Tanzania: UN demands information from gov't on eviction of Maasai

­Click on the link below for the full text of a letter from the UN Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous people, James Anaya, to the Tanzanian government, calling for information concerning the alleged forcible eviction and other human rights issues affecting indigenous Maasai pastoralists in the area of Sukenya Farm, Arusha Region.

For more information regarding this case and MRG's involvement see the following link:

Tanzania: MRG's Head of Law visits Maasai communities pitted against safari company over land dispute - See more at: http://www.minorityvoices.org/news.php/en/1205/tanzania-mrgs-head-of-law-visits-maasai-communities-pitted-against-safari-company-over-land-dispute#sthash.nxZoaIXs.dpuf
Tanzania: MRG's Head of Law visits Maasai communities pitted against safari company over land dispute - See more at: http://www.minorityvoices.org/news.php/en/1205/tanzania-mrgs-head-of-law-visits-maasai-communities-pitted-against-safari-company-over-land-dispute#sthash.nxZoaIXs.dpuf
Tanzania: MRG's Head of Law visits Maasai communities pitted against safari company over land dispute - See more at: http://www.minorityvoices.org/news.php/en/1205/tanzania-mrgs-head-of-law-visits-maasai-communities-pitted-against-safari-company-over-land-dispute#sthash.nxZoaIXs.dpuf

MRG's Head of Law visits Maasai communities pitted against safari company over land dispute

Photo: Maasai Pastoralists

Credit: ILRI/Lieve Lynen

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Date: 19/03/2014

Countries:

Tanzania

Categories:

Indigenous Peoples
Law/Legislation
Land Rights

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