The author investigates, based on the model of the development of indigenous rights in Columbia, what possibilities are left to the aborigines of the country taking into account the conditions of the modern constitutional state, as well as which risks are associated with the indigenous existence with a policy largely protectionist, oriented to human rights. Summary from the back cover.
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