Since the very first days following its adoption, in 2007, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indgienous Peoples (UNDRIP) has paved the way for the legal renaissance of indigenous peoples, imprinted in the many manifestations of international and domestic practice which have attributed the Declaration with a legal significance much higher than its characterization as an instrument of soft law. Indeed, it recognizes a number of collective and individual rights in favour of indigenous peoples and some of its provisions have already developed into principles of customary international law.
Lenzerini, F. (2021). Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), 1-4 [10.4337/9781789903621.declaration.rights.indigenous.peoples].
|Titolo:||Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)|
|Citazione:||Lenzerini, F. (2021). Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), 1-4 [10.4337/9781789903621.declaration.rights.indigenous.peoples].|
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