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Implementing the Policy of the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Ornelas, Roxanne T.;
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  • Published: 17 Feb 2014
  • Publisher: Scholarship@Western
  • Country: Canada
On September 13, 2007, the United Nations General Assembly voted to adopt the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). This was an historic event as work on UNDRIP had been ongoing for 30 years before its passage. Today, UNDRIP provides a framework for addressing human rights protections for Indigenous peoples globally. This article examines the significance of UNDRIP as a public policy tool for developing national policy to support future resource and land management consultations that are based on free, prior, and informed consent.
free text keywords: human rights, Idle No More, sacred lands, trust in governance, United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Energy Policy, Environmental Law, Environmental Policy, Human Geography, Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law, International Law, International Relations, Land Use Law, Law and Society, Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Legislation, Natural Resources Law, Nature and Society Relations, Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law, Other International and Area Studies, Other Legal Studies, Other Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration, Policy Design, Analysis, and Evaluation, Public Administration, Public Affairs, Public Policy, Social Policy, Urban Studies and Planning, Water Law
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