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Our elders understand our rights: evolving international law regarding indigenous peoples Open Access
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International law regarding indigenous peoples.
Evolving international law regarding indigenous peoples.
Indigenous peoples--Politics and government.
Indigenous peoples--Legal status, laws, etc.
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Venne, Sharon Helen
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