A New Millennium for Indigenous Rights

A New Millennium for Indigenous Rights

by Sarah Sargent (Other)

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ISBN-13: 9781908684165
Publisher: University of Buckingham Press
Publication date: 06/22/2017
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Sarah Sargent is a qualified lawyer in the United States. Licensed to practice law (Licenses inactive) Colorado, Maryland, Kansas, USA. Her legal practice concentrated on issues of children’s rights. She worked for several non-profit organisations, including work in the capacity of Managing Attorney and Director of Legal Services. Her legal practice included extensive litigation experience, and filing briefs of amicus curiae with the state appellate court on children’s rights issues. She is also one of the founders of the non-profit organisation, Kansas Association of Counsel for Children, which is an affiliate of the national organisation, National Association of Counsel for Children, and has served as a Board member and past President of this organisation. Dr Sargent also served a member of the Kansas Judicial Council Juvenile Offender/Child in Need of Care Advisory Committee for seven years. This group was responsible for a review and revision of state laws on juvenile offenders and children in care.

Table of Contents

Author biographies i

Introduction 1

1) Global v. Local: The Protection of Indigenous Heritage in International Economic Law Valentina Vadi 7

2) Falling Short: the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Regime, Indigenous Heritage and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Lucas Lixinski 37

3) Colombia: Intellectual Property and Aboriginal Handicraft Patricia Covarrubia 55

4) Rights and Reparations: An Assessment of the UNDRIP's Contribution to American Indian Land Claims Sarah Sargent 88

5) To what extent does the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples protect 'indigeneity'? Varied world views and free, prior and informed consent Neel Thomas 116

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