DOI: 10.1590/1809-43412021v18a706
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Indigenous Legal Resurgence as a Path to Reconciliation: Three Case Studies

Abstract: The court system has been instrumental lately in dramatically enhancing the opportunity for recognizing Indigenous rights. However, the court system's approach toward the Indigenous limits their autonomy and capacity to establish sovereignty on their own terms. Additionally, the Crown has consistently been reluctant to implement court decisions favourable to native communities and open nation-to-nation dialogues. One of the ways Indigenous nations in Canada are finding to reach a meaningful way to reconciliati… Show more

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