This research guide is designed to assist students and scholars in researching international indigenous law topics. The guide focuses on key resources for public international law related to indigenous peoples, with particular attention paid to relevant secondary sources, key international documents, United Nations resources, European Union resources, and current awareness sources.
The call numbers listed in this guide link to Ross-Blakley Law Library catalog records, which provide information about location and availability of items in the Library collection. Many of the Library’s print international resources can be found in the Foreign & International Collection in the basement of the Library; they appear in the online catalog with the location code “Law Foreign & International.” Electronic resources are indicated in the online catalog by the location code “Online access.” Some electronic resources listed in this guide are only accessible to College of Law students, faculty, and staff.
You can find more titles in the ASU Libraries collection related to indigenous peoples by searching the ASU online catalog under the following subject headings: Indigenous peoples – legal status, laws, etc. and Indigenous peoples – government relations.
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