Hans Tammemagi
2/25/15
The archipelago of Chiloe in Chile is a green rolling land of yesteryear, with houses on stilts, endless succulent seafood, and numerous old wooden churches whose roofs look like t...
ICTMN Staff
4/3/14
As Chile continued to be rocked by dozens of aftershocks from the 8.2-magnitude earthquake that struck early on April 1—one of them measuring as high as 7.6 on the Richter Scale—ex...
ICTMN Staff
4/2/14
The 8.2-magnitude earthquake off Iquique, Chile that killed six people and sparked a tsunami, prompting the evacuations of thousands along much of the South American Pacific coast,...
Rick Kearns
3/13/14
Chilean, Argentine and Mapuche women riders traveled for five days to Puerto Varas, Chile on horseback as part of a recent protest against two energy projects that they say will hu...
Rick Kearns
12/16/13
The ways that laws affecting Indigenous Peoples in Latin America are interpreted by courts – including those dealing with control of natural resources, property and prior consultat...
ICTMN Staff
7/16/13
This may look like a rock, but as with many things occurring in nature, it is full of surprises...
Gale Courey Toensing
6/3/13
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights has held hearings on several cases against the state of Chile concerning human rights abuses of land rights activists who were imprisoned u...
Barbara Fraser
5/19/13
Daniel Melinao used to draw water from a well on the land near his small, wood-frame house...
ICTMN Staff
3/23/13
Thousands of dead prawns washed ashore along with hundreds of dead crabs, blanketing the beaches of southern Chile in crimson...
Marc Dadigan
8/25/12
Stanford University senior Lyla Johnston’s commitment to bringing her indigenous perspective to anthropology has led her on many journeys: from studying menstrual taboos surroundin...

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