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Contributor(s): Short, Damien | Lennox, Corinne | Burger, Julian | Hohmann, JessieMaterial type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: Special issue : the tenth anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples1-2January-February 2019 ; 23Philadelphia, USA : Routledge : 2019Description: volume 23 ; 25 cmContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISSN: 13642987Subject(s): Human rights -- Periodicals | Civil rights -- PeriodicalsLOC classification: JC571 | I58 2019 v.23 (1-2)
Contents:
Introduction Jessie Hohmann
The UNDRIP : an increasingly robust legal parameter / Felipe Gómez Isa
After the declaration : next steps for the protection of indigenous peoples' rights / Julian Burger
The UNDRIP and the legal significance of the right of indigenous peoples to self-determination: a human rights approach with a multidimensional perspective / Dorothée Cambou
Implementation of the UNDRIP around the world: achievements and future perspectives. The outcome of the work of the ILA Committee on the Implementation of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples / Federico Lenzerini
The World Bank’s new Environmental and Social Framework: some progress but many gaps regarding the rights of indigenous peoples / Corinne Lewis & Carl Söderbergh
Implementing free prior and informed consent: the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (2007), the challenges of REDD+ and the case for the precautionary principle / Malayna Raftopoulos & Damien Short
Towards new development paradigms: the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a tool to support self-determined development / Jérémie Gilbert & Corinne Lennox
Creating a space for indigenous rights: the Universal Periodic Review as a mechanism for promoting the rights of indigenous peoples / Noelle Higgins
Looking back to move forward: the status of environmental rights under the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples / Adriana Giunta
Treaty making and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: lessons from emerging negotiations in Australia / Harry Hobbs
The self divided: the problems of contradictory claims to Indigenous peoples’ self-determination in Australia / Stephen M. Young
Indigenous rights and the legal politics of Canadian coloniality: what is happening to free, prior and informed consent in Canada? / Jeremy Patzer
A critical evaluation of the domestic standards of the right to prior consultation under the UNDRIP: lessons from the Peruvian case / Amelia Alva-Arévalo
Implementing the rights of indigenous peoples in Japan: implications and challenges of forest certification for the Ainu / Fumiya Nagai
The approach to UNDRIP within the African Regional Human Rights System / Lucy Claridge
Indigenous peoples’ rights in Morocco: subaltern narratives by Amazigh women / Silvia Gagliardi
Reflections on indigenous peoples’ rights vis-à-vis the law of occupation / Shlomit Stein
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Special issue : the tenth anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Introduction Jessie Hohmann

The UNDRIP : an increasingly robust legal parameter / Felipe Gómez Isa

After the declaration : next steps for the protection of indigenous peoples' rights / Julian Burger

The UNDRIP and the legal significance of the right of indigenous peoples to self-determination: a human rights approach with a multidimensional perspective / Dorothée Cambou

Implementation of the UNDRIP around the world: achievements and future perspectives. The outcome of the work of the ILA Committee on the Implementation of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples / Federico Lenzerini

The World Bank’s new Environmental and Social Framework: some progress but many gaps regarding the rights of indigenous peoples / Corinne Lewis & Carl Söderbergh

Implementing free prior and informed consent: the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (2007), the challenges of REDD+ and the case for the precautionary principle / Malayna Raftopoulos & Damien Short

Towards new development paradigms: the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a tool to support self-determined development / Jérémie Gilbert & Corinne Lennox

Creating a space for indigenous rights: the Universal Periodic Review as a mechanism for promoting the rights of indigenous peoples / Noelle Higgins

Looking back to move forward: the status of environmental rights under the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples / Adriana Giunta

Treaty making and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: lessons from emerging negotiations in Australia / Harry Hobbs

The self divided: the problems of contradictory claims to Indigenous peoples’ self-determination in Australia / Stephen M. Young

Indigenous rights and the legal politics of Canadian coloniality: what is happening to free, prior and informed consent in Canada? / Jeremy Patzer

A critical evaluation of the domestic standards of the right to prior consultation under the UNDRIP: lessons from the Peruvian case / Amelia Alva-Arévalo

Implementing the rights of indigenous peoples in Japan: implications and challenges of forest certification for the Ainu / Fumiya Nagai

The approach to UNDRIP within the African Regional Human Rights System / Lucy Claridge

Indigenous peoples’ rights in Morocco: subaltern narratives by Amazigh women / Silvia Gagliardi

Reflections on indigenous peoples’ rights vis-à-vis the law of occupation / Shlomit Stein

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