The UN Declaration On Indigenous Peoples’ Rights

The recognition of indigenous peoples’ rights is one of the contested issues in international law and jurisprudence. This book is constructed around the development of indigenous peoples’ rights. Its main thesis is that the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 2007 is a redeployment of the right to self-determination developed in the mid-twentieth century to address issues such as the rights of indigenous peoples to development, their lands, culture, biogenetic resources, traditional knowledge and folklore. In a jurisprudential analysis, the issues of global justice and the reconciliation of the international intellectual property rights with the rights of indigenous peoples to their biogenetic resources and traditional knowledge are discussed with candour.
Title: The UN Declaration On Indigenous Peoples’ Rights
Alternative name: ปฏิญญาสหประชาชาติว่าด้วยสิทธิของชนพื้นเมือง
Author: Prof. Solomon Salako
Genre: textbook
Release: 201X
Page(Chapter): 75 pages
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Table of Content:

  1. Indigenous Peoples and the Development of Their Rights
  2. Indigenous Peoples in International Law
    1. Introduction
    2. The right to self-determination
    3. Land and Environmental Rights
    4. Cultural Rights
    5. Concluding Remarks
  3. International Intellectual Property Rights System, Traditional Knowledge and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights
    1. Introduction
    2. Protection of plant genetic resources, traditional knowledge and intellectual property systems
    3. What is to be done?
    4. Concluding Remarks
  4. The Right to Development of Indigenous Peoples
    1. Introduction
    2. Sen’s Capability Thesis
    3. The Declaration on the Right to Development: An Overview
    4. The Right to Development in UNDRIP and Global Justice
    5. Conclusion
  5. Conclusion
  6. Bibliography
  7. Appendix A
  8. Appendix B
  9. Endnotes

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