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27-31 August 2019
Poznań, Poland
Europe/Warsaw timezone
programme last update: 23 August 2019
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Territoriality and Wellbeing: indigenous concerns

Place

Location: Poznań, Poland
Date: 31 Aug 12:15 - 14:00

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Room 3.130

"Social determinants theory recognises that many interconnected social factors determine population health and inequality. Likewise, it is a basic tenet of human rights law that all rights are interconnected and that impacting on the enjoyment of one right will impact on the enjoyment of others. Because of this dialogue, human rights. the rights of indigenous territories discourse and health policies must be interdisciplinary and intercultural. When we talk about the indigenous peoples the evidence existed which suggests there are positive physical health outcomes from living or working on their territories if the dialogue between traditional and biomedical health can discuss all time. To that, those peoples must be living in their lands. This Panel aims to discuss the experiences and works what can bring the connexion between territories and well being."

Conveners

  • P 103.1
    • Prof. Beldi de Alcantara, Maria (University of São Paulo)
    • Mr. Parellada, Alejandro (International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs)

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The present investigation analyzes the local effects of migration through the Nahua migrant population, which is one of the most exuberant indigenous ethnic groups in Mexico, to the city of Monterrey in the party called Xantolo, or All Saints Day in the Nahuatl language. , in the Huasteca region of San Luis Potosí. The Xantolo festival (regional version of the day of the dead) is analyzed in rela ... More
Presented by Jorge Arturo MIRABAL VENEGAS on 31/8/2019 at 12:15
Women in today’s world in spite of their equally demanding job and relatively comparable salary as those have to maintain work-life balance that is being more career oriented as well as a proficient homemaker. In this race, women have to face problems relating to marital adjustment, occupational problem, stress and difficulty in engaging her work with full zest and zeal. Mental health defined a ... More
Presented by Rafia Rahman WARSI on 31/8/2019 at 12:55
Presented by Prof. Maria BELDI DE ALCANTARA, Alejandro PARELLADA, Walter MOURE - DISCUSSANT
This communication seeks to present a process of (re) existence of multiple native peoples of the northern Andes in Colombia. The rituals, narratives and territoriality are combined in the same flow of manifestations that have accumulated strength in the last decade in Colombia, configuring "cosmopolitical" representations that link shamans, indigenous leaders and academics around the fight for th ... More
Presented by Duvan Murillo ESCOBAR on 31/8/2019 at 12:35
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