International Law and Nomadic People
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Nomadic people, have over the years, been subject to prejudice and negative thinking by sedentarised societies as well as by political and legislative systems. It was finally only in the 1970s that international lawyers began to reassess the status of these peoples, to recognise their rights and above all, to protect them.
In his thesis Marco Moretti defines the relationship between nomadic people and law-makers between the 16th and 19th centuries. This is followed by establishing the evolution of the human rights movement, recognising peoples who are not state-entities and therefore giving place for the existence of nomadic people worldwide.
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ISBN: 9781467896368
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