Critics’ Reviews

This resource discusses the international forces which shape legal and moral obligations of governments and people. Indigenous issues are dealt with clearly and concisely. Invaluable for international comparative studies in legal and Aboriginal studies, the book includes excellent primary sources and sound interpretation of issues … – Aboriginal Education K-12 Resource Guide (2004), NSW Dept of Education & Training

The essays edited by Sarah Pritchard prove that you don’t have to have a law degree to understand recent developments in Indigenous rights and how the UN can help protect the human rights of all people. . . . This is a much needed and enormously practical guide to knowing your Indigenous rights. – Patricia Turner, Chief Executive Officer, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission

[A] sort of recipe book on human rights, a ‘do-it-yourself’ guide to using the UN to safeguard human rights – and it will be a valuable tool for Aboriginal peoples and organisations … – Tracker Tilmouth, Director, Central Land Council

Indigenous Peoples, the United Nations and Human Rights is a much-needed, user-friendly guide [which] will surely become an indispensable addition to the libraries of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations. – Aden Ridgeway, Executive Director, New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council

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