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  1. We Will Not Dance on Our Grandfathers' Tombs: Indigenous Uprisings in Equador by Kintto Lucas, 2001-02-12

21. Galapagos: Lindblad Expeditions
About the Galapagos With foresight, equador's government set aside theGalapagos Islands as a wildlife sanctuary in 1934. Uninhabited
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22. A-Infos (en) Equador, Quito, Diverse Tactics Of People Struggle
(en) equador, Quito, Diverse and Esmeraldas in the west, using diverse tactics suchas blockading roads and marching in front of government buildings, in order
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23. MAI-NOT: 17316
History of equador's revolution. on January 21 marked the first time since 1976 thatthe South American continent has seen a civilian government overthrown by a
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24. Brasil/Government Administration/Decretos
Translate this page Brasil/government Administration/Decretos. os Governos da República Federativa doBrasil e da República da Colômbia, da República do equador, da República
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25. Amnesty International News Releases
amnesty candle, Amnesty International February 1999 News Releases. 27 February1999, equador, government Faces Human Rights Cross Roads (AI Index AMR 28/08/99).

26. NATIVE-L (August 1996): Equador: Fraud Negotiations With Indigenous Communities
equador fraud negotiations with indigenous communities. the Secoya leaders thatif they did not grant permission, the Ecuadoran government could expropriate
Equador: fraud negotiations with indigenous communities
31 Jul 1996 09:12:21 -0500 (EST)

U.S. based transnational OCCIDENTAL is currently negotiating with Indigenous
communities in Ecuadorian Amazonia, offering little more than twentieth
century trinkets: chainsaws, medicine chests, and rain-coats, in exchange
for undefined access to indigenous territory for "petroleum activities".
OCCIDENTAL is one of the world's largest oil companies, currently operating
in over eleven different countries outside the U.S.A, and extracting over
200,000 barrels of crude per day. Indigenous communities have been pressured to sign completely inadequate agreements, in the presence of the military agreements which oblige the communities to allow the companies to carry out undefined petroleum exploration and extraction activities for undefined periods of time.

27. The Guardian
equador Mass demonstrations against austerity program February 5 saw mass protestsin objective of the protests was not to overthrow a government but to
The Guardian February 24, 1999
Mass demonstrations against austerity program
February 5 saw mass protests in Ecuador's major cities as unionists, students and others protested against the economic measures imposed by the six-month old administration of President Jamil Mahuad. The protests were called nationally by the Unitary Workers' Front (FUT), the Coordinating Council of Grassroots Movements (CMP), the Popular Front and the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE), with support from other union and social sectors. Some 25,000 people marched in Cuenca; 5,000 marched in the city of Loja; 4,000 marched in Puyo; 3,000 marched in the city of Esmeraldas. Smaller demonstrations were staged in other cities. In Riobamba, 4,000 marched with a giant float of the Titanic Social Justice USA
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28. ITC E-Discussion Forums - Day 4 - Session 16 - English
The basis for this law is that the government and the private sector has a the leadingbody of the country with a mandate even to promote the image of equador.
ITC E-DISCUSSIONS Trade Support Network
24-29 Sept. 2001
English Español Français Links Executive Forum
Website 2002 E-Discussions
Is Your Trade Support Network Working? Day 4: Session 16: Report From Executive Forum 2001 Session 16: Leadership Third breakout session series: Coordinating the network Leadership - A public or private sector responsibility? Moderator: Doreen Conrad, ITC Presenter 1: Presenter 2: Mr Ricardo Estrada Estrada, Executive President, Corporacion de promocion de Exportaciones e Inversiones (CORPEI), Equador. The Moderator made the following introductory remarks: Trade support networks must be effectively structured and managed by the public or the private sector. There must be neutrality, flexibility and broad scope in network coordination. Thirdly, there must be long-term, sustained commitment to the network. In the plan for trade development, Mr Dagwa mentions the organization of special seminars and training in export marketing. The private sector is supportive and there are measures to strengthen and to monitor the public sector leadership.

29. Sven Wunder Deforestation - Equador
A case study from equador. operations more sustainable (Bishop Young 199511/2);the same is true for the restrictive impact of government austerity on new

30. Government Tourism Visitors Accomodation Travel Associations
government Homepage. Cayman Islands Kayman Islands Tourism. Costa Rica CostaRica Tourism. Cuba Cuba Travel Tourism. Curacao Curacao Travel Tourism. equador

31. AMSA - Titles Of PMP.5 Circulars
of Pollution from Ships, 1973 as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto Optional Annex V - Acceptance by the government of equador 3.7.90.
Please note Acrobat Reader is needed to open the linked files. PMP.5 CIRCULARS TITLES International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973 as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto - Optional Annex V - Succession by Serbia and Montenegro 24.3.03 International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973 as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto - Optional Annex V - Acceptance by Bangladesh and Namibia 23.3.03 International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973 as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto - Optional Annex V - Acceptance by Guinea and Iran 10.12.02 International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973 as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto - Optional Annex V - Acceptance by Sierra Leone and Nigeria 23.7.02 International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973 as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto - Optional Annex V - Acceptance by Comoros, Nicaragua, Philippines, Honduras, Angola, Malawi, Samoa and Cuba 27.2.02

