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    • The Indigenous Territory and Natural Park TIPNIS in Bolivia 

      Tomaselli A; Hofmann R; Abolarin E (Committee on the Implementation of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the International Law Association (ILA), 2016)
      Bolivia is the only country to have “ratified” the UNDRIP, implementing it as domestic law with Law No.3760 of 2007. The Territorio Indígena y Parque Nacional Isiboro-Secure (TIPNIS) is a recognized National Park, a demarked ...
    • The Indigenous Territory and Natural Park TIPNIS, Bolivia (updated in April 2019) 

      Tomaselli A; Hofmann R; Abolarin E (Committee on the Implementation of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the International Law Association (ILA), 2019)
      Bolivia is the only country to have “ratified” the UNDRIP, implementing it as domestic law with Law No.3760 of 2007. The Territorio Indígena y Parque Nacional Isiboro-Secure (TIPNIS) is a recognized National Park, a demarked ...
    • (Indigenous) Land and water rights in Chile 

      Tomaselli A; Hofmann R; Lenzerini F (Committee on the Implementation of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the International Law Association (ILA), 2016)
      Since 2009, the Chilean Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court have produced a rapidly evolving and extremely interesting jurisprudence regarding indigenous land and water rights, as well as the (related) right to consultation. ...
    • Land and fishing rights of indigenous peoples in Russia 

      Prina F; Tomaselli A (Committee on the Implementation of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the International Law Association (ILA), 2016)
      In the Russian Federation, 46 peoples have been legally recognized as “small-in-number indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East”. Indigenous peoples are constitutionally recognized in art.69 of the ...