CRI393H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, Cultural Rights, Nationstates

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Human rights and security lecture 8- culture and. Universalism: principle of self-determination, the self is not an individual self but a collective self- some say the right to self-determination is that right from which all human rights. Can examine this specifically in regards to legal disputes in regards to lands, with a number of people including indigenous people: the concept of being indigenous people with self-determination is not limited to. Mulenbach"s argues that what is going on is that being indigenous has been associated with culturally marginalized position in nation-states. Bowen has several problems with how groups identity/ self-identity as indigenous. Being recognized as the first people as giving certain individuals extra rights than others. Has all kinds of implications in localized disputes, extra rights lead to people claiming indigenity to support community goals. Bowen also evokes rwanda genocide, this echoes the partition of india and pakistan.

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