Constitutional recognition of Indigenous peoples in New Zealand and Ecuador

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Gussen, Benjamen Franklen. 2016. "Constitutional recognition of Indigenous peoples in New Zealand and Ecuador." Young , Simon , Nielsen , Jennifer and Patrick , Jeremy (ed.) Constitutional recognition of first peoples in Australia: theories and comparative perspectives. Sydney, New South Wales. Federation Press. pp. 247-256
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Constitutional recognition of Indigenous peoples in New Zealand and Ecuador

Book Chapter CategoryEdited book (chapter)
ERA Publisher ID1891
Book TitleConstitutional recognition of first peoples in Australia: theories and comparative perspectives
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AuthorGussen, Benjamen Franklen
EditorsYoung , Simon , Nielsen , Jennifer and Patrick , Jeremy
Page Range247-256
Chapter Number13
Number of Pages10
Year2016
PublisherFederation Press
Place of PublicationSydney, New South Wales
ISBN 9781760020781
Web Address (URL)http://www.federationpress.com.au/bookstore/book.asp?isbn=9781760020781
Abstract

This chapter provides an analytical framework for comparative analysis of constitutional recognition of Indigenous Peoples. Specifically, the chapter looks at this process in the context of New Zealand, a jurisdiction that shares a similar colonial heritage with Australia (and Ecuador, a jurisdiction at the forefront of plurinational constitutional recognition of Indigenous rights).1 The analysis identifies an optimal approach to constitutional recognition that could provide guidance in the Australian context.

KeywordsNew Zealand, Ecuador, Constitutional recognition, Aboriginal peoples, Indigenous peoples, efficiency, equity, law-and-economics
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020480702. Constitutional law
489999. Other law and legal studies not elsewhere classified
450599. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, society and community not elsewhere classified
480410. Legal theory, jurisprudence and legal interpretation
480302. Comparative law
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Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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