ILO Convention No. 169 in a Nordic Context with Comparative Analysis - Tanja Joona

An Interdisciplinary Approach

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  • Tekijä: Joona, Tanja
  • Kansityyppi: pehmeäkantinen
  • Kieli: englanti
  • Vuosi: 2012
  • Sivut: 345

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This book represents a study in the fields of international law and international relations with a focus on indigenous peoples and their special rights to land. The interdisciplinary study adopts a comparative perspective in regard to the International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention No. 169 concerning the rights of indigenous peoples. While the focus is on Nordic countries, particularly Finland, Sweden and Norway, importance is being placed on evaluating the reporting processes related to the ratification of the Convention. These reports are examined by the Committee of Experts of the ILO (CEACR) and, thus, represent mostly interesting and valuable Latin American examples. Two themes arise within the context of this study: the first are the land rights articles of the ILO Convention No. 169, while the second are the subjects, or beneficiaries, of those rights. These two themes are placed within the broader context of the study through the explanation of the system of state sovereignty at the beginning of the thesis. The concluding chapter presents liberal perspectives on human rights. It can be argued that indigenous peoples' claims to prior and continued sovereignty over their territories question the source and legitimacy of state authority.

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Kuvaus This book represents a study in the fields of international law and international relations with a focus on indigenous peoples and their special rights to land. The interdisciplinary study adopts a comparative perspective in regard to the International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention No. 169 concerning the rights of indigenous peoples. While the focus is on Nordic countries, particularly Finland, Sweden and Norway, importance is being placed on evaluating the reporting processes related to the ratification of the Convention. These reports are examined by the Committee of Experts of the ILO (CEACR) and, thus, represent mostly interesting and valuable Latin American examples. Two themes arise within the context of this study: the first are the land rights articles of the ILO Convention No. 169, while the second are the subjects, or beneficiaries, of those rights. These two themes are placed within the broader context of the study through the explanation of the system of state sovereignty at the beginning of the thesis. The concluding chapter presents liberal perspectives on human rights. It can be argued that indigenous peoples' claims to prior and continued sovereignty over their territories question the source and legitimacy of state authority.
Toimitusaika 12 - 16 päivää
Kustantaja Lapland University Press
Tekijä Joona, Tanja
Sidosasu pehmeäkantinen
Sivumäärä 345
ISBN 9789524845175
Ilmestymisvuosi 2012
Tilausnumero 8351643
Asiasanat alkuperäiskansat, arktinen alue, elinkeinot, itsemäärääminen, Kansainvälinen työjärjestö, kansainväliset sopimukset, kansainväliset työsopimukset, maaoikeus, Norja, oikeudet, Pohjoismaat, poronhoito, ratifiointi, Ruotsi, saamelaiset, Suomi, suvereniteett
Alanimike 8351643

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