Los líderes indígenas en los países andinos y su rol en la consolidación del movimiento nativo.
The article describes the recent developments in institutions of leadership among traditional Andean, indigenous communities in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia. In these countries not only peasant indigenous communities are present but also native communities that live in the Amazon forests. In modern times, those communities go through a process of politicization that mirrors other indigenous movements in North and Central America. The article describes both traditional and new forms of leadership that exist among the indigenous communities.
Short description written by Michał Gilewski
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