There exists a significant schism between the world of indigenous persons and the process of globalization. To resolve conflicts at the intersection of these divergent worlds, it is imperative to develop a paradigm that recognizes the trade and human rights discourses are intertwined parts of the larger legal and human universe. Such a framework will enable a bridge between the spheres that will benefit humanity so the world will be not only a richer place, but also a better place.
Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol, Culture Clashes: Indigenous Populations and Globalization - The Case of Belo Monte, 12 Seattle J. for Soc. Just. 775 (2014)