Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples

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APH Publishing, 2001 - Civil rights - 454 pages
The Book Explores The Evolution And Recognition Of Law, At The Domestic And International Levels, Related To Indigenous Peoples New Dominated By Others.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Definition of Indigenous
19
Can the Status of Indigenous Peoples
31
Evolution and Recognition of the Rights
43
Rights of Indigenous Peoples related
58
to Culture Language and Education
67
to Development
84
to Selfdetermination Autonomy
93
A During Rajas Regime
216
Recommendation No 104
341
Declaration of San Jose
353
Geneva Declaration of Principles
361
Agenda 21 Chapter 26
385
Draft United Nations Delcaration
391
Draft of the InterAmerican
405
Bibliography
421

Evolution and Recognition of Political
129
Development of Political Processes
137
Old and New Political Process
207

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