Vol. 32, No. 1 – Symposium 2015

Symposium: A Celebration of the Nobel Peace Prize Nomination of S. James Anaya for His Work as the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

 

Selected U.N. Country and Thematic Reports

Report Of The Special Rapporteur On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples On The Situation Of Maori People In New Zealand

Report Of The Special Rapporteur On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples On The Situation Of Indigenous Peoples In The Republic Of The Congo

Report Of The Special Rapporteur On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples On The Situation Of Indigenous Peoples In The United States Of America

Report Of The Special Rapporteur On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples On Extractive Industries And Indigenous Peoples

Report Of The Special Rapporteur On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples On The Situation Of Indigenous Peoples In Canada

S. James Anaya

The Legitimising Effect Of Coordination Between Relevant International Institutions And The Harmonisation Of The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples

Claire Charters

The United States Country Report Of Special Rapporteur S. James Anaya: Reflections And Aspirations

Angela R. Riley & Adeleene M. Rockwell

Observations Relating To The U.N. Special Rapporteur’s Report On Māori People In New Zealand – 2011: Introducing A Human Rights Discourse To Treaty Jurisprudence

Andrew Erueti

Governing The Global Commons: How UNSR Anaya’s Study On Extractive Industries Can Inform A New Global Human Rights Regulatory Regime For Transnational Conservation NGOs Operating On Or Near Indigenous Territories

Gina Cosentino

Carbon Credit Schemes And Indigenous Peoples In Kenya: A Commentary

Kanyinke Sena

 

Notes

Proposing A Freedom From Predatory Microfinance Lending

Keith D. Collett

Buying Property In Mexico’s “Restricted Zone”: The Missed Opportunity That Was The 2013 Beltrones Proposal To Amend Article 27 Of The Mexican Constitution

Dane J. Dehler