The	Rising	Politics	of	Indigeneity	in	Southeast	Asia
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The Rising Politics of Indigeneity in Southeast Asia

by Micah F. Morton

Amidst rising trends of nativism and xenophobia throughout Southeast Asia, a related yet distinct movement framed around altogether different notions of Indigeneity is occurring among various long-oppressed ethnic minorities. These groups and their distinct claims of Indigeneity and linkages with the regional and global Indigenous movements are all arising in response to the heightened incorporation of their communities and territories into expanding nation states.

The Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) Foundation based in Chiang Mai, Thailand, is playing a key role in promoting solidarity, networking and capacity-building among Indigenous Peoples in Asia as well as linking local communities with international funders and advocates.

As highly marginalized communities residing predominantly in the regions natural-resource-rich areas, Indigenous Peoples are bearing the brunt of the downside of ASEAN's ambitious investment plan and resource-extractive model of development. Regardless of ASEAN's overall stance of non-recognition of Indigenous Peoples as a distinct community, Indigenous Peoples in the region are increasingly identifying in solidarity with a larger, distinctive collectivity of Indigenous Peoples within the framework of ASEAN.

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  • Number of Pages : 29
  • Publisher : ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute
  • Weight : 80g
  • Product Code : 9789814786638
  • Dimension : 148 x 210 mm

About Author

Micah F. Morton

Micah F. Morton is Associate Fellow at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore and Associate Researcher at the Yunnan Minzu University's Center for Trans-Himalayan Studies.