Por Francisco Tong, Ursula Zavala, Juan Carlos del Busto y Flavia Queirolo-Nicolini, Chapter Peru, en Indigenous Rights In South America. FPIC And Other Key Issues For Natural Resource Development. Juan Sonoda (editor). Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation. Westminster, Colorado: 2016.

I. IS THERE A DEFINITION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE? AND ARE MIXED HERITAGE COMMUNITIES OR OTHER TRADITIONAL COMMUNITIES INCLUDED IN THE DEFINITION?

1. Definition. Peruvian law provides two of indigenous people. One is found in the Law on Right to Prior Consultation the Native or Indigenous (Ley del derecho a la consulta previa a los indígenas u originarios, reconocido en el Convenio 169 de de la Internacional del Trabajo – OIT) No. 29785, dated September 7, 2011 (“Lawe on the Right to Prior Consultation”) and its regulations, which were conceived in line with the parameters established by the International Labour Organization’s Convention No. 169, ratified by the Peruvian State on February 2, 1994 (“ILO 169″). The other is provided by the Law on Protection of Native or Indigenous
Peoples in Isolation and Initial Contact (Ley para la protección de los pueblos indígenas y originarios en situación de aislamiento y en situación de contacto inicial) No. 28736, dated May 18, 2006 (“Law on Native Communities”).  (Ver más…)

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