D6 : Indigenous land rights: how can they be asserted and protected?
In many Commonwealth jurisdictions indigenous peoples struggle to assert title to their lands. A CLA project has investigated legal gaps in the effective recognition of indigenous people’s land rights with reference to the principles contained in the 2007 UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). The findings of the project will be presented in this session, stimulating a discussion of how rights can be asserted and protected and what is the best practice for holding the rights and dealing with disputes between indigenous and non-indigenous users.
Discover the benefits of sponsoring a session at the Commonwealth Law Conference 2021 which offers a unique opportunity for session partners to showcase their organisation, increase awareness and establish collaborative relationships with a truly international audience of law practitioners, senior justice leaders, academics, innovators and emerging new talent who will be present at this flagship biannual event.
A comprehensive Conference programme with 5 distinct daily streams provides a suite of session sponsorship opportunities for key partners.
- Sponsor flyer positioning on delegate seats at the session*
- Sponsor logo and acknowledgement in the official conference programme
- Sponsor logo on session screen
- Sponsor logo on official photography backdrop at registration – alongside date and venue
- Sponsor logo, link and acknowledgement on the conference partner page of the CLC website
- Package US $4000
*printing to be managed by the sponsor
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