She asserts that indians of saskatchewan have three fundamental rights in international law a right to a physical existence a right to self determination and a right to use their own natural resources and discusses the sources of these rights the author also states that the indian people of saskatchewan have a claim to statehood under the criteria in article 1 of the montevideo convention of 1933 a permanent population a defined territory a government and the capacity to enter into . The rights of indigenous peoples in international law an annotated bibliography saskatchewan university of saskatchewan native law centre subject index classification aboriginal rights see also land and other natural resources rights australia bennett gordon aboriginal title in the common law a stony path through feudal doctrine 1978 27 buffalo law review 617 bennett gordon . Rights of indigenous peoples in international law annotated bibliography roy bernadette on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers rights of indigenous peoples in international law annotated bibliography. The rights of indigenous peoples in international law an annotated bibliography supplement 1986 by roy bernadette kelly 0 ratings 0 want to read 0 currently reading 0 have read
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