This contribution represents the consensus arrived at in a dialog between researchers, academics, activists, public officials, and indigenous representatives on the topic of voluntarily isolated peoples that took place over several days at the SALSA meeting in Lima in July 2017. The group’s consensus conclusions with respect to recommended state policy and civil society actions are presented.
Debate Especial, Participantes en el panel de
"Resoluciones del debate especial sobre los derechos y la protección de los pueblos indígenas en aislamiento",
Tipití: Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America:
1, Article 2, 5-5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.trinity.edu/tipiti/vol16/iss1/2
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