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Record #122796:

Forudsaetninger for et hjemmestyre / Gedion Jeremiassen.

Title: Forudsaetninger for et hjemmestyre / Gedion Jeremiassen.
Translated title: Conditions for Home Rule.
Author(s): Jeremiassen, Gedion.
Date: 1993.
Language: Danish.
In: Grønland. (1993.), Vol. 41(3) (1993)
Abstract: Home rule does not mean independence. Denmark is constitutional motherland of Greenland and Faroes and pays subsidies to them. Two criteria of indigenous belonging were established by UN at Nuuk in 1991. Author quotes figures of indigenous percentages in various countries, remarks on wide dispersal of such groups in North America, comments on demographic and financial problems of realising Nunavut and concludes that indigenousness is not a uniform phenomenon. The Cook Islands have almost half their population in New Zealand, are also of Polynesian race, mainly share their legal system yet, for example, remained members of ANZUS when New Zealand left. The Inuit of (now) Kalaallit Nunaat, moving to an eastern land, became a material elite among indigenous peoples.
Notes:

Grønland. Vol. 41(3) :119-124 (1993).

Keywords: 325.454 -- Native peoples, self-government.
327 -- International relations.
J -- Social sciences.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 122796

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