Indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities
This focus is concerned with the situation and plight of the world’ indigenous peoples. The emphasis is on common property resources (or commons) and their management, human rights, land rights, and the right to development. This focus includes also an emphasis on ethnic minorities, which actually is a much larger category.
The knowledge available here, produced by third parties, in the form of references, documents for downloading, websites, etc., is of special importance for Supras’ work in one or more of its areas of service. Output produced by Supras on this issue is available in section Library.
- Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh
- One of the few outside researchers that have worked long-term on Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT), Bangladesh is the anthropologist Lorenz G. Loeffler, Professor emeritus, University of Zürich. His complete academic production is hosted on the Supras website, and many items (including items in English, French and German) can be downloaded. [access]
Comment: A list of links to websites of NGOs and other stakeholders that work for and on behalf of the indigenous peoples of CHT is also available.