Monday, 5 May 2014


Attempting to effectively address the situation of Indigenous peoples across the globe in a single inclusive document, Dr. Kelly NGYAH presents this unique and innovative literary manual that brings national and global politics on indigenous peoples closest to your intellect. It extensively highlights the indigenous worries of your people, where ever you are in the world, and further provides strategic openings for enhancing policy advocacy frameworks towards strengthening ties between your people and their national governments.
Across 325pages and 95,130words multicoloured textual and imagery demonstrations, the document exhumes the anthropological perspectives of Indigeneity through the human rights based contexts of tribal peoples as given in the ILO Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989 (No. 169). It as well, carves out the world’s indigenous peoples within measurable regional regrouping dimensions and communicates the indigenous ethical contrasting and synonymy politics within the targeted national and regional zones.
In addition, to ensure an exclusive representation or inclusiveness of the world’s indigenous peoples, the document overviews the indigenous and/or ethnic minority peoples’ Politico-Legal situations in over 14 zones including: South America, Russia as of whole, Central, East and South Asia, Middle East, North America, the Arctic region, Australia, Eastern, Central, Northern, Southern, and Western Africa through an inclusive focus on over 400 indigenous peoples in over 70 countries
Rhetorically, the study is presented via three principal parts which include: Indigeneity, Anthropology, Political Transnationalism, and the analyses of Indigenous peoples outside Africa; the situation of indigenous peoples within Africa; and a summarized cross-sectional comparative study of the presented cases in the earlier parts.
Conclusively, the study proposes ameliorative positions with regard to the indigenous Self-Determinism and Politics of Identification within the United Nation’s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Knowledge within this document, truly empowers you on both Academic and Professional Bases.
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