FPP has published a series of five country studies, and an in-depth overview, examining indigenous peoples' land rights in the forested countries of Africa. The country studies have been produced in collaboration with African experts from Burundi, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda.
Part of FPP's series on:Land rights and the forest peoples of Africa - Historical, legal and anthropological perspectivesA series of five country studies, plus a broad overview, examining indigenous peoples' land rights in the forested countries of Africa.
Historical and contemporary land laws and their impact on indigenous peoples' land rights in RwandaPart of FPP's series on:Land rights and the forest peoples of Africa - Historical, legal and anthropological perspectivesA series of five country studies, plus a broad overview, examining indigenous peoples' land rights in the forested countries of Africa.
Tripartate declaration to the governments of the DRC, Rwanda and Uganda on the creation of a transboundary reserve which includes Volcanoes National Park, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Semliki National Park, and Virunga National Park
Report by Lucy Mulvagh for The Indigenous World 2007, IWGIA's Yearbook
Purpose: to assist the Committee to formulate questions to the Rwandan State with regard to its compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
36th session. Consideration of reports submitted at by states parties under Article 44 of the Convention. Unedited version.
Shadow Report by CAURWA to the UN Committee
Briefing Paper for indigenous organisations
The impact of ten conservation projects on the lives and futures of indigenous peoples in seven African countries.
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Consultation and feasibility study.
The situation of the Batwa forest dwellers and conservation of the Volcanoes National Park and Nyungwe Natural Forest, RwandaThis study addresses the socio-economic situation of Batwa forest dwellers of the Volcanoes National Park and the Nyungwe Natural Forest. It reviews data gathered from a range of sectoral studies, and examines the fundamental activities of the NGOs and other institutions operating in the above zones.
Describing the history and the contemporary situation of the Twa people of Rwanda and their efforts to address their issues through the international indigenous rights movement.