Publication: « Restoring Indigenous Self-Determination »

Restoring-Indigenous-Self-Determination-E-IR1-1Marc Woons (Ed), Restoring Indigenous Self-Determination: theoretical and practical approaches, E-International Relations, May 2014

Disponible en ligne ici /available online here

Indigenous peoples find themselves locked in power struggles with dominant states and transnational actors who resist their claims to land, culture, political recognition and other key factors associated with the idea of self-determination. In 2007, the importance of Indigenous self-determination alongside that of nation-states was significantly enhanced when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Declaration of Indigenous Peoples – suggesting that an important attitudinal shift might now be taking place internationally. This volume’s contributors suggest that much more work is needed in terms of, on the one hand, what Indigenous self-determination means in theory and, on the other hand, how it is to be achieved in practice.

CONTENTS/TABLE

INTRODUCTION: ON THE MEANING OF RESTORING INDIGENOUS SELF-DETERMINATION-Marc Woons

SELF-DETERMINATION AND STATE DEFINITIONS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES-Ravi de Costa

SELF-DETERMINATION AS ANTI-EXTRACTIVISM: HOW INDIGENOUS RESISTANCE CHALLENGES WORLD POLITICS -Manuela L. Picq

SELF-DETERMINATION AND INDIGENOUS HEALTH: IS THERE A CONNECTION?-Michael Murphy

SELF-DETERMINATION AS SELF-TRANSFORMATION-Tim Rowse

KNOWLEDGE, TECHNOLOGY, AND THE PRAGMATIC DIMENSIONS OF SELF-DETERMINATION-Marisa Elena Duarte

MĀORI SELF-DETERMINATION AND A LIBERAL THEORY OF INDIGENEITY-Dominic O’Sullivan

RESTORING INDIGENOUS SELF-DETERMINATION THROUGH RELATIONAL AUTONOMY AND TRANSNATIONAL MEDIATION- Roderic Pitty

IMPLEMENTING INDIGENOUS SELF-DETERMINATION: THE CASE OF THE SÁMI IN NORWAY-Else Grete Broderstad

REVITALIZING AFRICAN INDIGENOUS WAYS OF KNOWING AND KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION- Hassan O. Kaya

CHINA AND THE UN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: THE CASE OF TIBET- Michael Davis

TIBETAN SELF-DETERMINATION: A STARK CHOICE FOR AN ABANDONED PEOPLE- Rob Dickinson

SELF-DETERMINATION: A PERSPECTIVE FROM ABYA YALA- Emilio del Valle Escalante

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

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