Handbook of indigenous peoples' rights / edited by Corinne Lennox and Damien Short.

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505 0 |a Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; List of tables; List of contributors; Acknowledgement; Abbreviations; 1. Introduction; Introduction; Indigeneity; Indigenous peoples' rights; International law and mechanisms for indigenous rights; Mobilizing for indigenous rights; Conclusion; References; Part I: Indigeneity; 2. Philosophical justifications for Indigenous rights; Introduction; Liberalism and the rights of minority cultures; Indigenous rights and intercultural constitutionalism; References; 3. Beyond Black and White: Essentialism, hybridity and Indigeneity. 
505 8 |a IntroductionExclusivity and cultural alterity; Marginality; Physicality; Morality; Summary; Towards Indigeneity as an open signifier; Notes; References; 4. Indigenous membership and human rights: When self-identification meets self-constitution; Introduction; Backdrop; What does international law say about indigenous membership?; HRC decisions on indigenous membership-do these shed light on an appropriate methodology?; The HRC at home in Canada: membership claims and First Nations; The consequences of the HRC ruling: Bill C-31; Conclusion; Notes; References; Part II: Right and governance. 
505 8 |a 5. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous PeoplesIntroduction; Background; Legal issues; Definition of indigenous peoples; Collective rights; Cultural identity; Human rights and cultural identity; Right on lands and self-determination; Self-determination, states and indigenous peoples; Consultation; Conclusion; Notes; References; 6. Development projects and indigenous peoples' land: Defining the scope of free, prior and informed consent; Introduction; The meaning of free, prior and informed consent. 
505 8 |a FPIC and Article 32(2) of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous PeoplesThe Inter-American Court of Human Rights; Human rights treaty bodies; The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights; UN bodies dealing specifically with indigenous peoples' rights; The International Labour Organization; Conclusions; Notes; References; 7. Exploring indigenous self-government and forms of autonomy; Introduction; Autonomy: an introduction; Does the right to autonomy for indigenous peoples exist?; From international constraint to domestic practices; Conclusion; Notes; References. 
505 8 |a 8. Reparations for indigenous peoples in Canada, New Zealand and AustraliaIntroduction; Judicial recognition of existing property rights; Reparations for the effects of colonization; Conclusion; References; 9. The long reach of frontier justice: Canadian land claims as a human rights violation; Introduction; The Cree and Quebec; The Innu and Labrador-Quebec: 'Tshash Petapen' or 'New Dawn' Agreement; Conclusion; Notes; References; Part III: Indigenous women's rights; 10. Indigenous women's rights and international law: Challenges of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. 
520 |a Indigenous peoples around the world continue to fight daily battles to secure the most basic of their rights, including non-discrimination, eradication of poverty, respect for their land rights and protection for their cultural life. This first major handbook on the rights of indigenous peoples highlights the role of different actors in shaping such rights and the many challenges of implementation. 
610 2 0 |a United Nations.  |b General Assembly.  |t Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. 
650 0 |a Indigenous peoples  |x Civil rights. 
650 0 |a Indigenous peoples  |x Legal status, laws, etc. 
650 0 |a Human rights. 
700 1 |a Short, Damien,  |e editor. 
700 1 |a Lennox, Corinne,  |e editor. 
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