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Indigenous Peoples: legal resources: UN : Declaration and role

Subjects: Law - Foreign Law

Indigenous peoples and their rights at the United Nations

Declaration is ‘a standard of achievement to be pursued in a spirit of partnership and mutual respect’

United Nations material

The Bodleian Library has been a depository library for United Nations material since 1950. The extensive collection of documents, official records and  publications goes back to 1946. The collection is kept on open shelf in the Official Papers reading room located on floor 0 (Ground floor) of the Bodleian Law Library. The guide below well help you discover what is there, and what is available online.

Related Commentary

In SOLO, you could use the subject search string below to pick up the most relevant, narrowly focussed books and ebooks (a few examples below)

United Nations. General Assembly. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

But discussions of the impact of the Declaration is also likely to be the subject of chapters within books in the more general categories of 
Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc
Indigenous peoples (International law)

Examples of commentary