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International trade law and Indigenous peoples: a new direction in human rights advocacy?

22 Aug 2005
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Indigenous peoples are increasingly frustrated by the lack of effective remedy in international human rights law and the convenience of the rhetoric of state sovereignty in relation to human rights as opposed to trade. Nascent Indigenous engagement with international trade fora such as the WTO may signal a new shift in international human rights advocacy for Indigenous peoples, writes Megan Davis.

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