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Title: Researching Indigenous Peoples' Rights under International Law
Available From: http://intelligent-internet.info/law/ipr2.html
Description: "International law has seldom considered indigenous peoples rights separately from the concerns of the general matters of international law. This paper [by Steven C. Perkins] will introduce this emerging area of legal development.... All present international human rights documents and doctrines apply to indigenous people throughout the world. This paper will not rehearse all of these documents and the organizations which have promulgated and enforce them. It will discuss those few organizations and resources which have directly addressed the concerns of indigenous peoples." (Introduction.)
EISIL Categories: Home > International Human Rights > Indigenous & Minority Rights
Home > Individuals & Groups > Ethnic Groups, Minorities & Indigenous Peoples
Language(s): English
Site Administrator: Steven C. Perkins, Intelligent Internet Information
SCPerkins@gmail.com


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