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- Hart Publishing
- 241 x 165 x 13 mm
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- 453 g
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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights
International and Regional Jurisprudence
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Saul's book provides a valuable insight into the international and regional human rights jurisprudence on Indigenous peoples. It is written in a clear and accessible style and is comprehensive in its coverage. Saul's international law expertise is evident. This would be an ideal book to prescribe for any law subject that looks at the human rights of Indigenous peoples, and for those interested in how the UN and various regional human rights institutions have operated in practice. It is ... the only [book] which focuses specifically on the jurisprudence, and in that regard it is a valuable addition to any library, personal or otherwise. * Alternative Law Journal (2006) * An impressive and seminal work of outstanding scholarship, Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights: International and Regional Jurisprudence is unreservedly recommended for academic library Indigenous Studies collection in general, and Human Rights Law, International Law, and Comparative Law supplemental studies reading lists in particular. -- Paul T. Vogel * Midwest Book Review * Ben Saul's Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights is a worthy piece of scholarly craftsmanship...Saul's contribution with this work is certainly significant and welcome. -- Dwight Newman * The Canadian Yearbook of International Law *
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Ben Saul is Professor of International Law at the University of Sydney.
Introduction: Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights: Institutions and Influences UN Treaty Committee Jurisprudence Regional Jurisprudence Background Influences on International and Regional Jurisprudence 1. Identifying 'Indigenous' Peoples in International Law International Labour Organization Approaches United Nations Approaches Regional Approaches Conclusion 2. The United Nations Human Rights Committee and Indigenous Peoples Right to Self-Determination (ICCPR, Article 1) Right to Take Part in Cultural Life (ICCPR, Article 27) Other Civil and Political Rights Conclusion 3. Other UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies and Indigenous Peoples UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women UN Committee on the Rights of the Child UN Committee Against Torture Conclusion 4. Regional Human Rights Systems: Indigenous Property Rights in Land and Natural Resources Indigenous Rights in Property: Land and Natural Resources Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Inter-American Court of Human Rights African System: African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights Conclusion 5. Regional Human Rights Systems: Indigenous Cultural, Socio-economic and Physical Integrity Rights Cultural Rights in Regional Jurisprudence Socio-economic Rights Violence and Excessive Law Enforcement Against Indigenous Peoples Indigenous Peoples in the European Human Rights Systems Conclusion Conclusion: Future Normative and Implementation Challenges