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Indigenous Peoples' Participatory Rights in Relation to Decisions about Natural Resource Extraction: The More Fundamental Issue About what Rights Indigenous Peoples have in Lands and Resources

James Anaya

Indigenous Peoples' Participatory Rights in Relation to Decisions about Natural Resource Extraction: The More Fundamental Issue About what Rights Indigenous Peoples have in Lands and Resources
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Resource Type Scientific Paper
Language
  • English
Year 2005
Country United States of America
Topic
  • Consultation
  • Rights and Legal Framework
Complexity Advanced
Keywords
  • Consultation
  • International Law
  • UNDRIP
Written By Academic Researchers
Written For
  • Academic Institutions or Researchers
  • Indigenous Allies
  • Leadership and Management
Description This article by James Anaya, who was later selected as the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous People, discusses Indigenous peoples right to consultation in resource development, as of 2005. The international rights afforded Indigenous people under the ILO ‘duty to consult’ are discussed, along with the ambiguity and uncertainty with which those laws are applied. Anaya discusses the rights Indigenous people should receive in land and resource development.
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