Ment practices or the complexity of indigenous rights defend the interests of indigenous peoples indigenous peoples resource management and global rights eburon academic . Indigenous peoples challenges the assumption that these processes are empowering indigenous peoples in tangible ways by examining the ongoing work and offers a detailed analysis of the legal political and institutional implications this volume is an engaging study of the issues involved in indigenous peoples rights. 2 global and national frameworks on indigenous peoples rights a policy review5 21 international agreements related to indigenous peoples rights to natural resource. The international group of authors of the essays included draw on examples from different parts of the world which highlight the issues that are involved in indigenous peoples struggle for control of their lives and their future
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