Minorities speak at the UN: Kenya

At the 3rd session of the UN Forum on Minority Issues, Andrew Songa, of the Centre for Minority Rights and Development expressed his encouragement for Kenya’s new constitution, but also the need to enforce recommendations and decisions to eliminate discrimination against minorities. To read his full statement, click here.

“Minority communities in Kenya have been the subject of economic marginalisation that has been characterized by the lack of infrastructural development, limited access to social amenities and a violation of their land rights”.

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Date: 14/12/2010

Countries:

Kenya

Categories:

Indigenous Peoples
Law/Legislation
Land Rights

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