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A graffiti in Santa Maria de Nieva remembering the convention 169 of the International Labour Organisation. It reads: “The indigenous people have the right to choose their model of development”. Established in 1989, ILO-convention 169 is the first international law that recognizes and protects indigenous peoples’ land ownership rights, and sets a series of binding minimum standards regarding consultation and consent. Ratified by most of South America, including Peru, it is a forerunner of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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