AP-POLS1000 6 - Shuyang Ma Tutorial Chapter 17 Indigenous People-post-1945 development-human rights in international law-1970s-indigenous rights-ILO

AP-POLS1000 6 - Shuyang Ma Tutorial Chapter 17 Indigenous...

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Shuyang Ma Feb 11 2013 Tutorial: Chapter 17 Indigenous People -post-1945 development -human rights in international law -1970s-indigenous rights -ILO, 106 (1957) -ILO, 169 (1989) -UNDRIP, (2007) -distinct from majority -distinct interest, distinct right -^forms of recognition -UNDRIP, 2007 -historical relationship -forms of state and how it reflects the Indigenous People -denied basic human rights? -suppression of culture (Indian Act) -suppression of political organization -state centralized native identity -land of Indigenous people get smaller -land not contiguous, divided up (divisions) -black land occupied, before state formation -state territorializes a particular group through the dispossession of others -Indigenous struggle: -territorial aspect/struggle -radicalized through setting of stolen land -right to remain distinct: integrate at the basis of equality Two approaches: -objective -self-identification: Indigenous people -Indian Act 1876 -by blood quantuon! -full status (6.1) Indian -Child mixed (6.2) Indian -Mixed child-loses status

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