This article focuses on the relationship between Indigenous places, rights, and education. In the context of the Peruvian Andes, historical ideological impositions reveal the trajectory of environmental exploitation, which have contributed to major ecological threats that collectively contribute to the aggressive re-making of the Andean world as sacrificed lands. With a focus on Quechua peoples, the link between Indigenous knowledge systems and human rights education is explored. Drawing from discourses of Indigenous rights, place, rights, and transformative human rights education, Indigenous rights education (IRE) is proposed.
Huaman, Elizabeth Sumida.
"Indigenous Rights Education (IRE): Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Transformative Human Rights in the
International Journal of Human Rights Education, 1(1)
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