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Koen Wellens

Autonomous Prefecture of Diqing, immediately to the west of Lijiang. After the general ban on logging in the southwest of China, this area had to compensate for a loss of 80 per cent of its income. Th e answer was to jump on the bandwagon of government promoted tourist development. One of the more

Hanne Hagtvedt Vik and Anne Julie Semb

declaration was the “most realistic” track. MFA officials had seemed to agree. 48 The ILO, however, bandwagoned on the surge of interest in indigenous issues. Its historic engagement for the rights of indigenous workers made it a possible institutional home for a new instrument on indigenous peoples. By now

Getachew Assefa

over the rest of the people, giving the impression that the state was turned into an instrument for ethnic domination. The Derg who jumped on the bandwagon of the revolution in 1974 failed to meaningfully address the age-old grievances of the people. These egregious failures of both regimes led to

Malgosia Fitzmaurice

indigenous peoples unless the scope of application of the legal concept of indigenous peoples is at least reasonably precise … Allowing all self-proclaimed indigenous minorities and groups to jump on the bandwagon of the Draft Declaration damages the credibility of article 3 of the Draft, according to which