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Unformatted text preview: hence ancestors 2. Have a sense of shared ancestry and a right to self determination E.g. issue of Human rights, who they are, what they have lost and what they deserve Kurds 3. They have their own languages, cultures, Spirituality, and Knowledge 4. They have their own political, social and cultural institutions; these include customary laws, consensual decision making processes, community life, and collective sharing 5. Their lands and territories as well as cultural institutions are violated by states and global forces through acts of domination. (Marginalization in the hands of outside forces, e.g. colonization, Nation States, globalization and modernization) Indigenous Affairs, 1995, p.4 Examples of Kurds...
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