Indigenous Peoples and International Trade:  Building an equitable and inclusive International Trade and Investment Agreement

Edited by John Borrows and Risa Schwartz

Cambridge University Press.

An edited collection is forthcoming in late 2019 consisting  of papers by Indigenous law experts, both from academia and practice from Canada, United States, Australia and New Zealand, as well as trade and investment law experts. 

This collection will provide for epistemological study of how new international trade rules are making space for economic self-determination.

The collection will include chapters on a proposed ‘Trade and Indigenous peoples chapter’, Investment, Government Procurement, Environment, Culture and Traditional Knowledge.