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). 72 I.C.J. Reports 1971, p. 16 and 31; see p. 113 of the IACHR opinion (Garcia Ramirez’ separate concurring opinion, paragraph 5). IJGR 11.4_f4_378-409 12/15/04 5:20 PM Page 401 the most marginalized ethnic and regional sectors over the last 50 years in set- tings as diverse as the Mau Mau

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

were taken over by Africans (non-Maasai) such as the Kikuyu and Mau Mau post-colonization, but not redistributed to the Maasai”. 59 Aggressive integration policies, forced relocations and assimilation were, in general, indige- nous peoples’ experiences of post-colonial ‘emancipation’. Th e

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights