Because the aerial of the internet in most of Cusco is down. You get this message due to the hospitality of my friend Jean-Jacques DECOSTER, general manager of Tinku Institute….I will soon post more details about my trip, encounters and the following presentations:

Abanto, A. (2011). Informe defensorial No. 152 Aportes para una policia nacional EIB a favor de los pueblos indigenas del Peru. World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People (WIPCE 2011). Cusco, Peru.
Baskin, C. and K. Summer (2011). From Assimilation to transformation: Incorporating indigenous education in the main instutions of post-secondary studies. World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People.
Buckskin, P. and L. O’Brien (2011). From Policy to Praxis, the time for talking is over. World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People (WIPCE 2011). Cusco, Peru.
Cajete, G., K. Nuuhiwa, et al. (2011). Ancestral knowledge of Sacred places. World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People (WIPCE 2011). Cusco, Peru.
Farrar, A. (2011). He Taonga te repo (title of her poem too). World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People (WIPCE 2011). Cusco, Peru.
Jimenez Quispe, L. (2011). Educacion y descolonizacion en Bolivia, El desarollo de capacidades en interculturalidad en las politicas publicas nacionales y locales. World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People.
Sayet, R. (2011). Devils and Giants in Southern New England: the Appropriation of Native Sites by the English Colonists. World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People (WIPCE).
Solis Fonseca, G. (2011). Culturally Specific Epistemologies. World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People. Cusco, Peru.
Thompso, T. (2011). Indigenous knowledge and Education for future generations. World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People.
Waho, T. (2011). World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People. Peru.
Yataco, M. (2011). World Conference on the Education of the Indigenous People (WIPCE 2011).