As background to Chris Huggins’ post (below) on the regional significance of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights recent decision on indigenous land rights in Kenya, readers are referred to the concise and comprehensively hyperlinked overview provided by the Jurist website (hats off to Andrew Solomon for the tip). The decision itself (Communication 276/2003) weighs in at eighty pages but merits the reading – I’ll post tomorrow with some observations on its significance for international law and practice.
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