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newly discovered resources, little attention has been granted to safeguarding the rights of indigenous peoples in Guyana in light of these new extractive activities. This paper identifies and analyses the relevant domestic and international legal provisions on indigenous rights and natural resources, with a particular emphasis on mining and development of offshore resources. It argues that the current legal framework in Guyana does not rise to international standards and that the procedural rights of indigenous peoples must be respected in all decision-making regarding the new offshore oil boom.
|Number of pages||27|
|Journal||Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Mar 2020|
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Daria Shapovalova (Speaker)May 2019
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