World Indigenous Law Conference 2016

The World Indigenous Law Conference is held every two years and was hosted by the Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples in October 2016, bringing the Conference to North America for the first time.
World Indigenous Law Conference 2016

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Issuu Document: 2016 World Indigenous Law Conference Report

The 2016 World Indigenous Law Conference Report features an international discourse on Indigenous Peoples' Jurisprudence: examining legal frameworks and strategies for self-determined futures. This third such international law convening focused on Indigenous Peoples' legal issues, rights and strategies, including: Rights of Mother Earth, Violence Against Indigenous Women & Children, Traditional Knowledge, Relationship to Lands & Territories, Doctrine of Discovery & Terra Nullius, Environment and Climate Change, Treaties & Conventions, Tribal Jurisdictions and Territorial Integrity, and Intellectual Property.

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