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This bibliography contains a list of books, articles, and other works used as references for this book Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights Under International Law From Victims to Actors. The book explore and evaluate the human rights law's response to the dispossession of indigenous peoples. This book analyzes the right of indigenous peoples under international law to live, own and use their traditional territories; thus, its main aspiration is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the international law approach to indigenous peoples' land rights.

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