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This section of the book Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights under International Law: From Victims to Actors contains table of cases. The book explores and evaluates the human rights law's response to the dispossession of indigenous peoples. It analyzes the right of indigenous peoples under international law to live, own and use their traditional territories. More particularly, the central question that the book seeks to examine is whether international human rights law can successfully accommodate indigenous peoples' land claims.

Keywords: human rights law; indigenous peoples' land rights; International Law; Special Court for Sierra Leone

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