Corpus ID: 151192529

Weak Indigenous Politics in Peru.

@inproceedings{Paredes2008WeakIP,
  title={Weak Indigenous Politics in Peru.},
  author={M. Paredes},
  year={2008}
}
This paper aims to show how, until 1980, an enormous proportion of people in Peru was disenfranchised, particularly in the periphery of the Highlands and the Rain Forest, where most indigenous people lived. Migration, the end of the estate system and the introduction of universal suffrage have progressively closed the gap in electoral participation in the country and “new” people, rarely found in the political arena before, are present today, mainly at the local government level. However, these… Expand
Collective Action, Gender and Ethnicity in Peru: a case study of the People’s Kitchens.

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