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Card image 23 January 2019 Leiden University

Return of customary law often a let-down for local people

Traditional leaders in many African countries have regained some of their former powers. Politicians and companies in some of these countries manage to gain access to valuable land via these leaders, at the cost of the local population. This is the message of Professor of Law, Administration and Development…

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https://www.oaklandinstitute.org/relocation-sites-maasai-evictions-critically-flawed

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