Indigenous Peoples in Latin America
Site published by the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs. There are approximately 40,000,000 people in Latin America and the Caribbean that belong to the almost 600 indigenous peoples of the continent, many of whom are in Mexico, Peru, Guatemala, Bolivia and Ecuador. According to World Bank figures, 12.76% of the entire American population and approximately 40% of the rural population is indigenous.
With links to each country and information about each country's indigenous population.