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Id. at 18–26. 48. Id. at 26–30. 6 at 11–14 (discussing Vitoria’s thought and later influence on international law). 49. Id. 34 (as to more limited las Casuan views), citations omitted. ” International law became the law applicable between nations, but it was not protective of human rights, much less the rights of “stateless” Indigenous Peoples. Instead it became a vehicle justifying colonialism often in the name of “civilizing” those whose ways of life did not conform to Eurocentric norms. 50 2.
Menominee Tribe of Indians v. S. 404 (1968); John v. Baker I, 982 P. 2d 738, 752–753 (Alaska 1999); cert. den. sub nom, Baker v. S. 1182 (2000). 113. 6 at 418–419. 114. , ver. 0 (B12136); Thomson-Reuters (2011) (defining “trust). 115. 6 at 406–410. , Quick Bear v. S. 50 (1908) (in exchange for transfer of Indian land, the federal government agreed to use the purchase price for education of Indian children at a Catholic school). 116. 6 at 1344–1345. , Rockbridge v. 2d 567, 570 (1971). , United States v.
Shtml (consulted July 14, 2011). 68. g. ” 69. , International Human Rights (2009) at 153–154 (describing the ILO’s origins, purpose, and functions). 70. 10 at 54–56 (describing the ILO’s early engagement with indigenous rights). 71. Adopted, International Labour Organization Conference, June 26, 1956, entered into force June 2, 1959. ” 72 Indigenous Peoples were not consulted about ILO 107’s development and grew increasingly unhappy with its “assimilationist or integrationist elements,” but nonetheless ILO 107: established a foothold in the international system through the conceptual and institutional medium of human rights.