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Presentations (with audio):

  • Indigenous Persistence in the US: The Reservation System (Spanish)
    Presented during: The Seminar: Persistence and Continuity of Indigenous Peoples
    Organized by: Instituto Profesional de Chile and el Centro de Estudios e Investigación “Iñche”
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: August 3, 2011
    Summary: This presentation offers a look at the reservation systems at work in the United States and how they can provide spaces for self-determination as well as possibilities for economic and cultural development.
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    [1] Introduction
    [2] Cecilia Mendoza Yere
    [3] Alejandro Soto Coña
    [4] Cecilia Mendoza Yere
    [5] Laura Seelau
    [6] Alejandro Soto Coña

    Presenters:

    Cecilia Mendoza Yere, President of the Lickanantay association “Chuasama”

    María Huenuñir Antihuala, Mapuche poet, Council of Poets of the World

    Laura Seelau, attorney and expert on international indigenous law

    Alejandro Soto Coña, Professor of History and Social Sciences

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  • Indigenous Self-Determination in Practice: Conceptualizing Indigenous Self-Determination and Identifying Implementation Strategies (Spanish)
    Presented during: International Seminar: Equality, Interculturality and Decolonization: Challenges for All Citizens of Chile Today
    Organized by: Observatorio Ciudadano
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: November 29-30, 2011
    Summary: The presentation provides a conceptual framework to analyze self-determination. The framework states that self-determination exists on a scale and exists in different thematic areas. The presentation explores these properties of self-determination and also analyzes how indigenous self-determination in Chile operates presently.
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Radio:

  • 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.

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  • Program Amuleaiñ: July 16, 2011 (Spanish)
    Program: Program Amuleaiñ
    Radio Station: Radio Nuevo Mundo
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: July 16, 2011
    Summary: A conversation about indigenous rights in Chile.

     

  • 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.”

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  • Winkulhue, Mapuche Cultural News: June 9, 2011 (Spanish)
    Program: Winkulhue, Noticiero Cultural Mapuche
    Radio Station: Radio Municipal de Lampa
    Location: Lampa, Chile
    Date: June 9, 2011
    Summary: Presented information about indigenous self-determination.

     

  • Program Amuleaiñ: January 29, 2011 (Spanish)
    Program: Program Amuleaiñ
    Radio Station: Radio Nuevo Mundo
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: January 29, 2011
    Summary: This conversation touched on the history of the right to self-determination in international law, and its role under ILO Convention 169 and the UN Declaration.

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  • Program Amuleaiñ: January 22, 2011 (Spanish)
    Program: Program Amuleaiñ
    Radio Station: Radio Nuevo Mundo
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: January 22, 2011
    Summary: A discussion about the history of indigenous peoples in the United States, as well as a conversation on the significance of self-determination and how it functions in practice.

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  • Program Amuleaiñ: January 15, 2011 (Spanish)
    Program: Program Amuleaiñ
    Radio Station: Radio Nuevo Mundo
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: January 15, 2011
    Summary: A conversation about indigenous self-determiatnion and the document, “Taking Indigenous Self-Determination in Chile Seriously,” which explores the theme of how the right to self-determination can look in practice by examining examples from U.S. tribes.

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  • Program Amuleaiñ: December 25, 2010 (Spanish)
    Program: Program Amuleaiñ
    Radio Station: Radio Nuevo Mundo
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: December 25, 2010
    Summary: A discussion about indigenous rights, the experiences of indigenous peoples in the United States dealing with self-determination, and Project ISD’s continuing work.

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  • Program Amuleaiñ: December 18, 2010 (Spanish)
    Program: Program Amuleaiñ
    Radio Station: Radio Nuevo Mundo
    Location: Santiago, Chile
    Date: December 18, 2010
    Summary: A talk about the work of Project ISD and the topic of self-determination. Specifically, a look at the question: What can indigenous peoples do themselves in order to help implement indigenous rights?

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