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Indigenous Languages and Populations in "Latin" America: Online resources

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This page provides resources accessible online regarding indigenous populations in Latin America. Here you will find either sites that provide online access to documentation, or sites that provide information about relevant organizations or institutions.  It includes information gathered at national level by each country's governmental and non-governmental agencies, and information collected and produced by international organizations about the region.


(Image credit: Left, commemoration of the International Day of Indigenous Populations, Mexico's govenrment. Center: AIPAZCOMUN SUISSE; Right: ONIC- Organización Nacional Indígena de Colombia )

Navigate to the following pages to find more information: