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La Pachamama entra in politica. Comunità indigene, risorse naturali e conflitti ambientali

AuthorsGiraudo, Laura
KeywordsIndigenous Peoples
Environmental Rights
Nature and Natural Resources
Latin America
Issue DateAug-2014
PublisherSocietà editrice il Mulino
CitationEquilibri 2: 240-253 (2014)
Abstract[EN] In the framework of the Latin American identity politics, indigenous peoples have gained specific rights, while social conflicts around natural resources have become an important issue in the region. By focusing on land and environmental rights in the new Bolivian and Ecuadorian constitutions, the article analyses the emerging confrontation between collective land rights and governments' development agendas, and highlights longstanding stereotypes and timeless perceptions of indigeneity in widespread interpretations of environmental struggles
Publisher version (URL)https://www.rivisteweb.it/doi/10.1406/77706
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