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  • Items where Author is " Aubin , Jean-François" - HDRNet
    Object IDs OpenURL ContextObject Refer Reference Manager RSS 2 0 RSS 1 0 Atom Group by Document Type No Grouping Select by author s surname Article Number of items 1 Article Aubin Jean François 2009 Integrated revitalization processes another aspect of the social and solidarity economy in Quebec the experience of Trois Rivières Universitas Forum International Journal on Human Development and International Cooperation 1 3 ISSN 2070 6790 This list

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/view/creators/_Aubin_=3AJean-Fran=E7ois=3A=3A.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Items where Topic is "Culture, diversity and human development > Case studies " - HDRNet
    2002 Indigenous Law and Identity Politics in Mexico Indigenous Men s and Women s Struggles for a Multicultural Nation Political and Legal Anthropology Review 25 1 pp 90 109 Vijayalakshmi Kalyanasundaram and Thooyavathy R Abarna 2012 Nutritional and Health Security Through Integrated Gardens for Women s Empowerment the CIKS experience Universitas Forum International Journal on Human Development and International Cooperation 3 1 ISSN 2070 6790 Rokia Sanogo and Sergio Giani 2012 Income Growth and Women s Empowerment Through Enhancing Local Knowledge on Plants The Case of Women Herbalists in the Bamako District Mali Universitas Forum International Journal on Human Development and International Cooperation 3 1 ISSN 2070 6790 Pearce Tyler and Wuttunee Wanda 2015 OUR HEARTS ON OUR STREET NEECHI COMMONS AND THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CENTRE IN WINNIPEG Universitas Forum International Journal on Human Development and International Cooperation 4 2 ISSN 2070 6790 Conference or Workshop Item Gómez Águeda 2004 Movilización de recursos e identidades étnicas en la Mosquitia Honduras In V Congreso Centroamericano de Antropología del 23 al 27 de Febrero Managua Estrada Ochoa and Adriana C 2004 Tierra e identidad en la memoria viva El caso q eqchi de Guatemala In V Central American Anthropology Congress febrero 23

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  • Tierra e identidad en la memoria viva. El caso q'eqchi' de Guatemala - HDRNet
    and Power in Guatemala and Chiapas during the V Central American Anthropology Congress in Managua from February 23 27 2004 This paper analyzes some elements and characteristics manifest in some oral accounts of the maya q eqchi of Guatemala to narrate how the q eqchi define themselves and the world in which they live More specifically it is an attempt to understand how the community perceives the earth and themselves

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/317/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Historia de los Pueblos Indígenas Mayagna desde el Tiempo del Cacique: La Participación de las mujeres Mayagnas - HDRNet
    This paper is a translation of Mayagna oral history into Spanish as told by Mayagna women artisans members of a cooperative that promotes their collective work in the North Atlantic Region of Nicaragua The authors present the demands and role Mayagna women have played in their struggle for self determination indigenous and collective rights and the rights of indigenous women around territorial issues Document Type Monograph Documentation Topics Environment and

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/299/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Movilización de recursos e identidades étnicas en la Mosquitia, Honduras - HDRNet
    Paper presented at Table 6 Central American Caribbean Coast during the V Central American Anthropology Congress in Managua from Februrary 23 27 2004 The author reflects on the recent phenomena of ethnic political mobilizations by the Tawahka people of the Honduran forest of Mosquitia He argues that new discursive strategies of collective action and consistent alliances have promoted a significant auto construction of policies for Indigenous peoples Document Type Conference

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/81/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Indigenous Law and Identity Politics in Mexico: Indigenous Men's and Women's Struggles for a Multicultural Nation - HDRNet
    identity politics within the indigenous movement and also among Mexican intellectuals It demonstrates how Indigenous women have played a very important role in confronting the uses of a discourse about indigenous women s rights as arguments against indigenous cultural rights and shows how they are not intrinsically opposed to each other Their conception of multiculturalism and autonomy emerges from a dynamic perspective on culture a vision that claims the right

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/153/ (2016-05-01)
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  • OUR HEARTS ON OUR STREET: NEECHI COMMONS AND THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CENTRE IN WINNIPEG - HDRNet
    emerge in an unlikely place a stretch of Winnipeg Manitoba that cuts through one of the poorest postal codes in Canada Although both projects have similar outcomes such as employment and neighbourhood renewal how each was constructed and which community development principles they drew strength from were different This article describes the unique process and hurdles each project went through the role of CED principles in their direction and decision

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/683/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Deseo local y Patrimonio Histórico en Suchitoto - HDRNet
    Anthropology Congress Managua February 23 27 2004 The paper details a five month research in Suchitoto to clarify how the community itself perceives the restoration efforts carried out by national entities such as the Alcaldía Municipal el Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y el Arte CONCULTURA y la Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional AECI This presentation also describes the research process locality and community involved highlighting what the inhabitants feel

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/318/ (2016-05-01)
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