Normative systems of Indigenous Peoples
We explore the way in which Indigenous Peoples’ institutions and normative systems govern their community relations and how they allow maintaining these systems in relationship with hegemonic jurisprudence.
Part of the premises on which the normative systems of Indigenous Peoples are built, attending to an order expressed in the rules that govern the behavior of the universe and that is expressed in relationships, rites, art and ways of life of the communities. It is also based on the principles of participatory action research.
- Regulatory framework for community mobile telephony, indigenous and community radios and networks.
- Regulatory framework for common goods associated with radio spectrum management.
- Normative framework for media plurality and organization of community intranet systems and content distribution of Indigenous Peoples.
- Community Mobile Telephony Manual. Connecting the next billion (2017).
- Communication and Rights Guide (2017).
- Actions towards a policy of promotion of indigenous and community communication in Mexico (2016).
- Basis for a Regulatory Development of Indigenous Communication in Mexico (2015).
- Public Policy Recommendations for the Development of ICT in Indigenous Communities (2013).