Políticas culturales y gobernanza en las minorías étnicas

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Abstract

[automatically translated] In this paper, I analyze the link that since the eighties of the twentieth century has been created between neoliberal policies and the launch of new forms of governance that give a relevant collective rights of ethnic minorities space at the same time limiting its scope and the potential threat represented by the new models of capitalist accumulation. After summarizing the main changes was the definition of the political and legal subjectivity of ethnic minorities, especially in the case of indigenous peoples, will briefly address the new forms of action and political discourse of contemporary indigenous movements. Without ignoring the influence these positions also plays the global trend towards a "neoliberal multiculturalism" these forms continue to maintain space in the development of broader counter-hegemonic movements that defy logic by neoliberal struggles, trading strategies and approach to political objectives. Finally, we try to identify a number of -open to discussion only on cultural rights as a new frontier of human rights and human development issues.
Original languageSpanish
PublisherLaboratorio de Investigación e Innovación en Cultura y Desarrollo, L+iD
Number of pages28
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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NameENCUENTROS

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