Indigenous Rights: In the Age of the UN Declaration
"Running in similar directions to the previous volume, Pulitano's collection strikes out in a few unique paths by creating space for sustained critique of the Declaration and some significant conversation engaging worldviews, ecology, and even Indigenous literatures. One of the key takeaways is the way in which Indigenous peoples are actually "humanizing" international law and de-centring the state in the process." - Steve Heinrichs, Director, Mennonite Church Canada Indigenous Relations
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