Indigenous Group Toba (Also known as: Guaycurúes, Toba-Pilagá, Qom-lik, Tobas)
Location Argentina, Gran Chaco, Chaco, Formosa, Santa Fe, Buenos Aires
Estimated Population 69,452 (2004, National Institute of Statistics and Census)
Environment Rainforest / Plain / Tropical
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Hunter / Gatherer / Fishing / Agriculture / Paid Labor / Handicraft Sales
Level of Assimilation Assimilated
Language Family Classification: Mataco-Guaicuru, Guaicuruan
Alternate names: Chaco Sur, Qom, Toba Qom, Toba Sur
Dialects: Southeast Toba, Northern Toba
Website URLs Wikipedia: Toba
The UN Works: Campfire song keeps a culture alive in Argentina
CRIN: The participation of Argentinean children in the Regional Consultation on violence against children
Urgente - Ataque Masivo A Una Comunidad Toba
Canals for a Wild River: Borders and Aboriginal Utopias in the Argentinean Chaco
Minorities at Risk (MAR), Indigenous Peoples in Argentina
Amnesty International: Human Rights in Argentina
Latin America Press, Argentina - Indigenous Land Fight
Indigenous Argentine Communities ask Inter-American Human Rights Commission to Protect them from Cultural Genocide
Argentina's Forgotten People
Ethnologue: Toba, A Language of Argentina
NGOs The UN Works
The Center for Legal and Social Studies
Child Rights Information Network (CRIN)
Minorities at Risk (MAR)
Amnesty International
The Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
Amigos de la Tierra, Argentina
Silataj, Argentina
Center for Human Rights and Environment (CEDHA)