Das völkerrechtliche Institut der Autonomie innerstaatlicher Gruppen 978-3-16-155272-4 - Mohr Siebeck
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Christian Schliemann Radbruch

Das völkerrechtliche Institut der Autonomie innerstaatlicher Gruppen

[Minority Groups and Autonomy in International Law.]

2017. XVI, 429 pages.

Jus Internationale et Europaeum 131

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Do minorities and indigenous peoples have the right to handle their own affairs with a degree of autonomy and independently from higher national and international authorities? At the core of Christian Schliemann Radbruch's analysis lies an assessment of the collective rights of such groups, to what extent universal and regional human rights provide them with the autonomy they desire, and how models of autonomy look like in practice.
Do minorities and indigenous peoples have the right to handle their own affairs with a degree of autonomy and independently from higher national and international authorities? At the core of Christian Schliemann Radbruch's analysis lies an assessment of the collective rights of such groups, to what extent universal and regional human rights provide them with the autonomy they desire, and how models of autonomy look like in practice.
Authors/Editors

Christian Schliemann Radbruch Geboren 1981, Studium der Rechtswissenschaft in Berlin und Strasbourg; zurzeit Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am DFG-Sonderforschungsbereich 700 »Governance in Räumen begrenzter Staatlichkeit«, Freie Universität Berlin.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Europa Ethnica — 2017, 140–141 (Peter Hilpold)
In: Humanitäres Völkerrecht — 2018, 281–283 (Robin Ramsahye)