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Year: 1996
The Government of the Northwest Territories recognizes that the aboriginal peoples of the Northwest Territories have acquired a vast store of traditional knowledge through their experience of centuries of living in close harmony with the land
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Year: 1996
In the early 1970's the Zuni tribe sued the United States for lands that were damaged as a result of federal improprieties related to trust responsibilities
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Year: 1996
In many societies mountains are seen as sacred places
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Year: 1996
To the Kogi Indians of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, in Colombia, the Sierra is 'the heart of the world'
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Year: 1995
Since 1990 interest in mountains has received an impetus with the establishment of the IUCN Commission on Mountain Protected Areas and the inclusion of Article 13 (Fragile Mountain Environments) of Agenda 21 at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED)
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Year: 1995
Indigenous women at the NGO Forum of the UN Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, came together to collectively decide what could be done to bring about a world which they would like their children and children's children to live in
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Year: 1993

These vivid oral histories of the lives of three remarkable political activists document a century of social change movements
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Year: 1989
Sanskritisation can be defined as a socialisation process in which low caste people attempt to raise their status in society by adopting the values, rituals, eating habits, and dress of upper (twice-born) castes
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Year: 1983
Most anthropological studies during the last several decades have tended to be cross-sections of a particular society at one point in time
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