Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

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Alfredsson, G., `Minimum requirements for a Nordic Sami Convention', Nordic Journal of International Law 68 (1999), 397-411

Alston, P., `Making space for new human rights: the case of the right to develop- ment', Harvard Human Rights Yearbook 1 (1988), 77-134

Alston, P. (ed.), The United Nations and Human Rights: A Critical Appraisal (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1992)

Alston, P. (ed.), The Best Interests of the Child: Reconciling Culture and Human Rights (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1994)

Alston, P. and Crawford, J. (eds.), The Future of UN Human Rights Treaty Monitor- ing (Cambridge University Press, 2000)

Amnesty International, Human Rights Violations Against the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas (London, Amnesty International, 1988)

Anaya, S. J., `Indigenous rights norms in contemporary international law', Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law, 8(2) (1991), 1-39

Anaya, S. J., Indigenous Peoples in International Law (New York and Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1996)

An-Na'im, A. A. (ed.), Human Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspectives: A Quest for Consensus (Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1992)

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Banton, M., International Action against Discrimination (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1996)

Barsh, R. L., `Aborignal rights, treaty rights and human rights: Indian tribes and constitutional renewal', Journal of Canadian Studies 17 (1982), 55-81

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