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|Leveraging the UN Special Procedures to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples.||1|
|kvgqvsvj, kvgqvsvj||2015||Diluted control: a critical analysis of the Wai 262 report on Māori traditional knowledge and culture.||1|
|kvgqvsvj, kvgqvsvj||2015||Creativity calls: Designing a monitoring body for the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.||1|
|kvgqvsvj, kvgqvsvj||2015||Aotearoa (New Zealand).||1|
|kvgqvsvj, kvgqvsvj||2015||Realizing Indigenous self-governance: The domestic influence of the right to self-government in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.||1|
|kvgqvsvj, kvgqvsvj||2015||Los procedimientos especiales de la ONU y los pueblos indígenas: Un estudio de caso de Guatemala [‘The UN special procedures and indigenous peoples: A case study of Guatemala’].||1|
|kvgqvsvj, kvgqvsvj||2015||Unpacking the Special Procedures’ influence: The actors, principles and mechanisms.||1|
|kvgqvsvj, kvgqvsvj||2015||Indigenous self-governance: The influence of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.||1|
|kvgqvsvj, kvgqvsvj||2015||The limitations of the current International Human Rights law system in regard to monitoring of rights? Does it encourage “Rights Ritualism”?.||1|
|kvgqvsvj, kvgqvsvj||2014||Realising Indigenous rights through the United Nations: The domestic influence of the Special Rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous peoples.||1|