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Before the creation of the declaration on the rights of indigenous people . . .
The universal declaration was constructed in 1948, following world war two due to the atrocities that were recognised as a whole movement.
At this point, human rights have become part of our political vocabulary . . . Human rights have become known for something we should all expect.
To put it simply, the united nations have attempted to secure the rights of indigenous peoples, but its better than nothing at all.
A piece of paper will not define, or be able to accommodate for the various beliefs and cultures of the multitude of indigenous people.
But when a group of people declare rights for another group, there is always going to be a sense of hegemony, having a dominance over another.
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