Tsosie contributes to book on ‘Indigenous Rights’
Rebecca Tsosie Rebecca Tsosie, executive director of the Indian Legal Program, has contributed a paper on “Indigenous Treaty Rights: Sacred obligations, Intercultural Justice and the Discourse of Treaty Rights,” to a book, Indigenous Rights, that will be published by Ashgate in April.
“Throughout the world, indigenous rights have become increasingly prominent and controversial,” states the book’s description. “The recent adoption by the United Nations General Assembly of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is the latest in a series of significant developments in the recognition of such rights across a range of jurisdictions.
“The papers in this collection address the most important philosophical and practical issues informing the discussion of indigenous rights over the past decade or so, at both the international and national levels. Its contributing authors comprise some of the most interesting and influential indigenous and non-indigenous thinkers presently writing on the topic.”
The book is edited by Anthony J. Connolly, of the Australian National University.