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that while an indigenous group may qualify as a minority, not all minorities are indigenous. For example, in the three East African countries of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, the Asians are a minority group. They are an important economic force, being a very powerful community in trade and commerce

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

: A Contested Legal Framework for Empowerment of Marginalised Communities (Asser Press/Springer, Th e Hague/ Berlin, 2011) pp. 67–71. Central African Pygmies (Batwa), 20 Southern African San (Bushmen) 21 and East African foragers. 22 Due to their un(der)-documented history and the remoteness of their

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

over ownership and land boundaries. Relatedly, the 1955 East African Royal Commission Report ( earcr ) marked a significant turning point in the land tenure regimes and the system of customary land tenure in British East African countries, including Uganda, 32 through championing land

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Author: Attiya Waris

and included at the time the British colonial policy on all Crown colonies including the Kenya and East Africa Protectorate. 20 Another Waris / International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 14 (2007) 25–57 31 17) A. U. Iwobi, ‘Tiptoeing Through a Constitutional Minefield: The Great Sharia

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Author: Julian Hopwood

Essay on Politics in Acholi, Uganda, 1962 – 1965 (East African Publication House, Nairobi, 1967) pp. 19–21. 20  lcii Councillor, Ongako, Gulu, February 2014. 21  lcii Chairman, Palabek Kal, Lamwo, August 2012. 22 Girling, supra note 6, p. 196. 23 B. Jones, Beyond the State in Rural

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Author: David Keane

mentioned that the problem was not limited to Asia alone and that it existed in some parts of Africa and perhaps in South America. The expanded working paper therefore examined the situation in West Africa, North-east Africa, Somalia, and Yemen. It concluded that “the prevalence of discrimination based on

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

himself does not override or nullify the right and an appellate tribunal is obliged to determine if the absence of interpretation, whether as a result of inadvertence or implied or explicit waiver, impaired the fairness of the trial. The East African cases, the Hong Kong case, the Australian position all

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Author: Korir Sing'Oei

this Act, or to any rules made thereunder, or to the provisions of any other law for the time being in force.” 17 ) P. Veit et al. , Protected Areas and Property Rights: Democratizing Eminent Domain in East Africa (World Resource Institute, Washington DC, 2007), at <pdf

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

Commons and its Effect on Food Security in Eastern Ethiopia’, paper presented at the International Conference on ‘Land Policies in East Africa: Technological innovations, administration and patrimonial stakes’ held at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, 2–4 November 2011. 4 J. Helland

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Author: Lyal S. Sunga

, ‘Human Rights and Climate Change’, 14 Australian International Law Journal (2007) pp. 161–183, at p. 167. 61 T. Hagmann, ‘Fighting in the Desert? Conflict and Resource Management in East African Drylands’, in D. Péclard (ed.), Environmental Peacebuilding: Managing Natural Resource Conflicts in a

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights