Tag Archives: Indigenous peoples

Empowering Arctic Indigenous Scholars and Making Connections

Call for Applications and Nominations Empowering Arctic Indigenous Scholars and Making Connections Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. Inuit Circumpolar Council Alaska Nomination deadline: 28 December 2018, 5:00 p.m. Alaska Standard Time Application deadline: 10 January 2019, 5:00 p.m. Alaska … Continue reading

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ILPC/TICA 15th Annual Indigenous Law Conference: Pre-Conference Activities

If you’re headed to the banks of the Red Cedar for our Indigenous Law Conference, consider coming early for exciting pre-conference activities! The Tribal Intern Recruitment & Information Session is a chance for students to network with Tribal In-House Counsel. … Continue reading

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Kyle Whyte on Shifting Interactions between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Parties in US Climate Adaptation Contexts

Kyle Whyte has posted “A Concern About Shifting Interactions between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Parties in US Climate Adaptation Contexts“on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Indigenous peoples everywhere are preparing for or already coping with a number of climate change impacts, … Continue reading

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Sanders on Genomic Research in Indian Country

Marren Sanders has posted “Genomic Research in Indian Country: The New Road to Termination?” on SSRN. The abstract: Genomic science has generated controversy in the social, legal, and ethical arenas for decades, and indigenous populations continue to be a subject … Continue reading

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Lynn & Whyte: “Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change and the Government-to-Government Relationship”

Kathy Lynn and Kyle Powys Whyte have posted “Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change and the Government-to-Government Relationship” on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Climate change impacts present indigenous peoples with distinct challenges, from the loss of species needed for subsistence practices … Continue reading

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AALS Indian Law-Related Programs (and Newsletter)

Thanks to Ezra Rosser for completing a newsletter for the AALS Indian Law Section: Indian Law Newsletter Jan 2013 The final agenda is here. The Indian-law related programs are all scheduled for Sunday. 10:30 – 12:15 AM [6250] Section on … Continue reading

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Bob Hershey on Globalization’s Impacts on Indigenous Peoples

Robert Hershey has posted his paper, “Globalization and its Special and Significant Impacts on Indigenous Communities,” on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Globalization is really a painting of the earth whose rendering can never be truly fixed. Yet, it is … Continue reading

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Kyle Whyte on Indigenous Peoples and Solar Radiation Management

Kyle Whyte has posted “Indigenous Peoples, Solar Radiation Management, and Consent,” available in REFLECTING SUNLIGHT: THE ETHICS OF SOLAR RADIATION MANAGEMENT (2012). Here is the abstract: Funding research on solar radiation management (SRM) is now a policy option for responding … Continue reading

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Munzer & Raustiala on IP and Indigenous Traditional Knowledge

Stephen Munzer and Kal Raustiala have posted “The Uneasy Case for Intellectual Property Rights in Traditional Knowledge” on SSRN. The paper appears in the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, Vol. 27, pp. 37-97, 2009. Here is the abstract: Should … Continue reading

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Indian Law Resource Center/NCAI to Host Lunch on Human Rights Violations Against South American Indians

More than 1,244 indigenous people have been assassinated in Colombia in the past five years.  This persecution is not unique to Colombia.  It is part of an alarming trend of human rights violations against indigenous peoples in South America.  Indigenous … Continue reading

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