The Conference Report from the Project’s March 2019 gathering, is now available in the CU Law Review in February 2020 (Volume 91, Issue 2).
A Call to Action for Inspired Advocacy in Indian Country
Table of Contents:
I. The Challenges of Federal Indian Law and the Promises of the
- Historical Antecedents: The Discourses of Conquest
- A Call to Action: Reforming Federal Indian Law.
II. Understanding the Declaration in International and Domestic Law..
- The Jurisgenerative Moment in Indigenous Peoples’ Human Rights
- The Status of the Declaration and Its Role in Domestic Legal Reform
- Comparative Approaches.
- Maya Land Rights in Belize.
- Toward a National Action Plan in New Zealand.
- Resistance in Brazil Amidst Regressive Attitudes.
- Japanese Recognition of the Ainu.
III. Implementing the Declaration in the U.S.
- The Foundational Norm of Self-Determination.
- Law and Social Movements in Indian Country.
- Inspired Action in Indian Country.
Subject 1: Language Rights.
Subject 2: Business & Human Rights.
Subject 3: Religious Freedoms.
Subject 4: Cultural Rights.
Subject 5: Indian Child Welfare.
Subject 6: Climate Change & Environmental Policy.
Subject 7: Technology, Media, & Communications.
Full report is available online at http://lawreview.colorado.edu/undrip/