Indigenous Affairs 3/01 - Self-Determination

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 68
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2001
Release month / day: okt-01

Tags: Global governance, Human rights

This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on the question of self-determination for indigenous peoples.The struggle for self-determination is the fundamental pre-requisite for indigenous peoples to be able to enhance their rights and improve their situation. Contents: Editorial by Christian Erni and Marianne Jensen International Implementation of the Right of Self-Determination of Indigenous Peoples by John B. Henriksen Americas From Sovereignty to Freedom: Towards an Indigenous Political Discourse by Taiaiake Alfred Landmark Victory for Indians in International Human Rights Case against Nicaragua by the Indian Law Resource Center Arctic Self-Government in Greenland by Jens Dahl Nunavut: The Still Small Voice of Indigenous Governance by Peter Jull A 5-Year Plan to Create a Public Government in Nunavik by Gérard Duhaime Asia Indigenous Peoples' Self-determination in Northeast India by Christian Erni

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