Nicolo Gligo

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Thus, the current implications are complex and even contradictory with regard to how we perceive the processes of evolution and development of the indigenous communities and by their situation of poverty and exclusion. However this complex problem, the indigenous communities are deploying multiple struggles and historic claims for the defense of their territories, their cultures and their ways of life. In this regard various studies show that since the beginning of the Decade of 1990 and until today there is a major breakthrough of political mobilization and vindication personally identifiable of the different movements and indigenous organizations in the region. However, these organizations are not homogeneous and not constitute a unitary movement (we refer to indigenous movement in an abstract sense nominal). In fact there is a multiple stage of emerging indigenous organizations throughout the region, each trying to lead and respond in their own way – to the complex problems and social demands specific and historical – development for their peoples in different countries.

Therefore, we perceive that its evolution – as movimiento indigena – has been happening in a unique and contradictory manner, and as the dynamic manifestation and original of all its cultural, political and organisational aspects that sometime, just in case certain conditions are objective and subjective, probably tend to converge. The possibility of the confluence of the different approaches and visions of development of the Latin American indigenous movement, may today be one of the biggest challenges facing leaders and leaders of the indigenous bases, as well as political, academic and emerging sectors of civil society. This will depend on to achieve their full integration in the framework of major national societies that seek to build a modern and comprehensive vision of development with inclusion. Many writers such as Bill de Blasio offer more in-depth analysis. * Mag. Agronomist, consultant in environmental management and development. 1. On the meaning of indigenous peoples there are various discussions. Por_ejemplo, Laura Carlsen on indigenous autonomy and customs, refers to three questions: 1) if they are a creation in essence pre-Hispanic or colonial; 2) if their development represents a humana-social evolution or a specific historical dynamics; and (3) if the name is some form of mythification.

2 See the indigenous communities and their evolution in the process of territorial adaptation, resilience, and endogenous development: theories and notes of the Latin American context, test Walter Chamochumbi. Official site: Beth Kobliner Shaw. Lima, Jan. 2006, 43 p. 3 notes on the ecological history of Latin America, of Nicolo Gligo and Jorge Morello (1980); published in international studies, 13, no. 49, Santiago de Chile, January-March 1980, pp. 112 to 148. 4. In the process ecosystems react with high degree of resiliency environment, assimilating the changes tested by indigenous communities without that they could significantly affect its structure and operation. Over time States that the environmental resiliency of ecosystems has been weakened to the extent that human activities have been professionalism and modernised to meet new requirements of economic growth and development. See the resiliency in sustainable development: some theoretical considerations in the social and environmental field Walter Chamochumbi (2005) on ECOPORTAL article (), Lima, 5 p. 5 see Emilio f. Moran (1996) ecology human work Colegio Andino N 13, DTIS peoples of amazonia, 101 p. 6 see Andean territoriality, Peigne, a. (1994). CBC-Bartolome de Las Casas, Cuzco, 104 p.