SELF-DETERMINATION FOR ALL
Declaration of Indigenous Peoples Rights: Article 46 is very significant when it comes to self-determination, it allows states subject to UNDRIP to place certain limitations on the “the exercise of the rights set forth in this Declaration.” The addition of Article 46 allow states to disregard their obligations to their Indigenous populations on the basis of territorial integrity and defence of sovereignty.
Self – Determination is a Human Right. It is recognized as a right of all peoples in the first article common to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights which both entered into force in 1976. … All peoples have the right to self-determination.
Self-determination is an important concept that refers to each person’s ability to make choices and manage their own life. This ability plays an important role in psychological health and well-being. Self-determination allows people to feel that they have control over their choices and live
Self-determination and health and the status of autonomy, those that have greater control over their own lives tend to be healthier, those with less control tend to be less healthier
Self-determination is a necessary feature of the human condition: human beings are self- determining animals (whether they like it or not). Self-determination is a human right in that it is grounded in the values of individual and collective freedom
Self-determination is the freedom to choose for ones own self. Not to be controlled or dominated