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In the past, indigenous peoples were exposed to many violations of human rights. They were treated as nations without rights and civilisation. Colonial powers confiscated their land without paying any compensation. Their culture, religion, language, social and judicial systems were annulled or even destroyed. Members of indigenous peoples were victims of ethnocide/genocide and were used as cheap labour force. Today, many live on the edge of human society and deal with different problemsdoi:10.4335/8.1.35-63(2010) fatcat:deomnw2thnginm7mhqz2kqzyhm