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Indigenous Peoples' Rights To Their Natural Resources

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This essay discusses the very important and complex subject in human, legal, economic, social, cultural and political field: 'Indigenous People's Rights to their Natural Resources', in particular within the framework of the basic relevant provisions of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (DRIP). The 'United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples' (DRIP), was proclaimed by Resolution A/61/295 of 13 September 2007 of the United Nations General Assembly. It is an international instrument of historic and vital importance not only for the world's indigenous peoples and States in which indigenous peoples live but also for the whole world community. New mechanisms and measures are needed at the international level, to assists States in their efforts and to encourage, monitor, and examine their progress in implementing indigenous people's rights over natural resources.

Keywords: natural resources; Rights of Indigenous Peoples (DRIP); United Nations Declaration



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