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Our People, Our Resources : Striving for a Peaceful and Plentiful Planet

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Duchicela, Luis Felipe
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Jensby, Svend
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Uquillas, Jorge
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Lukic, Jelena
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Sirker, Karen
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2015-11-17T15:45:21Z
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2015-11-17T15:45:21Z
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2015-04
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This report presents a brief discussion of indigenous peoples’ development as evidenced in a select number of case studies about World Bank financed projects that had a positive impact on indigenous peoples’ communities. The main objective of this study is to identify and document good practices and lessons learned that can be shared with World Bank staff, borrower governments, and Indigenous Peoples’ organizations to help improve the design and implementation of projects that trigger the World Bank’s Operational Policy on Indigenous Peoples and/or are primarily oriented toward the sustainable development of indigenous peoples. World Bank activities with regard to indigenous peoples have been primarily focused on applying OP 4.10 to ensure that indigenous peoples receive social and economic benefits that are culturally appropriate and gender and age inclusive, and to mitigate possible adverse impacts associated with Bank-financed projects. The policy itself encourages Bank engagement and financial support for a variety of initiatives that go beyond projects, engaging in broader dimensions of country relationships that improve the circumstances of indigenous peoples. As a result, the Bank increasingly addresses issues concerning indigenous peoples through: (1) country economic and sector work/analysis, (2) dialogue and technical assistance, and (3) capacity-building. This report is an initial attempt to document good practices and lessons learned through results with regard to indigenous peoples’ development. It is intended to support the ongoing engagement process with indigenous peoples and to inform the process of finding better ways to promote sustainable development that will positively affect indigenous communities.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/22972
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English
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World Bank, Washington, DC
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
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SOCIAL INCLUSION
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BELIEF SYSTEMS
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COMMUNITIES
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SOCIOCULTURAL VALUES
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TOURISM ACTIVITIES
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CONSERVATION EFFORTS
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ECONOMIC GROWTH
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VILLAGES
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CULTURAL VALUES
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SOCIALIZATION
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HERITAGE
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BUILDING COMPONENTS
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LANGUAGES
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CULTURAL HERITAGE
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TIME
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ETHNIC MINORITIES
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INDIGENOUS CULTURES
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HOUSING CENSUS
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BUILDINGS
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CULTURAL RESOURCES
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COMMUNES
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LOCAL TOURISM
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ETHNIC GROUPS
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SERVICES
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POPULATION GROUPS
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HOUSING
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NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
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HEALTH
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KHMER
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SOCIAL STRUCTURE
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PROJECTS
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PROJECT
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CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS
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EXHIBITIONS
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OWNERSHIP
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CITIES
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TOWNS
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LAND TENURE
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AWARENESS RAISING
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ASSOCIATIONS
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LANGUAGE
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CULTURE
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COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION
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INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS
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TELEVISION
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PRESS
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LITERACY
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CULTURAL OPPORTUNITIES
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SETTLEMENTS
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TRADITIONAL STRUCTURES
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CLIMATIC CONDITIONS
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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
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ENTRY POINTS
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PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT
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CRAFTS
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TRAINING
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TRADITIONAL CULTURE
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CULTURAL SURVIVAL
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LOCAL CULTURE
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SOCIAL EXCLUSION
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INTERVENTION
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CULTURAL FEATURES
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HANDICRAFTS
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VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT
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CUSTOMS
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MINISTRIES
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DIVERSITY
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INHABITANTS
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NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
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MARKETS
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CONSERVATION PROJECT
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LEGISLATION
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SETTLEMENT
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LEARNING
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INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE
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INDICATORS
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COLONIZATION
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CULTURAL CONTEXT
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STANDARDS
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ECONOMIC ZONING
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ARTISANS
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
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GENDER ISSUES
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EDUCATIONAL POLICIES
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RELIGIOUS GROUPS
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DOCUMENTATION
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RADIO
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MUONG
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INFRASTRUCTURE
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DESIGN
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LIBRARIES
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CULTURAL IDENTITY
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CHAM
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ANTHROPOLOGY
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CULTURAL DIVERSITY
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THAI
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STONE
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SOCIAL ORGANIZATION
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RURAL COMMUNITIES
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TRAVEL
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TOURS
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PLANTATIONS
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CULTURAL PRODUCTS
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PROTECTED AREAS
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CUSTOMARY LAW
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RESETTLEMENT
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SCHOOLS
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BASIC
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PARTICIPATION
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DESCRIPTION
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INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
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CULTURAL TOURISM
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RURAL AREA
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GENDER
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DEFORESTATION
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LIVING LIBRARIES
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CUSTOM
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OCCUPATION
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INDIGENOUS PEOPLE
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HOUSEHOLD
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TOURISM
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INTEREST GROUPS
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YOUTH
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TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE
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HABITAT
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SPATIAL PLANNING
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MARKET
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HERITAGE ACTIVITIES
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INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
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LAND ACQUISITION
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POOR HOUSING
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SACRED SITES
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SOCIAL CAPITAL
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MINING
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
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TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
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MINORITY LANGUAGES
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CULTURES
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BILINGUAL EDUCATION
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ECOTOURISM
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VILLAGE LEVEL
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CLINICS
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ASSIMILATION
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ANCESTRAL
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HOUSEHOLDS
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EQUALITY
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RURAL AREAS
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CONSERVATION
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TRADITION
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ECONOMIC PROGRESS
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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
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LOCAL PARTICIPATION
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COMMUNITY GROUPS
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ZONING
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SOCIAL COHESION
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FACILITIES
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MUSIC
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LOCAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
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RESTORATION
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BUILDING
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INVESTMENTS
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TRAININGS
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LIVING CONDITIONS
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INTERVENTIONS
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COMMUNITY
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FORTS
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TRADITIONS
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CULTURAL GROUPS
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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
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LOCAL LANGUAGES
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RURAL DEVELOPMENT
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FEMALE
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SHELTERS
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CULTURAL CRITERIA
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SERVICE
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DISTRICTS
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NATIVE SPECIES
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CULTURAL RIGHTS
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GENDER EQUALITY
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SOCIAL PRACTICES
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NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS
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Our People, Our Resources
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Striving for a Peaceful and Plentiful Planet
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Working Paper
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2015-10-27
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Publications & Research :: Working Paper
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Publications & Research
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2015/10/25208956/indigenous-peoples-development-world-bank-financed-projects-people-resources-striving-peaceful-plentiful-planet-case-studies-report
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Health and other social services :: Other social services
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Social dev/gender/inclusion :: Indigenous peoples
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Social protection and risk management
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Anthropology
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Cultural Heritage Preservation
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Cultural Policy
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Access to Finance
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Culture and Development
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Finance and Financial Sector Development
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Communities and Human Settlements :: Housing & Human Habitats
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GSURR Global Programs (GSUGL)
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