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Converging Child Identity & Culture with Right to Self Determination

Converging Child Identity with the Tribe's Right to Self Determination:The Native American and Africa child identity
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ISBN-13:
9783659714740
Einband:
Paperback
Erscheinungsdatum:
20.07.2015
Seiten:
172
Autor:
Duncan Ojwang
Gewicht:
272 g
Format:
220x150x10 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

The book steers the debate on inter culture, international adoption, custody, parenting and child rearing to the next level. It uses the Right to self -determination and principles beyond decolonization as the framework to consider the recent US Supreme Court ruling on "Baby Veronica" a Native American child, right to Identity and culture. This is a framework rarely engaged in by the "lukewarm defenders" of indigenous rights to discuss complicated issues involved in adoption of Native children by non-Native parents under the Indian Child Welfare Act. The cover picture on the book is a reminder of the past and current success and resistance to violation of right to identity and culture. The culmination is the use of court systems to advance "mono humanistic" and Euro-eccentric standards used determine concepts like the best in of child, permanency and loving home. It is a very important work, where I closely worked with leading human rights Law Scholars Robert Williams, Barbra Artwood and Melissa Tatum, Professors of Law at Arizona.Finally, I dedicate the book to my family who accepted to move to Kenya from U.S with me to facilitate and secure our children identity and cultur

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