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Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of the Heritage of Indigenous Peoples

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Chapter Summary

This appendix section of the book Cultural Rights in International Law: Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Beyond contains principles and guidelines for the protection of the heritage of indigenous peoples. The book demonstrates that cultural rights are of profound moral, political and economic significance to individuals and groups and that they are concepts on the basis of which moral and material claims can be made and solutions given to long-term problems in societies, thus addressing past injustices and contributing to human development in peace.

Keywords: cultural rights; Universal Declaration of Human Rights



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