Source: (2004) In Catherine Bell and David Kahane, eds, Intercultural Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal Contexts. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. Pp. 149-157.

In this chapter, I will consider what the previous chapters together have to tell us about salient features of dispute settlement in the indigenous context. I will then explore how this reflects a significantly enhanced conception of what indigenous rights demand, one that involves an integral mediation of normativity and due process, not merely the application of specific indigenous rights by non-indigenous institutions. (excerpt).