Individual and Collective Self-Identification as Indigenous in the European Arctic: International Legal Perspectives
Who is indigenous is a question which is often difficult to answer from the perspective of non-indigenous law. Lovelace v. Canada is one of the key cases of indigenous rights law. It forms an important precedent but it does not establish an unlimited subjective right to be indigenous within the fram...
|Source:||Misión Jurídica: Revista de derecho y ciencias sociales, ISSN 1794-600X, Vol. 11, Nº. 15, 2018, pags. 27-42|
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