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Indigenous Affairs 4/04 - Land Rights: A Key Issue

Publisher: IWGIA
Number of pages: 52
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Publication language: English
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2005
Release month/day: jan-05
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This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on the issue of land rights Contents: Editorial - by Marianne Wiben Jensen Governance, the Territorial Approach and Indigenous Peoples - by Pedro García Hierro Securing Land Tenure Rights for Cambodia's Indigenous Communities - by Jeremy Ironside Titling Ancestral Domains: The Philippine Experience - by Lourdes Amos Strenghtening Indigenous Peoples' Influence: "Claims Boards" in Northern Canada - by Graham White Using Land Use and Occupancy Mapping to Establish a Protected Area Network in the Deh Cho Territory, Canada - by Grand Chief Herb Norwegian and Petr Cizek Traditional Water Knowledge and Emancipation of Hunter-Gatherers in Southern Africa - by Cornelis VanderPost, Joram /Useb and Nigel Crawhall The Century-Long Displacement and Dispossession of the Maasai in Kenya - by Joseph Ole Simel The Endorois and their Lost Heritage - by Bill Rutto and Korir Sing'oeie


Tags: Land rights, Climate action



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