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Record #191010:

Indigenous peoples as international political actors: a summary / Monica Tennberg.

Title: Indigenous peoples as international political actors: a summary / Monica Tennberg.
Author(s): Tennberg, Monica.
Date: 2010.
In: Polar Record. (2010.), Vol. 46(238) (2010)
Abstract: Discusses results of three-year research project studying international indigenous political activism using case studies from Arctic. Project addresses two themes: how relations between states, international organisations and indigenous peoples have been and are currently constructed as legal and political practices; and how indigenous peoples construct political agency through different strategies to further their political interests.
Notes:

Polar Record. Vol. 46(238) :264-270 (2010).

Keywords: 327 -- International relations.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
325.454 -- Native peoples, self-government.
341 -- Law, international.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 191010

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