Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 292-311).
Formatted Contents Note
Pt. I. Conceptualising indigenous land rights in an African context: I. The term "indigenous" - an evolving concept ; II. Relevance and applicability of the concept "indigenous" in an African context ; III. The lands of indigenous peoples: importance and justification ; IV. Indigenous peoples' land dispossession: causes and reactions Pt. II. The judiciary and indigenous peoples' land rights: V. Indigenous peoples land claims in Kenya ; VI. Indigenous peoples' land claims in Tanzania ; VII. Indigenous peoples' land claims in Southern Africa Pt. III. Indigenous peoples' land rights in an international and African perspective: VIII. Characteristics and foundation of indigenous peoples' land rights ; IX. Constitutional recognition and states' practice regarding indigenous peoples' rights ; X. Main U.N. instruments and mechanisms relevant for indigenous land rights ; XI. Other relevant global and regional instruments ; XII. General conclusions and recommendations.
KQC202 .B37 2010
Copenhagen : International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs, 2010.