This paper provides an overview of the Emberá-Wounaan indigenous group of Panama in the context of its legal traditions, worldview, and socio-political organization. In addition, this work examines how overlapping systems of tribal law and national Panamanian law have shaped 1) the tribe's geographic boundaries; and 2) environmental management in tribal communities



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