigenous rights

Buen Vivir: Future or Past?

Buen vivir is an ideology that finds it origins with the indigenous people of the Ecuadorian Andes. There are other areas in South America that share similar ideologies that are placed under the umbrella of Buen Vivir. In 2008, this

Buen Vivir: Future or Past?

Buen vivir is an ideology that finds it origins with the indigenous people of the Ecuadorian Andes. There are other areas in South America that share similar ideologies that are placed under the umbrella of Buen Vivir. In 2008, this

Displacement of Indigenous Peoples in Brazil

Dossier There are few nations that treat a sport with as much reverence as Brazil treats soccer, or as it is known globally, football. To many, it is simply the greatest rallying point in society. And so, in 2014, the

Displacement of Indigenous Peoples in Brazil

Dossier There are few nations that treat a sport with as much reverence as Brazil treats soccer, or as it is known globally, football. To many, it is simply the greatest rallying point in society. And so, in 2014, the

IWGIA 2015 Yearbook Entry on Brazil – Brazil’s Violations of Indigenous People’s Rights for Development Projects

Maria de Lourdes Beldi de Alcantara, “Brazil”, entry in IWGIA, The Indigenous World 2015 online (April 21, 2015)  Click here to see full article The International Workgroup for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) 2015 Yearbook report for Brazil tracks human rights affairs

IWGIA 2015 Yearbook Entry on Brazil – Brazil’s Violations of Indigenous People’s Rights for Development Projects

Maria de Lourdes Beldi de Alcantara, “Brazil”, entry in IWGIA, The Indigenous World 2015 online (April 21, 2015)  Click here to see full article The International Workgroup for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) 2015 Yearbook report for Brazil tracks human rights affairs

Ferreira, Mariana, and Dominique Devine. “Theater of the Oppressed as a Rhizome Acting for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Today.” Latin American Perspectives 39, no. 2 (2012): 11-26. Accessed April 19, 2015.

The article written by Marian Ferreirra and Dominique Devine seeks to sheds light to the origins and power of the pedagogical theoretic frame of Augusto Boal’s the Theatre of the oppressed. To demonstrate the importance of the Theatre of the

Ferreira, Mariana, and Dominique Devine. “Theater of the Oppressed as a Rhizome Acting for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Today.” Latin American Perspectives 39, no. 2 (2012): 11-26. Accessed April 19, 2015.

The article written by Marian Ferreirra and Dominique Devine seeks to sheds light to the origins and power of the pedagogical theoretic frame of Augusto Boal’s the Theatre of the oppressed. To demonstrate the importance of the Theatre of the

Krovel, Roy. “Solidarity and Intercultural Communication in Chiapas, Mexico”

Citation: Krovel, Roy. “Solidarity and Intercultural Communication in Chiapas, Mexico.” Intercultural Communication Studies 18, no. 1 (2009): 21-32. Annotation: This article attempts to discuss the development in the understanding and implementation of human rights in Mexico by indigenous groups, specifically

Krovel, Roy. “Solidarity and Intercultural Communication in Chiapas, Mexico”

Citation: Krovel, Roy. “Solidarity and Intercultural Communication in Chiapas, Mexico.” Intercultural Communication Studies 18, no. 1 (2009): 21-32. Annotation: This article attempts to discuss the development in the understanding and implementation of human rights in Mexico by indigenous groups, specifically

Yashar, Deborah J. “Contesting Citizenship: Indigenous Movements and Democracy in Latin America.” Comparative Politics 31:1 (1998): 23-42.

SAMPLE ANNOTATION: From the Annotated Bibliography: “Indigenous Rights in Latin America: The Gap between Doctrine and Reality” By Dan Ruge, M.A. student at Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. Yashar, Deborah J. “Contesting Citizenship: Indigenous

Yashar, Deborah J. “Contesting Citizenship: Indigenous Movements and Democracy in Latin America.” Comparative Politics 31:1 (1998): 23-42.

SAMPLE ANNOTATION: From the Annotated Bibliography: “Indigenous Rights in Latin America: The Gap between Doctrine and Reality” By Dan Ruge, M.A. student at Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. Yashar, Deborah J. “Contesting Citizenship: Indigenous