Občanská rezistence indiánského, afrokolumbijského a mestického obyvatelstva v Kolumbii
Civil resistance of indigenous, black and mestizo people in Colombia
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This article is focused on the specific kind of collective action called civil resistance which is one of the most explored themes in contemporary Colombian academic research. The article consists of three case studies which show how this phenomenon has been realized by communities who live in the state’s unprotected areas of Colombia. Each of these communities represents a different ethnic group of the Colombian state (indigenous Nasa, Afro-Colombian communities from river Yurumanguí and mestizo people from river Ariari) as well as different types of civil resistance. The goal of this thesis is not only to specify the type of peace initiative of each particular community, but also to find shared characteristics which could represent the original common cause of the creation of civil resistance.
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