Social enterprise and tourism, the key to a better integration of indigenous populations
Indigenous affairs are always sensitive and controversial. For centuries, Indigenous populations around the world have suffered from oppression, discrimination and genocide. Even though Governments today are trying to improve their situation, most Indigenous communities are still marginalized disadvantaged minorities lacking in opportunities, and are therefore not integrated to the mainstream population. Social enterprise applied to tourism can offer Indigenous peoples opportunities to develop their economic potential and to become empowered, self-sufficient communities.
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