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Unheard Indigenous Voices: The Kihals in Pakistan

4 May 2004

A case study of Kihals – a riverine indigenous group living in the upper Indus region – illustrating the process of the weakening of their already fragile identity and displacement from their livelihoods.

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Mushtaq Gadi

Naeem Iqbal

Wasim Wagha