Indigenous Peoples and Protected Areas in Africa: From Principles to Practice
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The impact of ten conservation projects on the lives and futures of indigenous peoples in seven African countries. This study demonstrates conservation organisations' failure to implement the 'new conservation principles' for working with indigenous and traditional peoples as established by the WCC, and the WCPA, the IUCN and WWF.
ISBN 0 9544252-1-9 312 pages Paperback binding
This book has also been broken down into chapters:
Case Study 5: Uganda - The impact of (forest) nature conservation on indigenous peoples:the Batwa of south-western Uganda. A case study of the Mgahinga and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Conservation Trust