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This index section of the book Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights under International Law contains a list of terms and concepts relevant to indigenous peoples and the remedies offered by human rights law to the violation of indigenous peoples land rights. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. The book explores the application of the rule governing title to territory in the context of indigenous peoples' rights. It explores an area that seldom receives attention, as traditionally under international law the principles of title to territory come within the strict purview of the mandate of the sovereign State without taking into account its impact on indigenous peoples.

Keywords: human rights law; indigenous peoples



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