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Examining Constitutional, Legislative And Administrative Provisions Concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples In Africa- Research Findings Workshop: Workshop Report; May 10-11, Banjul, The Gambia

Record of proceedings | 11 May 2009

Tags: forced labour, international labour standards, community development, development projects, participatory development, economic development, human rights, discrimination, racial discrimination, economic and social rights, land rights, gender, indigenous and tribal peoples, minority groups, women

Regions and countries covered: Africa, Gambia

Unit responsible: International Labour Standards (NORMES)

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