Informatics to Conserve and Promote Heritage of Indigenous Communities

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Protecting the indigenous communities and their self-esteem, protecting their living environment, empowering them to sustain themselves respectful in the world are important. Conserving and promoting their heritage is crucial also for maintaining cultural diversity, strengthening community resilience, fostering intergenerational knowledge transfer, and ensuring the recognition and respect of not only indigenous rights and identities but also human rights in general. Informatics can offer hitherto unavailable possibilities for this endeavor.


Culture, Intangible Heritage, Cultural Indigenous Communities, Art, Conservation, Politics, Tribal Law

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