In this chapter we begin an examination of some of the key rights that are protected by human rights law and have been the subject of cases or other pronouncements by monitoring bodies. We begin with the foundational right to self-determination, then turn to the right to life and personal integrity, before analyzing the rights to identity and juridical personality. We close this chapter with the all-important rights to land, territory and resources.

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