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Article
3 November 2015

Tanzania: Court dismisses indigenous group's case against companies for forceful & violent eviction to pave way for tourism

Author: Minority Rights Group International (UK)

          "MRG deeply disappointed by Arusha Court land rights judgment against Loliondo Maasai"...

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Company response
12 May 2015

Tanzania Conservation Limited response

Author: Tanzania Conservation Limited

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Thomson Safaris to respond to the book, Indigenous Peoples' Experiences with Access to Remedy - Case Studies from Africa, Asia and Latin America.  In response, we received the response below &...

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Story
11 May 2015

Book documents indigenous peoples' experience with access to remedy for corporate abuses

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Lawsuit
17 July 2013

Thomson Safaris lawsuit (re Maasai in Tanzania)

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

On 3February 2010, semi nomadic Maasai pastoralists filed a claim in Tanzania against Tanzania Breweries (TB) and Tanzania Conservation Ltd (TC), alleging that the companies forcefully evicted the plaintiffs from their ancestral land, and acquired it...

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Story
17 July 2013

Thomson Safaris lawsuit (re Maasai in Tanzania)

On 3 February 2010, semi nomadic Maasai pastoralists filed a claim in Tanzania against Tanzania Breweries (TB) and Tanzania Conservation Ltd (TC), alleging that the companies forcefully evicted the plaintiffs from their ancestral land, and acquired it...

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