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Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Africa

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Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Africa
Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Africa
As in many other parts of the world, the indigenous peoples of Africa are increasingly being dispossessed of their ancestral lands. Indigenous peoples have not let this happen without reacting and in some cases they have gone to court, challenging those who threatened them — colonial authorities, governments or corporate companies. The purpose of this book has been to analyze some of the land cases filed by indigenous peoples in selected African countries, in order to see how the judiciary has dealt with this human rights thematically, and what lessons can be learned from these court cases.

By Albert Kwokwo Barume

Pages: 335
Published: IWGIA, 2010
EUR: 21.00
ISBN: 978-87-91563-77-5

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