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Return to Chitwan: the Bote people in Nepal

[Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MY-JYV2D4Ak&t=18s
[Abstract]- Throughout the world, the traditional lifestyles of indigenous people are threatened by changing times, economic development and poverty. In Nepal, one group of tribal people barred from their traditional hunting grounds for nearly 40 years may yet see the old way of life return, thanks to a new law protecting their rights.
[Video Quality]- 360p
[Video Location]- Chitwan
[Content Rating]- G
[Duration]- 2:23
0:05- Bote roamed through the chitwan forest of south Nepal
0:15- Illegal for the Bote to enter the forest
0:32- Chitwan attracts thousands of visitors a year
0:43- Hunting and fishing in chitwan in now illegal
0:48- Government involving bote in conservation and tourism
1:18- Ramesh's dream of leaving the forest and the traditional ways for good
1:44- ILO deals exclusively with the rights of indigenous people.
2:06- Culture will be preserved.
ILO ,   (2012 )
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Video-Media in English
Thematic Group:
 ILO : International Labor & Labor
02.00.0A  -  Economic Development And Development Finance
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