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ILDC reaches 2,000th Case note

The 2000th headnote added to International Law in Domestic Courts analyses a case from the Third Chamber of Chile’s Supreme Court, and discusses the protection of specific rights conferred on an indigenous group with regards to the development of land considered to be of historical and symbolic value to the indigenous community. It is a wonderful example of the way in which international law can be writ large in domestic legal orders. The human rights of the indigenous group were protected under international law, and recognized by the Supreme Court.

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