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Africa: sub-Saharan jurisdictions: Indigenous peoples

Indigenous peoples of Africa

Also check national constitutions for specific protection the rights of indigenous peoples

Some specialist law journals which may be particularly useful for this topic:

Finding books on this topic
SOLO searches will probably reveal that other parts of the Bodleian - such as the 
Bodleian Social Science Library
Bodleian Social and Cultural Anthropology Library
and the Bodleian Closed Stacks 
also have useful texts on this topic.

Don't be too specific with your geographic element in the subject searches - try Africa, Southern & Africa to find relevant chapters

Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- [geographic unit]
Indigenous peoples -- Civil rights -- [geographic unit]
Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure -- [geographic unit]

If you are interested in the laws and legal traditions before colonisation the separate page in this guide may help.

Please ask a member of staff for directions as books are likely to be in at least 3 different sections of the LawBod with shelf marks beginning eg S. Africa, Internat and/or General.

African Studies collection held by the Bodleian Social Science Library

You may well find that your SOLO searches find useful titles in the Bodleian Social Science Library. Your Oxford University or Bodleian Reader's Card gives you access to this Library - and luckily it is just next door!

Open Access books available as free downloads to all with access to the internet

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