Cultural genocide and the protection of the right of existence of Aboriginal and indigenous groups
Schabas, William A. (2005) Cultural genocide and the protection of the right of existence of Aboriginal and indigenous groups. In: International law and indigenous peoples. Castellino, Joshua and Walsh, Niamh, eds. Raol Wallenberg Insitute Human Rights Library (20). Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden, pp. 117-132. ISBN 900414336x
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Genocide has a precise meaning in the legal sense as adapted by the United Nations, which is often criticised as being too narrow and restrictive either because of the scope of people it represents or the exhaustive lists of punishable acts. It has however stood the test of time. The author mentions the Aborigine case, and also mentions other genocide cases of the past.
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