Steven Newcomb: Reflecting on a declaration on the rights of ‘dominated’ peoples

Written by at September 12, 2017

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is more rightly described as a document imposed on dominated peoples, Steven Newcomb writes.

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Steven Newcomb: Reflecting on a declaration on the rights of ‘dominated’ peoples

 

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