Indigenous Peoples’ Good Governance, Human Rights and Self-Determination in the Second Decade of the New Millennium – A Māori Perspective

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This brief paper addresses the nexus between good governance, human rights and Indigenous peoples’ self-determination particularly from Articles 3-6 and 46 of the 2007 UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The paper is placed within a Māori good governance context with some broader discussion of the Pacific.

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Joseph, Robert. "Indigenous Peoples’ Good Governance, Human Rights and Self-Determination in the Second Decade of the New Millennium — A Māori Perspective." MāoriLaw Review. December 2014. Article. (http://maorilawreview.co.nz/2014/12/indigenous-peoples-good-governance-h..., accessed July 25, 2023)

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