New report: Dynamics of conflicts in Kenya's Mau Forest Complex, towards an early warning system

The Ogiek Peoples' Development Program's new report argues for a fresh approach to conflict early warning systems in the Mau Forest Complex, Kenya's largest forest. Land issues, often linked with illegal logging, are a main cause of conflicts in the Complex, which 15,000 Ogiek call home.  

Photo: Ogiek Elders in Marioshoni

Click on the link below to download the report.

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Date: 11/01/2012

Countries:

Kenya

Categories:

Statelessness
Violence/Conflict
Indigenous Peoples
Refugees/Displacement/Migrants

Press Contact Information

Name: Mohamed Matovu

Telephone: +256 782 748 189

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