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[...]low levels of meaningful political representation persist. [...]by the time constitutional reforms were implemented in a number of countries, their Indigenous peoples had already mobilized suffi ciently to participate in the constituent assemblies and help shape the resulting constitutions.
POLITICAL REPRESENTATION, POLICY & INCLUSION Does the increased representation of Indigenous and Afro-descendants in national congresses make a difference? By Nina Agrawal, Richard André, Ryan Berger, and Wilda Escarfuller S ocial inclusion is the public discourse, and, in many without legal mechanisms. a buzzword for cases, become a goal in itself. Similarly, groups at a chronic eco- politicians these Yet social inclusion, defined as nomic disadvant
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