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  1. Bushmen of Southern Africa (Indigenous Peoples) by Galadriel Findlay Watson, 2004-06
  2. In Search of the San by Paul Weinberg, 2004-06-30
  3. Writing in the San/d: Autoethnography among Indigenous Southern Africans (Crossroads in Qualitative Inquiry) by Keyan G. Tomaselli, 2007-03-28
  4. The Inconvenient Indigenous: Remote Area Development in Botswana, Donor Assistance and the First People of the Kalahari by Sidsel Saugestad, 2001-02
  5. The First Bushman's Path: Stories, Songs and Testimonies of the /Xam of the North Cape by Alan James, 2002-03
  6. The yellow and dark-skinned people of Africa south of the Zambesi;: A description of the Bushmen, the Hottentots, and particularly of the Bantu, by George McCall Theal, 1910
  7. Fragile Heritage by David Lewis-Williams, Geoffrey Blundell, 1998-01-01
  8. Why Ostriches Don't Fly and Other Tales from the African Bush: by I. Murphy Lewis, 1997-01-15
  9. Rock Paintings Natal (Ukhahlamba) by J. David Lewis-Williams, 1992-12
  10. Miscast: Negotiating the Presence of the Bushmen

1. Researching Indigenous Peoples Rights Under International Law
In Africa, the Berbers and the San or Bushmen may be considered as indigenous peoples.

2. Wimsa Web Page
in 1996 at the request of the San in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia human rights, land rights, and matters of concern to indigenous

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of the San peoples of southern Africa as mandated by the Working Group of Indigenous Minorities in Southern Africa (WIMSA) and other San

4. The World Wide Web Virtual Library Indigenous Studies CWIS George
Indigenous Resources for Africa Netwarriors. Indigenous Peoples Biodiversity Information Network HomePage Library. !Kung/San Peoples.

5. BBC NEWS World Africa S African Bushmen Hail Drug Deal
South Africa's indigenous San peoples sign an agreement ensuring they will profit from the creation of a diet drug using their traditional knowledge.

6. The Forest Peoples Programme Supports Forest Peoples' Rights To
Indigenous Peoples and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) experiences in Central Africa (Paper TFRK) 610 December 2004, in San Jose

7. FPP Fundraising Guide For Indigenous Peoples In Central Africa
for indigenous peoples in Central Africa Contact local office. Address Palazzo San Calisto, 00120 Vatican City. Tel (+39) 06 698 797 99.

8. First Peoples Worldwide
Committed to promoting the rights of indigenous peoples worldwide

9. Kalahari Peoples Fund
of the San (Bushmen, Basarwa) and other rural peoples of the Kalahari desert region of southern Africa. of these "postforager" indigenous

10. WRM Bulletin N 50 / September 2001
LOCAL STRUGGLES AND NEWS AFRICA the "citemene" system which symbolized the effective use of tropical soil by the African indigenous peoples.

11. IPACC - Indigenous Peoples Of Africa Coordinating Committee
Mathambo NGAKAEAJA, Naro san, Botswana, Deputy, Southern africa wording refersto vulnerable indigenous communities to distinguish first peoples from
Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe Regional Representatives: Poem MOONEY Khoisan, South Africa Southern Africa Mathambo NGAKAEAJA Naro San, Botswana Deputy, Southern Africa Priscilla de Wet FOX Khoisan, South Africa Gender, Southern Africa Regional Review: Unlike some other parts of Africa, there is a clear distinction between the first peoples of Southern Africa and Africans who migrated into the region in relatively recent times. The cultural presence of the San hunter-gatherers has been attested to in rock art and archaeology for over 20 000 years. Human occupation of the region stretches back over 150 000 years. The aboriginal San, and their related herding neighbours, the Khoekhoe, are considered by geneticist to be the origin point of all human gene types, i.e. all humans are descended from the ancestors of the San. The San are also distinguished by their extraordinarily complex languages that include a range of click sounds. San peoples have been slowly colonised first by the arrival of Bantu-speaking Black agro-pastoralists from East and Central Africa, then much more aggressively by European settlers. The impact of European settlement in South Africa included an almost complete destruction of San civilisations. Today there are some 100 000 San living in the region. Only about 15 people have graduated from tertiary education, the majority live in situations of poverty and marginalisation. South Africa
This will be the first time that an African government adopts policy that explicitly recognises the rights of indigenous peoples. The wording refers to 'vulnerable indigenous communities' to distinguish first peoples from the Black majority population.

