Indigenous Affairs 4/03 - Indigenous Peoples in Africa

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 48
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Region publication is about: Africa, África
Release year: 2004
Release month / day: jan-04

Tags: Global governance

This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on indigenous peoples in Africa.

Contents:

Editorial by Marianne Wiben Jensen

Central Africa
Indigenous Advocacy in Central Africa by Dorothy Jackson

After the World Parks Congress:
Rights of indigenous communities still at stake in Central Africa by John Nelson

Botswana
Struggling for the right to return:
The residents of the central Kalahari Game Reserve vs. the government of Botswana By Diana Vinding

South Africa
Protecting the land rights of indigenous people:
A South African case study by Maureen Tong

Ethiopia
The marginalization of pastoral communities in Ethiopia by Melakou Tegegn

Tanzania
Rights to land:
The case of the Maasai of Tanzania by Benedict Ole Nangoro

 
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