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Indigenous People's Safeguard Policy
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01:41 - 06:54 (05:13)

The indigenous people's safeguard policy was put in place in the 1980s to prevent development aggression in indigenous territories without consent. Development that exploits community resources for the developer's gain is not acceptable.

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