Indigenous Peoples in International and Comparative Law (LAW 819.3)

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LAW 819 01 January 2016 Marilyn Poitras (primary instructor)

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The question of legal rights of indigenous peoples has emerged in a number of states during the last half of the twentieth century, and has influenced developments in the work of the United Nations, the Organization of American States, their constituent organizations, and of inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations. Explores these international and comparative developments, with a focus on Constitutional, legal and policy developments in selected states.

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Students with credit for LAW 480 will not receive credit for this course.

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