Breaking the deadlock: developing an Indigenous response to protecting Indigenous traditional knowledge
Since the epic journey in 1923 of Haudenosaunee Chief Deskaheh to Geneva to speak to the League of Nations on behalf of the Six Nations of the Iroquois, Indigenous peoples have looked to the international arena as a place to seek protection of their rights and their way of life and as a place for Indigenous voices to be heard. Chief Deskaheh was denied an audience with the League, as were other Indigenous leaders who sought its assistance. Despite this ignominious beginning the...[Show more]
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