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Promoting Indigenous-led economic development : why parties should consult the undrip, by Robert McCreery

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Promoting Indigenous-led economic development : why parties should consult the undrip
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Promoting Indigenous-led economic development
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why parties should consult the undrip
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by Robert McCreery
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eng
Summary
"Discusses how the consultation of UNDRIP (United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples) represents best practice for Indigenous peoples, states and private enterprises wanting to revitalise Indigenous-led economic development; describes the framework of UNDRIP as being an international human rights instrument of influence; also describes how Indigenous people have the right to be involved in any decision making relating to Indigenous-led economic development." -- Taken from pages 16-19
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McCreery, Robert
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  • United Nations
  • Economic development
  • Decision making
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Promoting Indigenous-led economic development : why parties should consult the undrip, by Robert McCreery
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Information about past issues online is at http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/ILB/
Bibliography note
Bibliographical references: page 19
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Promoting Indigenous-led economic development : why parties should consult the undrip, by Robert McCreery
Copyright
Note
Information about past issues online is at http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/ILB/
Bibliography note
Bibliographical references: page 19

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