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Nuevas estrategias de los movimientos indígenas contra el extractivismo en Chile / New strategies by indigenous movements against extractivism in Chile

Ximena Cuadra Montoya
Revista CIDOB d'Afers Internacionals
No. 105, MOVILIZACIÓN CIUDADANA TRANSNACIONAL: NUEVAS FORMAS DE ACTIVISMO POLÍTICO (Abril 2014), pp. 141-163
Published by: CIDOB
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24364570
Page Count: 23
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Nuevas estrategias de los movimientos indígenas contra el extractivismo en Chile / New strategies by indigenous movements against extractivism in Chile
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Abstract

El presente artículo analiza la emergencia del activismo transnacional en la trayectoria de la acción colectiva desarrollada en torno a conflictos socioambientales en territorios indígenas en Chile. Se identifican los principales eventos de la movilización indígena realizada a escala internacional en tres casos emblemáticos y se distinguen las implicancias para la esfera política nacional. Se constata que, tras el bloqueo nacional a sus demandas, los indígenas se movilizan en el exterior. Allí difunden sus casos y demandan justicia en diversos organismos internacionales. Finalmente, en el ámbito local, se identifica la incorporación de marcos globales en torno a los derechos humanos de los pueblos indígenas. This article analyses the emergence of transnational activism in the context of collective action organised around socio-environmental conflicts in Chile's indigenous areas. It details the main events in the process of indigenous mobilisation in the form of three emblematic cases carried out on an international scale, together with their implications for the national political arena. The author explains how, after the indigenous people's demands were blocked at home, they then mobilised abroad, where they raised awareness over their situation and called for justice in the international courts. Finally, at the local level the paper identifies the inclusion of global frameworks related to the human rights to the indigenous peoples.

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