Thematic Review 1.2 prepared as an input to the World Commission on Dams, Cape Town
The Batwa of south west Uganda number only a few thousand people and are one of the hunter-gatherer and ex-hunter-gatherer peoples collectively known as the forest peoples (or ‘Pygmies’) of the Central African rainforests.
Case study for the Workshop on Indigenous Peoples, Forests and the World Bank: Policies and Practice. Forest Peoples Programme and the Bank Information Centre
A case study for the Workshop on Indigenous Peoples, Forests and the World Bank
Paper for the Workshop on Indigenous Peoples, Forests and the World Bank: Policies and Practice
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The Twa of the Kahuzi-Biega National Park were evicted from their traditional lands in the name of wildlife conservation. This book details their case in both the African context and that of emerging and established international norms and principles of indigenous peoples' rights.
ISBN 87-90730-31-3 142 pages Published by FPP and IWGIA
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Studies from Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Philippines and Indonesia reveal the disastrous impact of Canadian mining enterprises on the world's forests and forest peoples. This report debunks the mining industry's claims of being cleaner and greener. Includes detailed concession maps.
89 pages Paperback