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Penser la diversité à partir de la reconnaissance des peuples autochtones en droit international

Abstract : This chapter aims to clarify what is covered by the expression "indigenous peoples", the diversity of this group on a global scale and the way in which the French Republic is concerned with their situations. It is based on a long research carried out in the Peruvian Amazon from 1979 to 1986, followed by researches in France and on the European institutions until the 2000s, then at the United Nations from 2001. It shows that, in the 1990s, the expression "peoples indigenous peoples” was not yet consolidated by international law and it mentions the main stages of the change that has taken place as well as its limits. Indeed, if a certain regime of recognition of linguistic and cultural diversity is the result of UN activities, the problems confronting indigenous peoples, communities or organizations remain linked to the place they are given in the States which include them, within which the issue of self-determination is tied.
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Irène Bellier. Penser la diversité à partir de la reconnaissance des peuples autochtones en droit international. Céline Ruet. Appréhender la diversité. Regards pluridisciplinaires sur l’appréhension de la diversité, IFJD - Louis Joinet, pp.119-148, 2020, Appréhender la diversité. Regards pluridisciplinaires sur l’appréhension de la diversité, 978-2-37032-248-7. ⟨halshs-03087106⟩

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