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Making the Declaration Work

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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Making the Declaration Work
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The authors of this collective book, of interest to the specialist as well as the general public, were for many years intimately involved in the Declaration process. It tells the story of the Declaration from the inside, detailing its history, negotiations, content, and broader significance. Contributions come from the world over ranging from indigenous activists, to members of the Human Rights Council and its various working groups and mechanisms, as well as UN and governmental officials who engineered the process from beginning to end.
Release date Australia
February 8th, 2010
Contributors
Edited by Claire Charters Edited by Rodolfo Stavenhagen
Imprint
International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs
Pages
450
Dimensions
170x239x23
ISBN-13
9788791563614
Product ID
4143078

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