12. IPACC - Indigenous Peoples Of Africa Coordinating Committee
Page 01 Introduction Information on indigenous peoples in africa In Southernafrica these include the South africa san Institute (SASI);
The Indigenous Voice on Parks and Conservation in South Africa
REPORT BY: The Interim Indigenous Parks and People Working Group Comprising: Cecil Le Fleur (Chair),
Karel Kleinman,
Henri Basson,
Willem Damarah,
Willem de Wet,
Anna Festus,
Jan Josef,
Emily Smith NOTE This document is also available for download in MS Word format, by clicking here Page 01 Introduction: Information on Indigenous Peoples in Africa Page 02 Conservation bodies, SANP; Historical background on parks and protected areas Page 03 The Interim Indigenous Peoples and Parks Working Group (IPPWG) Page 04 Parks Summary, Details and Map Page 05 In Detail: (Augrabies, Kgalagadi, Knersvlakte) Page 06 Extending benefits beyond Park Boundaries Page 07 SA's Submission to the Indigenous Caucus at the WPC, DURBAN, 8-17 Sept 2003 Page 08 Composition of the Interim Indigenous Peoples and Parks Working Group
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13. Indigenous Peoples/The Basarwa (San)
indigenous peoples/The Basarwa (san). DITSHWANELO has received further recognitionfor WIMSA Working Group for indigenous Minorities in Southern africa
DITSHWANELO - The Botswana Centre for Human Rights "human rights, not human wrongs" CURRENT ISSUES Death Penalty in Botswana HIV/AIDS and Human Rights Indigenous Peoples/The Basarwa (San) Domestic Worker's Rights Legal Aid System and Poverty Regional Collaboration Refugees/Asylum Seekers ... Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexuals of Botswana Notice Board
DITSHWANELO Human Rights Film Festival
Donations International Awards for Human Rights Achievements Archives Press Releases Publications Indigenous Peoples/The Basarwa (San) DITSHWANELO has received further recognition for its ability to provide objective and efficacious mediation services. This position of trust was reaffirmed through a mandate to represent several NGOs at inter-ministerial committee meetings concerned with the relocation of the Basarwa people from the Central Kgalagadi Game Reserve (CKGR) in the Western Region in 1997 and 1998. Land rights have become an increasingly important issue for the Basarwa (San) and the Centre's experiences have shown that Basarwa communities nation wide share similar human rights concerns such as unemployment, torture, poverty and dispossession. Directly linked to this position was DITSHWANELO'S investigation into the forced removal of a Basarwa community of approximately 400 people in Ngamiland, in northwestern Botswana in 1998. DITSHWANELO is a non-voting member in the negotiation team (NT) that is made up of San who are claiming their right to live in the Central Kgalagadi Game Reserve (CKGR).

14. Africa Book Centre Ltd Indigenous Peoples Of Southern Africa
A survey of the society, community life, religion and history of the san peopleof Southern africa. indigenous peoples RIGHTS IN SOUTHERN africa
Quick search Online Catalogue BROWSE BY COUNTRY AND REGION SOUTHERN AFRICA Indigenous Peoples of Southern Africa
2000 0864864620 Paperback
1999 1919713417 Paperback
1998 Hardback
1997 Hardback
2001 Paperback
2005 0141008237 Paperback
2001 paperback
2005 8791563089 Paperback 2002 Paperback SAN OF THE KALAHARI 2002 Hardback 2004 1919930647 Paperback A CHANGE OF TONGUE 2003 Paperback KALAHARI RAINSONG 2004 1869140524 Paperback 1996 Paperback 2004 Paperback VOICES OF THE SAN Compiled and Edited by Willemien Le Roux and Alison White Pippa Skotnes 2004 Hardback Online Catalogue BROWSE BY COUNTRY AND REGION SOUTHERN AFRICA Indigenous Peoples of Southern Africa

