IWGIA

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IWGIAInternational Work Group for Indigenous Affairs
IWGIAInternational Working Group on Indigenous Affairs
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1994, <<Philippines: The Buhid from Mindoro>>, IWGIA Newsletter, 3: 32-37.
Alternatively, advocates of REDD+ suggest that it offers a means of incorporating traditional practices into commercially viable projects that can operate in global markets, while retaining effective cultural and environmental outcomes (AIPP and IWGIA 2010, p.
IWGIA (2008) 'Eviction of pastoralists from Usangu Plains, Tanzania', International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) brief, Copenhagen, 31 January 2008.
Es asi como, el informe sobre Venezuela presentado por la ONG IWGIA para el ano 2010 senala que ".
Lima: IWGIA - Organizacion de Desarrollo de las Comunidades Fronterizas del Cenepa / ODECOFROC - Grupo de Trabajo Racimos de Ungurahui.
Historia y Futuro de la Declaracion de la ONU sobre Pueblos Indigenas, IWGIA, Copenhague, 2010, p.
Territorio indigena y percepcion del entorno, IWGIA, Documento no 39, Copenhague; TOLEDO LLANCAQUEO, V.
East Timor, Indonesia and the Western Democracies: A Collection of Documents (Copenhagen: IWGIA, 1980).
Patrick Camiller (London and New York: Zed Books and Cape Town: UCT Press, 2000); and for a good specific case study in the Malaysian context, see Colin Nicholas, The Orang Asli and the Contest for Resources: Indigenous Politics, Development and Identity in Peninsular Malaysia (Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs IWGIA & Subang Jaya, Malaysia: Center for Orang Asli Concerns [COAC], 2000).
Simpson, INDIGENOUS HERITAGE AND SELF-DETERMINATION, IWGIA Document 86, 55 (1997).
Marcus Colchester and Christian Erni (Copenhagen: IWGIA, 1999), pp.