2 edition of Justice for and by the aboriginals found in the catalog.
Justice for and by the aboriginals
ComiteМЃ de consultation sur l"administration de la justice en milieu autochtone (QueМЃbec)
by Direction des communications, Ministère de la justice in Sainte-Foy, Québec
Written in English
|Statement||submitted to the Québec Minister of Justice and the Québec Minister of Public Security.|
|LC Classifications||KEQ1060 .C66 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 253 p. :|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||96145243|
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Get this from a library. Justice for and by the aboriginals: report and recommendations of the Advisory Committee on the Administration of Justice in Aboriginal Communities.
[Comité de consultation sur l'administration de la justice en milieu autochtone (Québec); Québec (Province). Advisory Committee on the Administration of Justice in Aboriginal Communities.]. The constitutional conferences between government and aboriginal peoples have revealed the gulf between what each side means by aboriginal rights: for the Indians these rights are meaningless without sovereign self-government, an idea the federal and provincial governments are not willing to : Menno Boldt.
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It contains some twenty-three papers from representatives of the aboriginal people's organizations, of governments, and of a variety of academic disciplines, along with introductions and an epilogue by the editors and appendices of the key.
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