Table of contents for Indigenous peoples in international law / by S. James Anaya.


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Introduction,
Part I. Developments over Time
1.	The Historical Context,
	The Early Naturalist Frame,
	The Early Modern State System and the Law of Nations,
	The Positivists' International Law,
	Trusteeship Doctrine and Its "Civilizing" Mission,
2.	Developments within the Modern Era of Human Rights,
	The Contemporary International Legal System,
	The Initial Model within the Modern Human Rights Frame,
	The Contemporary Indigenous Rights Movement,
	ILO Convention No. 169 of 1989,
	New and Emergent Customary International Law
Part II. Contemporary International Norms
3.	Self-Determination: A Foundational Principle,
	The Character and Scope of Self-Determination,
	Implications of the Term Peoples,
	The Content of Self-Determination,
		Substantive Aspects,
		Remedial Aspects,
Self-Determination and Contemporary International Practice Concerning Indigenous Peoples,
4.	Norms Elaborating the Elements of Self-Determination,
	Nondiscrimination,
	Cultural Integrity,
	Lands and Natural Resources,
	Social Welfare and Development,
	Self-Government,
5.	The Duty of States to Implement International Norms,
	Toward Negotiated Agreement and Respect for Historical Treaties,
	State Institutional Mechanisms,
		Executive Action,
		Legislative Action and Constitutional Reform,
		Judicial Procedures,
Part III. Norm Implementation and International Procedures
 
6.	International Monitoring Procedures,
	The Creation of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues,
	Review of Developments by the U.N. Working Group on Indigenous Populations,
Monitoring by the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Its Sub-Commission, and Its Special Rapporteur
	ILO Convention Compliance Monitoring,
	Monitoring/Reporting Procedures of the U.N. Human Rights Committee and CERD,
	Country Reports by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights,
7, 	International Complaint Procedures,
Complaint Procedures Connected to ILO Conventions,
The U.N. Human Rights Committee and Individual Communications under the Optional Protocol to the ICCPR,
Complaint Procedures within the Inter-American System,
Petitions to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights,
The Adjudication of Complaints by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: The Awas Tingni Case,
Conclusion,
Appendix: Selected Documents,
Draft Declaration of Principles for the Defense of the Indigenous Nations and Peoples of the Western Hemisphere,
	Declaration of Principles of Indigenous Rights,
	Declaration of Principles on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,
	Declaration of San José,
Convention (No. 169) Concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Independent Countries,
	Agenda 21: Chapter 26, 204
	Draft United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,
Resolution on Action Required Internationally to Provide Effective Protection for Indigenous Peoples,
	Proposed American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,
	CERD General Recommendation on Indigenous Peoples,
Bibliography,
Table of Principal Documents,
Table of Cases,
Index, 




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