The Hadzabe of Tanzania: Land and Human Rights for a Hunter-Gatherer Community

Author: Andrew Madsen
Number of pages: 96
ISBN number: 87-90730-26-7
ISSN number: 0105-4503
Country publication is about: Tanzania
Region publication is about: Africa, África
Release year: 2000
Release month/day: jun-00

Tags: Land rights, Climate action

In recent years the situation of the Hadzabe of Tanzania has become a cause of concern for a number of human rights organizations, development agents and individuals who have observed the ongoing marginalisation and erosion of land rights of this group of African hunter-gatherers. The document provides background information and experiences of the Hadzabe with government and development agents, relations with neighbouring communities, church and NGO-organizations.
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