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Indigenous peoples’ rights to lands, territories and resources Related to discrimination In employment and occupation: Case study on practices of pastoralism and Hunting-gathering in Kenya

Type: Report
Date issued: 01 February 2008
Authors: Kipuri,Naomi

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHTS TO LANDS, TERRITORIES AND RESOURCES

RELATED TO DISCRIMINATION

IN EMPLOYMENT AND OCCUPATION:

CASE STUDY ON PRACTICES OF PASTORALISM AND

HUNTING-GATHERING IN KENYA

REPORT PREPARED FOR THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION

Dr. Naomi Kipuri,

Consultant & executive Director, Arid Lands Institute

Assisted by

Lucas Ole Naikuni

Advocate of the High Court, Kenya

February 2008

Tags: discrimination, land rights, indigenous and tribal peoples

Regions and countries covered: Kenya

Unit responsible: International Labour Standards (NORMES)

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