REPORT FROM equador. An elite, corrupt and thickly bureaucratic government with thehelp of the IMF has opted to get out of debt by taking another loan, and to
By Freeda Burnstad
(Ms. Burnstad is president of the Cloud Forest Institute. She has recently returned from Ecuador, where she spent several months studying local agricultural organization and techniques while promoting cultural and economic sustainability. Her report begins with on-site observations this past March, and continues with reflections upon her return.) I should have thought ahead and realized that I would be the one learning the most in this experience, rather then my students. For some reason I wasn't as prepared as I thought for the intense realizations I've been having. The past three weeks have been challenging to say the least, in both professional and personal aspects. During our two weeks in Mindo I went from enchanted and ecstatic to frustrated and confused - and back and forth. I made some perspective shattering realizations; first, that you cannot invest trust even in old friends, second (I knew this one already) all of your preplanning doesn't insure that others will follow through in theirs, and hardest of all was to realize that good intentions do not always produce good outcomes. It hurts me to see the change and to watch the community struggle with it. It is even worse to realize I am at fault and I'm working to brings more influence to the community. I have had to really consider my intentions and more than that the possible outcomes of continuing to work within the community. The following is an excerpt from my journal.

33. Equador Green City Project Complete Text
A profound symbol of this is. the new municipal government sponsored housingproject for hundreds of. The municipal government has just given EcoBahia.

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Visitors since November 16, 1999 :
Complete text ECUADOR GREEN CITY REVISTED, AUGUST'99 Comments: Authenticated sender is From: To: BIOREGIONAL Date: Sat, 13 Nov 1999 08:23:03 +0000 Subject: ECUADOR GREEN CITY REVISTED, AUGUST'99 Priority: normal Reply-To: Sender: Hello, Some e-gremlins crept into the first version of the following. Please use this one for any references. There were a half-dozen errors in the first one. Peter ECUADOR GREEN CITY REVISITED, AUGUST '99 by Peter Berg When the people of a small urban area decide to pass a law declaring an "ecological city," it is an unusual and laudable act of public dedication. If there are already some extensive reforestation projects immediately nearby, and a non-profit estuary protection agency that employs local residents along the river as workers and guides, this city could strive to actually become harmonious with its surrounding natural systems. And if it is located in the "undeveloped world" and thereby offers a working model for the entire planet (including the "developed" world), it presents a glowing vision of sustainabilty to

34. World Atlas Equador South America Locator Map And Information Page
Recommended Links Ecuador (Complete) info on the (GDP) economy, imports and exports,natural resources, government, population, military, transportation, and

Antarctica Asia Australia/Oceania ... South America
Once called Quito, it was conquered by the Incas, then the Spanish in 1534. Modern Ecuador is named for its position on the Equator.
Topography in varied, featuring snowcapped volcanoes and major peaks of the Andes, lush green jungles and fabulous beaches along the Pacific Ocean.
Quito, the capital, is the political center, while Guayaquil is the commercial hub. The Galapagos Islands (a territory of Ecuador) are positioned about 600 miles to the west.
The indigenous populations mixed with those of European descent give Ecuador a unique cultural texture. It's a friendly country, known for warm hospitality.
Read more about the details and history of Ecuador here!
Facts and Figures
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Republic of Ecuador
Capital City Quito (population 1,032,000) Country Population Largest Cities Guayaquil, Quito, Cuenca, Machala, Santo Domingo de los Colorados, Portoviejo, Ambato, Manta Languages Spanish (official) Latitude/Longitude 2º S, 77º 30 W Official Currency Sucre (the latest conversion rates) here Religions Catholic (95%) Flag and description here Land Land Area 283, 561 sq km (109, 483 sq miles), about the size of the U.S. State of Nevada. Numbers shown include the

35. The Language Schools Directory - Array
CostaRica, Foreign Office. Dominican republic, Foreign Office. equador, ForeignOffice. Honduras, Foreign Office. Ireland, government Information. Italia, ForeignOffice.

