Indigenous Tribes in Brazil and the Increasing Attack from Business Interests

  • Kebirungi Destiny Mugasha
  • Forster Alex
  • Watkinson Erin
doi: 10.32566/ah.2021.1.5

Absztrakt

The article offers an overview of the evolution of Brazilian law in relation to the living descendants of indigenous people who lived on the territory of Brazil before Portuguese colonisation. The legal developments reflect the evolution of the relation between the Brazilian state and the indigenous peoples since Brazil gained independence. This short article also offers a look at the implementation of relevant international norms on the rights of indigenous peoples in the Brazilian context.

Kulcsszavak:

indigenous people’s rights Brazil constitutional law international law

Hogyan kell idézni

Kebirungi, D. M., Forster, A., & Watkinson, E. (2021). Indigenous Tribes in Brazil and the Increasing Attack from Business Interests. Acta Humana – Emberi Jogi Közlemények, 9(1), 77–88. https://doi.org/10.32566/ah.2021.1.5