indigenous rights

May 25, 2023
Carlos Andrés Baquero Díaz

Our Summer 2023 issue of the NACLA Report brings movement voices together with research and analysis to lay out what’s at stake in the Amazon and how to avert a deeper crisis.

May 25, 2023
Carlos Andrés Baquero Díaz

A través de perspectivas de líderes sociales, investigaciones y análsis, el nuevo número del NACLA Report aborda lo que está en juego en la Amazonia y lo que se necesita para evitar una crisis más profunda.

May 12, 2023
Kevin Ramírez

The recent dismantling of the Cuna Nahuat Indigenous language program in El Salvador is the latest in a long history of erasure for Salvadoran Indigenous communities.

April 11, 2023
Virginie Laurent, Bret Gustafson with Carmen Gembuel Quiguanas, Eduin Capaz Lectamo, & Ancizar Majin Tintinago

For leaders of Cauca’s Indigenous movement, the election of Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez is a major victory. But mobilization must continue.

January 25, 2023
Carole Concha Bell

Women and Indigenous groups denounce widespread sexual violence perpetrated against Indigenous girls and women in northern Argentina.

December 28, 2022
Kelly Bauer

Throughout Chile’s constitutional process, right-wing rhetoric has rejected Indigenous recognitions and representation in defense of the status quo.

December 21, 2022
Romina Green Rioja with Elisa Loncon and Alondra Carrillo Vidal

Two Constitutional Convention representatives reflect on the process of drafting the world’s most progressive constitution.

November 1, 2022
Giovanna Montenegro

In 2007, Saamaka advocates triumphed at the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights, winning key rights and damages. Today, those rights are under attack.

July 20, 2022
Lucía Cholakian Herrera

The 1924 attack was finally proven and recognized during the Napalpí truth trials held this year, and reparations have begun.

May 31, 2022
Carole Concha Bell

After vowing to do things differently, the Boric administration has invoked a familiar playbook in Mapuche territory. The difficult of breaking with the status quo speaks to the entrenched power of the Right.


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