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Author Swepston, Lee.

Title The foundations of modern international law on indigenous and tribal peoples. Volume 1, Basic policy and land rights [electronic resource] : the preparatory documents of the Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, and its development through supervision / by Lee Swepston.

Published Leiden, Netherlands ; Boston, Massachusetts : Brill Nijhoff, c2015.

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Physical description 1 online resource (403 p.).
Series Travaux Préparatoires of Multilateral Treaties, 1875-9807 ; v. 3
Travaux préparatoires of multilateral treaties ; v. 3.
Notes Includes index.
Contents The Foundations of Modern International Law on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples: The Preparatory Documents of the Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, and Its Development through Supervision; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Part 1: Introductory Materials; A Contents of This Volume; B How the ILO Adopts Standards; 1 Tripartism; 2 Adoption Process; 3 Voting in the ILO Conference; C Supervision of the Application of ILO Standards; 1 Regular Supervisory Mechanism; 2 Complaint Procedures; D Citation of Materials in This Volume; 1 Supervisory Comments; 2 Preparatory Materials.
Part 2: Adoption of the Articles of the Convention1 Why the ILO? The Motivation, Mandate and Competence of the ILO; 1 Adoption of Convention No. 107; 2 Adoption of Convention No. 169; 3 Concluding Remarks on the ILO's Mandate and Motivation; 2 Article 1 of Convention No. 169 -- Coverage; A Before Conventions Nos. 107 and 169; B Article 1 of Convention No. 107; C Article 1 of Convention No. 169; a The 1986 Meeting of Experts; i Peoples or Populations; ii Indigenous and Tribal; iii Tribal and Semi-tribal; b The International Labour Conference; i 1988 Session; ii 1989 Session.
D Development through Supervisiona Interpretation Requested by Switzerland; b How to Identify Who is Covered; c The Importance of having a Legal Personality; d The Importance of Self-identification; e Coverage beyond 'Indigenous'; f Changes in Governments' Manner of Identification; 3 Article 2 of Convention No. 169 -- Basic Policy and Orientation; A Convention No. 107; B Convention No. 169 -- A New Approach; i The Meeting of Experts; ii The 1988 Discussion; iii The 1989 Discussion; C Development through Supervision; 4 Article 6 -- Consultation; A Convention No. 107; B Convention No. 169.
I The Meeting of Expertsii The 1988 Discussion; iii The 1989 Discussion; C Development through Supervision; 5 Article 7 of Convention No. 169 -- Participation, Development and the Environment; A The Meeting of Experts; B The 1988 Discussion; C The 1989 Discussion; D Development through Supervision; 6 Articles 13 to 19 of Convention No. 169 -- Land Rights; A Introduction; B Before the Standards; C Convention No. 107 -- Introduction; D From C. 107 to C. 169; 1 Article 13 of Convention No. 169: Lands and Territories and the Spiritual Relationship.
2 Article 14 of Convention No. 169: Rights of Ownership and Possessiona Article 11 of C. 107; b Adoption of Article 14 of Convention No. 169; i Multiple Use and Nomads; ii Adequate Procedures to Resolve Land Claims; iii Adoption of Article 14 as a Whole; 3 Article 15 of Convention No. 169: Natural Resources; 4 Article 16 of Convention No. 169: Removal from Their Lands; a Article 12 of Convention No. 107; b Adoption of Article 16 of Convention No. 169; 5 Article 17 of Convention No. 169: Transmission of rights; a Adoption of Article 13 of Convention No. 107.
Restrictions Available to subscribing member institutions only.
Summary The International Labour Organization is responsible for the only two international Conventions ever adopted for the protection of the rights and cultures of indigenous and tribal peoples. The Indigenous and Tribal Populations Convention, 1957 (No. 107) and the Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989 (No. 169) that revised and replaced Convention No. 107, are the only international Conventions ever adopted on the subject, and Convention No. 169 is the only one that can now be ratified. This volume, and its companion to be published at a later date, make clear that the basic concepts and.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed June 20, 2015).
Subject Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention (1989 June 27)
Indigenous peoples (International law)
Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9789004289055
9789004289062 (electronic book)
9004289062 (electronic book)
Standard Number 10.1163/9789004289062