Right to Prior Consultation in Perú: Progress to 2016

This week the Americas Society published a new paper in English that I co-authored with UP colleagues Veronica Hurtado and Tania Ramirez, on the implementation of the right to prior consulation for indigenous peoples in Peru.  This is part of a series that also includes studies of Colombia and Chile. The paper analyzes the implementation
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Women, Research and Think Tanks: in Peru and Worldwide

On think tanks is a blog created by Enrique Mendizabal, and an interesting space for sharing reflections across the globe, on how we do research aimed at changing policy, and/or changing minds.   Recently, OTT collaborator Meghan Froehner wrote a series of posts on women in think tanks, including interviews with María Balarin of GRADE
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Por un Perú sin Discriminación

El Centro de Investigación de la Universidad del Pacífico ha creado una página Web titulada Perú Sin Discriminación, con el objetivo de difundir las publicaciones y otros resultados de nuestras investigaciones sobre esta problemática, y abrir mas canales de comunicación con otras personas y organizaciones.  Invitamos a tod@s a consultar y comentar esa página, a
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Prior Consultation in Peru: An Update

I recently published this paper in English on the implementation of the right to prior consultation in Peru for native and indigenous peoples.    Upon taking office in 2011, Peruvian president Ollanta Humala expressed his commitment to the implementation of ILO Convenant 169, guaranteeing the right of indigenous peoples to be consulted by the State
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ILO 169 and Prior Consultation in Peru: Getting it Right?

The latest edition of Americas Quarterly is dedicated to the challenges to implementing ILO Convention 169 in Perú, Colombia, Chile and Guatemala.   Alvaro Paredes and I were honored to contribute a short article on the Peruvian case:  Sanborn Paredes Consulta Peru.  Shortly we will be publishing a broader research report on this complex issue.  
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