Indigenous Multilingual Education

Indigenous Multilingual Education A Processes need to be developed for deconstructing invisibilization, racism and discrimination. Union organizations have an important role to play in that process, that was initiated in two ways. One was Latin America meetings. The first was held last November 2009, convening five countries where indigenous populations are concentrated: Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia.

The subject was to strike a balance of the prevailing situation of the originating populations. Secondly, a fact finding research process was needed, leading to a proposal for the trade unions to press with, requiring  the governments to approach public policies for education of the originating populations.

This document is part of this process initiated by Education Internacional for Latin America in cooperation with Union of Education Norway.

2011. 52 páginas. Formato: 17x21cm. Idioma: inglés.
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