Public International Law/Actors in International Law/Indigenous Peoples

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Author: Raghavi Viswanath

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Just replace the content above and below with your content.Identifying indigenous peoples

Identifying indigenous peoples[edit | edit source]

Indigenous peoples and the State[edit | edit source]

Imperial domination over First Nations[edit | edit source]

Development threats[edit | edit source]

Indigenous sovereignty and self-determination[edit | edit source]

Path to recognition under international law[edit | edit source]

Decolonization efforts[edit | edit source]

Global indigenous movement[edit | edit source]

Domestic recognition[edit | edit source]

Treaty law[edit | edit source]

Customary law[edit | edit source]

Regional cooperation mechanisms[edit | edit source]

Indigenous ways of learning and knowing[edit | edit source]

Importance of territory[edit | edit source]

Framework of relationality[edit | edit source]

Deliberation and persuasion[edit | edit source]

Indigenous legal orders[edit | edit source]

Aboriginal laws[edit | edit source]

Sacred teachings and customs[edit | edit source]

Earth jurisprudence[edit | edit source]

Relationship with State laws[edit | edit source]

Rights of indigenous peoples in human rights jurisprudence[edit | edit source]

Nature of rights-holders[edit | edit source]

Self-determination[edit | edit source]

Right to non-discrimination[edit | edit source]

Right to free, prior, and informed consent[edit | edit source]

Right to scientific benefits[edit | edit source]

Indigenous right to land[edit | edit source]

Intellectual property rights[edit | edit source]

Right to cultural heritage[edit | edit source]

Conclusion[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  • Table of instruments
  • Table of cases

Further readings[edit | edit source]

Table of Contents[edit source]

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Part I - History, Theory, and Methods

Part II - General International Law

Part III - Specialized Fields

Footnotes[edit source]

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