Edited Collection – Restoring Indigenous Self Determination

Restoring Indigenous Self Determination E-IRIndigenous peoples find themselves locked in power struggles with dominant states and transnational actors who resist their claims to key factors associated with the idea of self-determination.

In 2007, the importance of Indigenous self-determination alongside that of nation-states was  enhanced when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Declaration of Indigenous Peoples – suggesting that an important attitudinal shift might now be taking place internationally.

This volume’s contributors suggest that much more work is needed in terms of what Indigenous self-determination means in theory and how it is to be achieved in practice.

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Edited by: Marc Woons

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