Ambiguous discourses
Indigenous peoples and the development of international law
in Indigenous peoples and human rights
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This chapter traces a series of discourses to which indigenous peoples were subjected, including the development of notions of trust or guardianship and it looks at the early work of the International Labour Organization. The conclusion reflects briefly on the beginnings of the engagement of indigenous groups with contemporary instruments and concepts, with their promise of renewal and empowerment.

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