Environmental justice and the rights of indigenous peoples international and domestic legal perspectives using examples in national and international case law she demonstrates how their lack of sufficient legal rights leaves indigenous peoples defenceless time and again in the face of governments and businesses who have little . Paul keals work on international law and indigenous peoples also warranted a mention for example see his book european conquest and the rights of indigenous peoples the moral backwardness of international society cambridge university press 2003 moreover at times westra verges into becoming a proponent of the myth of the ecological . Environmental justice and the rights of indigenous peoples international and domestic legal perspectives 1st edition by laura westra routledge its providing a significant addition to the legal scholarship that is geared towards better recognising the rights of indigenous peoples journal of environmental law table of contents. Download citation on researchgate environmental justice and the rights of indigenous peoples international and domestic legal perspectives more than 300 million people in over 70 countries . More than 300 million people in over 70 countries make up the world s indigenous populations yet despite ever growing pressures on their lands environment and way of life through outside factors such as climate change and globalization their rights in these and other respects are still not fully recognized in international law
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