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Introduction to Symposium on International Indigenous Rights, Financial Decisions, and Local Policy

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 January 2017

Dwight Newman*
Affiliation:
University of Saskatchewan and James Madison Program at Princeton University
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References

1 Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, GA Res. 61/295 (Sept. 13, 2007).

2 See, e.g., Alexandra Xanthaki, Indigenous Rights and United Nations Standards: Self-Determination, Culture, and Land (2007); Reflections on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (Allen, Stephen & Xanthaki, Alexandra eds., 2011)Google Scholar; Mauro Barelli, Seeking Justice in International Law: the Significance and Implications of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (forthcoming 2016); Sheryl Lightfoot, Global Indigenous Politics: A Subtle Revolution (forthcoming 2016); Ben Saul, Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights: International and Regional Jurisprudence (forthcoming 2016); The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: A Commentary (Weiler, Marc & Hohmann, Jessie eds., forthcoming 2017)Google Scholar.

3 See Anaya, James, Indigenous Peoples in International Law, (2d ed. 2004)Google Scholar.

4 See, e.g., International Law Association, Resolution No. 5/2012: Rights of Indigenous Peoples (2012).

5 See, e.g., Lightfoot, supra note 2.

6 See, e.g., Barelli, supra note 2; Newman, Dwight, Theorizing Collective Indigenous Rights, 31 Am. Indian L. Rev. 273 (2006)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. See also generally, Dwight Newman, Community and Collective Rights: A Theoretical Framework for Rights Held by Groups (2011).

7 van Genugten, Willem, Protection of Indigenous Peoples on the African Continent: Concepts, Position Seeking, and the Interaction of Legal Systems, 104 AJIL 29 (2010)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

8 Karen Engle, The Elusive Promise of Indigenous Development: Rights, Culture, Strategy (2010).

9 Gover, Kirsty, Settler-State Political Theory, ‘Canzus’ and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, 26 Eur. J. Int’l L. 345 (2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

10 Hill, Asta, Western Australia’s Remote Indigenous Communities: A Case against Closures and a Call for New Governance, 109 AJIL Unbound 209 (2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

11 Newman, Dwight, Indigenous Title and Its Contextual Economic Implications: Lessons for International Law from Canada’s Tsilhqot’in Decision , 109 AJIL Unbound 215 (2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

12 Odumosu-Ayanu, Ibironke, Indigenous Peoples, International Law, and Extractive Industry Contracts, 109 AJIL Unbound 220 (2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

13 Cf. also, S.J. Rombouts, Having A Say: Indigenous Peoples, International Law, and Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (2014); Cathal M. Doyle, Indigenous Peoples, Title to Territory, and Rights and Resources: the Transformative Role of Free Prior and Informed Consent (2014).

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