• Consulta Indígena (Spanish)
    Summary: This site is a product of Project ISD that was created to house pragmatic tools related to indigenous consultation under international law. All of the resources found on this site are of available for free. That said, Project ISD is available to assist in understanding how best to use the resources and welcomes any suggestions for the development of new resources.
    URL: View Website


  • Electronic Version of Convention 169 (Spanish)
    Type: Pragmatic Tool
    Date: 2012
    Summary: ILO Convention 169 in a downloadable electronic form.
    View Online: Consulta Indígena Online
    Download: Mac | PC


  • Guide for Indigenous Consultation Under ILO Convention 169 (Aymara, Mapuzungun, Spanish)
    Type: Pragmatic Tool
    Date: 2012
    Summary: The purpose of this guide is to help indigenous individuals and leaders, public officials, NGOs and other relevant actors in the promotion of indigenous rights to understand better the right to consultation established by ILO Convention 169.
    Download: Aymara Version: PDF
    Mapuzungun Version: PDF
    Spanish Versions:
      PDF: Black and White | Color
      Electronic: View Online | Mac | PC


  • ILO Convention 169 and Chilean Law: Mechanisms and Obstacles for Its Implementation (Spanish)
    Type: Book (contributed one chapter)
    Date: 2012
    Summary: This book examines the implementation of ILO Convention 169 in Chile three years after its passage. Project ISD contributed one chapter to this book that examines Chilean law to determine where, and to what extent, it complies with the principles laid out by Convention 169.
    Download: View Book


  • Indigenous Consultation Checklist
    Type: Pragmatic Tool
    Date: 2011
    Summary: The Indigenous Consultation Checklist is a pragmatic took that can be used by indigenous peoples, organizations and/or governments to evaluate the consultation process and determine whether or not it complies with the requirements of international law.
    Download: English: Black and White | Color Spanish: Black and White | Color


  • Indigenous Institutions: A Right and a Necessity for Self-Determination (Spanish)
    Presented during: Workshop with the Mapuche communities of Tirúa
    Organized by: The Mapuche communities of Tirúa
    Location: Tirúa, Chile
    Date: June 4, 2011
    Summary: This presentation analyzed the role that indigenous institutions play in the implementation of collective rights, with special focus on the right of consultation.


    Summary: This site posts information about important news related to indigenous peoples living in Chile, as well as other events relevant to indigenous peoples living throughout South America. The purpose of this website is to raise awareness and understanding throughout the world about indigenous communities living in South America.
    URL: View Website


  • Program Amuleaiñ: December 3, 2011 (Spanish)
    Program: Program Amuleaiñ
    Radio Station: Radio Nuevo Mundo
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: December 3, 2011
    Summary: A conversation about the rights and situation of indigenous children. In addition, a new tool for consultation is introduced which helps identify the situations that require the State to consult with indigenous peoples.


  • Program Amuleaiñ: July 9, 2011 (Spanish)
    Program: Program Amuleaiñ
    Radio Station: Radio Nuevo Mundo
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: July 9, 2011
    Summary: Information about how indigenous consultation should occur, how the Chilean government's national indigenous consultation process has unfolded, and the release of a tool created by Project ISD, the "Indigenous Consultation Checklist."


  • The Atacameño People, Chile and Consultation: An Introduction and What the Atacameño People Can Do (Spanish)
    Presented during: A meeting of the members of the Atacameño community of Coyo
    Organized by: The Atacameño community of Coyo
    Location: Coyo, Chile
    Date: April 16, 2011
    Summary: This presentation introduced the right of consultation, what it means and how it is exercised. Special attention was given to what indigenous communities could do in order to facilitate the implementation of the right to consultation and other indigenous rights.