The climate change regulatory framework and indigenous peoples’ lands in Africa: Human rights implications


This book employs a human rights framework to engage with the protection of indigenous peoples’ lands in the context of adverse climate change in Africa. It responds to the question: Does the climate change regulatory framework adequately safeguard indigenous peoples’ land rights in Africa, and if not, how can the human rights framework be employed to address the inadequacy? The book analyses regulatory frameworks relating to climate change at international, regional and

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Organization University/Institution
Type of resource Policy analyses/briefs
Year of Release 2016

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