Resources Grabbing and Human Rights: Building a Triangular Relationship Between States, Indigenous Peoples and Corporations

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Gilbert, J. and Bernaz, Nadia 2015. Resources Grabbing and Human Rights: Building a Triangular Relationship Between States, Indigenous Peoples and Corporations. in: Bonfanti, Angelica, Romanin Jacur, Francesca and Seatzu, Francesco (ed.) Natural Resources Grabbing: Natural Resources Grabbing: An International Law Perspective BRILL.
AuthorsGilbert, J. and Bernaz, Nadia
EditorsBonfanti, Angelica, Romanin Jacur, Francesca and Seatzu, Francesco
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