Public International Law/Actors in International Law/Indigenous Peoples
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Just replace the content above and below with your content.Identifying indigenous peoples
Identifying indigenous peoplesEdit
Indigenous peoples and the StateEdit
Imperial domination over First NationsEdit
Indigenous sovereignty and self-determinationEdit
Path to recognition under international lawEdit
Global indigenous movementEdit
Regional cooperation mechanismsEdit
Indigenous ways of learning and knowingEdit
Importance of territoryEdit
Framework of relationalityEdit
Deliberation and persuasionEdit
Indigenous legal ordersEdit
Sacred teachings and customsEdit
Relationship with State lawsEdit
Rights of indigenous peoples in human rights jurisprudenceEdit
Nature of rights-holdersEdit
Right to non-discriminationEdit
Right to free, prior, and informed consentEdit
Right to scientific benefitsEdit
Indigenous right to landEdit
Intellectual property rightsEdit
Right to cultural heritageEdit
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