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Journal article
2012
Taylor & Francis

Land rights in Darfur act as a principal protagonist to the cause and maintenance of the ongoing armed conflict. The internal functioning and interaction of statutory, customary, and Islamic legal regimes regarding land have facilitated significant aspects of the war, and their reform will be fundamental to any effective peace process. This article describes the ro...

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Book/Monograph
1968
Northwestern University Press
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Book/Monograph
2008
Zed Books
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Journal article
2010
Cambridge University Press
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Journal article
2018
Taylor & Francis Group

The most recent legal and human rights histories of postcolonial Africa straddle visions that promote United Nations-centred human rights as the basis of the new nation, and another that promotes an amalgam between culture and these UN-centred human rights. In a number of African countries, these multiple visions of rights have been most manifest in matters related...

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Journal article
2016
Taylor & Francis Group

Politicians running for the 2016 elections in Uganda used land issues in various ways to mobilize votes. We explore the ways in which land was politicized during election campaigns, by examining the personal manifestos and rallies of candidates in the districts of Kaabong and Gulu, and in Kampala. Our main argument is that land was often constitutive of programmati...

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