For Indigenous Peoples, land rights are only half the battle

LIMA, Peru (17 December, 2012) – While indigenous people in Latin America are increasingly gaining rights to their traditional homelands, obstacles ranging from unclear legislation to entrenched power brokers have prevented them from having any real say over governance or their natural resources, a new analysis says. Anne Larson, a scientist with the Center for […]

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