Prof Hastings Okoth-Ogendo on traditional lands and land registration in Kenya (2015)

The late Professor Hastings Okoth-Ogendo on traditional land tenure, British land registration interventions and land modernism the post-colonial era. Continue reading “Prof Hastings Okoth-Ogendo on traditional lands and land registration in Kenya (2015)”

Land rights and Aboriginal voices (Gary Foley and Tim Anderson, 2006)

This article explains Australian Aboriginal land rights as the just claim of a long historical movement, driven by Aboriginal voices of resistance to dispossession. The land rights movement – demanding the return of land stolen from Aboriginal communities, or compensation for dispossession – grew out of civil rights campaigns, stretching back to the beginning of the 20th century. National land rights claims grew in the 1960s and 70s, leading to a series of partial victories, but for a minority of Aboriginal communities. Continue reading “Land rights and Aboriginal voices (Gary Foley and Tim Anderson, 2006)”