15. Africa Book Centre Ltd Minority Rights And Indigenous Issues
Includes short descriptions of a variety of peoples such as the san of in 2001 and early 2002 among indigenous peoples in Asia, africa, the Arctic,
Quick search Online Catalogue BROWSE BY SUBJECT Law and Human Rights Minority Rights and Indigenous Issues
2004 157958392X Hardback
2005 190458425X Paperback
2004 Paperback
2004 Paperback
2002 Paperback
2003 Paperback
Online Catalogue
BROWSE BY SUBJECT Law and Human Rights Minority Rights and Indigenous Issues

16. Bushmen - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Bushmen or san peoples of South africa and neighbouring Botswana and Namibia, Categories africarelated stubs indigenous peoples of africa
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Bushmen (also known as Khwe (Khoe), Basarwa , or San ) peoples of South Africa and neighbouring Botswana and Namibia , who live in the Kalahari , are part of the Khoisan group and are related to the Khoikhoi . However, they have no collective name for themselves in any of their languages, all of which incorporate "click" sounds. They have lived in southern Africa for some 20,000 years. Along with the pygmies of Central Africa, the Bushmen have been considered a possible root or source for the female DNA lineage—the so-called Mitochondrial Eve Traditionally the Bushmen culture is hunter-gatherer with the people living in temporary wooden shelters amidst a difficult environment. The Bushmen would use a manual communication system while hunting. Since the mid- the central government of Botswana has been trying to move Bushmen out of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve even though the national constitution guarantees the people the right to live there in perpetuity. The Game Reserve was originally created in to protect the 5,000 Bushmen living there who were being persecuted by farmers and cattle-rearing tribes. The government's position is that it is too costly to provide such basic services as medical care and schooling. It has banned hunting with guns in the Reserve and has said that the Bushmen threaten the Reserve's ecology. Others, however, claim that the government's intent is to clear the area for the lucrative tourist trade and for diamond mining.

17. Africa's Bushmen May Get Rich From Diet-Drug Secret
Though the South African san Council was set up in 2001 to represent the country sKhomani, ! Map Links Healthier Ecosystems, indigenous peoples
Site Index Subscribe Shop Search Top 15 Most Popular Stories NEWS SPECIAL SERIES RESOURCES Front Page Africa's Bushmen May Get Rich From Diet-Drug Secret South African human rights lawyer Roger Chennels, who took up the San's case, said they immediately challenged the CSIR. "The negotiations were tough, but the San had the moral high ground. Once their moral ownership of the intellectual property rights was recognized, and once they wisely agreed to enter into a partnership, the dealings became reasonable," Chennels said. Though the South African San Council was set up in 2001 to represent the country's Khomani, !Xun, and Khwe tribes, a trust has been set up (please see side bar) that will share the money with other San groups in neighboring Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Angola. This is in recognition of the fact that indigenous knowledge, as with the Hoodia plant, is mostly shared by tribes across national boundaries.

Mr. Stavenhagen also visited the san rock art site in Wildebeestkuil. All indigenous peoples of South africa were brutally oppressed by the colonial

19. The Head Heeb: Redefining Indigenous Peoples
The manifesto of the indigenous peoples of africa Coordinating Committee, forinstance, And in that part of the country the earlier people are san,
The Head Heeb
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September 05, 2003
Redefining indigenous peoples
A group of Batwa (pygmies) from several east and central African countries are meeting in Kigali to fight discrimination in their respective homelands. The interesting part is that they are claiming rights as indigenous peoples under ILO Convention 169 as against the politically dominant Bantu majorities These rights have, until recently, been asserted almost exclusively against colonial settler populations rather than pre-colonial inhabitants. There now seems to be an increasing movement by the "first peoples" in various African regions to regard the ethnic groups who derive from the Bantu and Nilotic migrations as colonial settlers. The manifesto of the Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee , for instance, makes clear that the "indigenous peoples" are the hunter-gatherers and pastoralists who inhabited eastern and southern Africa before the migrations. It also makes clear that the indigenous peoples' primary grievances are against the Bantu-dominated post-colonial state structures, which often do not recognize their land rights or customary laws. At times, as in the ongoing Congolese civil war, these peoples have been subjected to outright massacres; one little-recognized facet of the 1994 Rwanda genocide is that a third of the Batwa population were killed along with hundreds of thousands of Tutsis.

20. UN Expert Urges Better Coordination In Fulfilling Needs Of
Mr. Stavenhagen said All indigenous peoples of South africa were brutally Meanwhile, however, the Khoisan have been dissatisfied by the delays in

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