36. Equador
Area total 283,560 sq km land 276,840 sq km water 6,720 sq km noteincludes Galapagos Islands. government type republic. Capital Quito.
This page is up for Adoption Want to know more than read Adoption Want to reserve this page than send a detailed e-mail to want to become a sponsoring member ? than read Membership Ecuador Background: The "Republic of the Equator" was one of three countries that emerged from the collapse of Gran Colombia in 1830 (the others being Colombia and Venezuela). Between 1904 and 1942, Ecuador lost territories in a series of conflicts with its neighbors. A border war with Peru that flared in 1995 was resolved in 1999. See also : Area: total: 283,560 sq km
land: 276,840 sq km
water: 6,720 sq km
note: includes Galapagos Islands Government type: republic Capital: Quito Administrative divisions: 22 provinces (provincias, singular - provincia); Azuay, Bolivar, Canar, Carchi, Chimborazo, Cotopaxi, El Oro, Esmeraldas, Galapagos, Guayas, Imbabura, Loja, Los Rios, Manabi, Morona-Santiago, Napo, Orellana, Pastaza, Pichincha, Sucumbios, Tungurahua, Zamora-Chinchipe Independence: 24 May 1822 (from Spain) Region Name - Province Name CoA Flag Region Name - Province Name CoA Flag Amazonica Region Insular Region - Morona-Santiago - Galapagos - Napo - Orellana Sierra Region - Pastaza - Azuay - Sucumbios - Bolivar - Zamora- Chinchipe - Cañar - Carchi Costa Region - Chimborazo - El Oro - Cotopaxi - Esmeraldas - Imbabura - Guayas - Loja - Los Rios - Pichincha - Manabi - Tungurahua Alternative Maps

37. “Municipalities Across The Country Are Finding It Increasingly Difficult To Att
Local governments and Gender Equity New Perspectives and Responsibilities, womenand Local government Collection, equador, Latin American Chapter o IULA and
Making History, Building Our Future:
CANADIAN WOMEN IN MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT “Municipalities across the country are finding it increasingly difficult to attract candidates to serve as councillors or mayors.” In the Jan/Feb Edition of Forum, Susan Anne Wade, asked, “Where have all the candidates gone?”
The article challenges us to explore ways to improve participation in civic elections. Not only is the number of election candidates diminishing, but the number of elected women in local government is also diminishing. One reason for the decreasing number of women may be the complex and demanding role facing councillors in municipal government. We are seeing local government change dramatically with more responsibilities being added while at the same time we are also seeing increasing community needs. Promoting the participation of women in government deserves our serious consideration. Women can provide valuable insights. They experience life differently, shaped by the norms and traditions that define roles and responsibilities. Women have often been recognized for their contribution as community volunteers, working on concerns such as: food cooperatives, daycare centres, community health and the environment, self-help groups, and church organizations.

38. LBT: Equador Profile
Literacy definition age 15 and over can read and write total population90.1% male 92% female 88.2% (1995 est.). government.
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Country Profiles
Geography Location: Western South America, bordering the Pacific Ocean at the Equator, between Columbia and Peru Geographic coordinates: 2 00 S, 77 30 W Map references: South America Area:
total: 283,560 sq km
land: 276,840 sq km
water: 6,720 sq km
note: includes Galapagos Islands Area - comparative: slightly smaller than Nevada Climate: tropical along coast becoming cooler inland Terrain: coastal plain (costa), inter-Andean central highlands (sierra), and flat to rolling eastern jungle (oriente) Elevation extremes:
lowest point: Pacific Ocean m
highest point: Chimborazo 6,267 m Natural resources: petroleum, fish, timber Land use:
airable land:
permanent crops:
permanent pastures: forests and woodland: other:
15% (1993 est.) Natural hazards: frequent earthquakes, landslides, volcanic activity, periodic droughts Environment - current issues: deforestation; soil erosion; desertification; water pollution; pollution from oil wastes Geography - note: Cotopaxi in Andes is highest active volcano in world People Population: 12,336,572 (July 1998 est.)

39. EBAPE / FGV - E-Government
Translate this page Brevemente, os estados membros da Associação de Empresas de Telecomunicaçõesda Comunidade Andina (ASETA) - Bolívia, Colômbia, equador, Peru e Venezuela

40. UF: Vet School: Spring Summer 1999: Claiming Roots In Equador
diagnostic services. Also, there are no real government programs fordisease control or food safety, Liliana said. The rewards? Well
Claiming Large, Small Animal Roots In Ecuador
Lili Sotomayor at her family's dairy farm. M ike Whittington and Lili Sotomayor, both D.V.M.s from the Class of '91, are experiencing partnership - personal and professional - in a way they never have before. When they picked up stakes and moved to Quito, Ecuador, Whittington and Sotomayor- small animal and dairy veterinarians, respectively - were working in central Washington and unexcited about their lives. Then Lili's family, which owns a dairy farm in Quito, offered her the opportunity to become a partner in the business. "This was an opportunity not easy to come by in the states," Mike said. "Our jobs at the time were not what we wanted for the long term, and we didn't have any definite work goals in the near future. So we decided to take a chance." Their move in October 1997 enabled Lili to shift from caring for sick cows to actually owning a business and consulting in milk quality and milking machine operation. It also enabled Mike and Lili to jointly open a small animal practice in Quito, where Mike is the sole practitioner. "I spent 13 months finishing all the official paperwork," he said, describing his new practice as having 80 percent dogs with cats making up the other 20 percent of his clientele.

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