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Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples

J.K. Das

ISBN 10: 8176482439 / ISBN 13: 9788176482431
Published by A.P.H., 2011
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Contents Preface 1 Introduction I Background II Scope of inquiry and methodology III Framework of the study 2 Definition of indigenous peoples I Definition of Indigenous 1 ILO definition 2 UN definition 3 World Bank definition II Definition of Peoples and its applicability 1 Definition of Peoples? 2 Can indigenous communities be regarded as Peoples III Can the status of Indigenous peoples be attributed to the Scheduled tribes of India 3 Evolution and recognition of the rights of indigenous peoples at international level I Evolution of the rights of indigenous peoples at international level 1 Evolution of human rights and indigenous peoples 2 ILO?s involvement with the question of the rights of indigenous peoples 3 UN?s involvement with the question of the rights of indigenous peoples 4 Establishment of working group and standard setting II Internationally recognised rights of indigenous peoples 1 Rights of indigenous peoples related to land and resources 2 Rights of indigenous peoples related to culture language and education 3 Rights of indigenous peoples related to development 4 Rights of indigenous peoples related to self-determination autonomy and self-government 4 Evolution and recognition of political processes in realization of the rights of indigenous peoples regarded as tribals in India I Evolution of political processes in realization of the rights of indigenous peoples Regarded as tribals in India 1 Governance and administration of tribals in Pre-British India 2 Governance and administration of tribals in British India 3 Development of political processes for tribals during constitution making II Recognition of political processes in realization of the rights of indigenous peoples regarded as tribals in India 1 Fifth schedule to the constitution 2 Sixth schedule to the constitution 5 Old and new political process in realization of the rights of indigenous peoples regarded as tribals in Tripura I Genesis of Tripura II Physical features of Tripura III Old political processes in realization of the rights of indigenous peoples regarded as tribals in Tripura 1 During Rajas regime 2 Post-independence era 3 Specific protections for realisation of the rights of indigenous peoples regarded as tribals through old political processes in Tripura and reasons IV New political process in realization of the rights of indigenous peoples regarded as tribals in Tripura 1 Tripura tribal areas autonomous district council under the state legislation of Tripura 2 Tripura tribal areas autonomous district council under the sixth schedule to the constitution of India 6 Concluding observations Appendix 1 Convention concerning the protection and integration of indigenous and other tribal and semi-tribal populations in independent countries 2 Recommendation concerning the protection and integration of indigenous and other tribal and semi-tribal populations in independent countries 3 Declaration of San Jose on ethno-development 4 Panama declaration of principles of indigenous rights 5 Geneva declaration of principles on the rights of indigenous peoples 6 Convention concerning indigenous and tribal peoples in independent countries 7 Agenda 21 Chapter 26 of Rio de Janerio 8 Draft United Nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples 9 Draft of the inter-American declaration of the rights of indigenous peoples Bibliography Index"In Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples Dr JK Das explores the evolution and recognition of law at both the domestic and international levels related to indigenous peoples--culturally distinctive groups that are descended from the original inhabitants of lands now dominated by others Dr Das demonstrates that at the international level modern human rights program has been responsive to indigenous peoples aspirations to survive as distinct communities in control of their own destinies Over the last several years the international system--particularly as embodied in United Nations and other international institutions--. Bookseller Inventory # 85476

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Title: Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples

Publisher: A.P.H.

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Hardcover

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With reference to India in general and Tripura state in particular.

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