The EACOP, undertaken by Total Energies, has displaced thousands of indigenous peoples in Uganda and Tanzania from their homes
Facing government-sanctioned ethnic violence, mass sexual abuse, and the seizure of property, the Eritrean Afar are an indigenous people trapped by a repressive government. Combined with a blockade of their homeland, the Afar condition only worsens.
Analyzing the Conditions of Tamazight Language Revitalization in Morocco.
For decades, the Sahrawi people of the Western Sahara have fought occupation, and today face a new reality of eviction and cultural erasure.
As the Moroccan government illegally extracts mineral and agricultural wealth from occupied Sahrawi lands, indigenous communities suffer.
The large extraction project poses negative social, environmental, and health impacts on indigenous peoples in Cameroon.
Farmers encroaching on pastoralist village land has led to violent conflict in Kilosa and Mvomero districts.
Bellah people are a marginalized group within the Kel Tamasheq society. Descent-based slavery has kept Bellah people within a caste system.
An ongoing civil war between Anglophone Cameroonians and the Francophone government has led to increasing ethnic tensions and strife that has consequently contributed to the displacement and loss of livelihood of pastoralist Mbororo.
The Mau Forest complex – which spans four Kenyan districts including Kericho, Nakuru, Bomet, and Narok – is rapidly declining due to human deforestation.