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1. Minorities At Risk (MAR)
indigenous peoples. KENYA. somali. 850. 0.0300. indigenous peoples. 3979. 0.0360. indigenous peoples. NIGERIA. OGONI. 0.1200. communal contender. SOUTH africa. ASIANS. 1114.
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COUNTRY GROUP TYPE ANGOLA BAKONGO communal contender ANGOLA CABINDA communal contender ANGOLA OVIMBUNDU communal contender BOTSWANA SAN indigenous peoples BURUNDI HUTUS communal contender BURUNDI TUTSIS communal contender CAMEROON BAMILEKE communal contender CAMEROON KIRDI indigenous peoples CAMEROON WESTERNERS communal contender CHAD SOUTHERNERS communal contender CONGO LARI communal contender CONGO M'BOSHI communal contender DEM. REP. CONGO HUTUS ethnoclass DEM. REP. CONGO LUBA communal contender DEM. REP. CONGO LUNDA, YEKE communal contender DEM. REP. CONGO NGBANDI communal contender DEM. REP. CONGO TUTSIS ethnoclass DJIBOUTI AFARS indigenous peoples ERITREA AFARS ethnonationalist ETHIOPIA AFARS indigenous peoples ETHIOPIA AMHARA communal contender ETHIOPIA OROMO communal contender ETHIOPIA SOMALIS indigenous peoples ETHIOPIA TIGREANS communal contender GHANA ASHANTI communal contender GHANA EWE communal contender GHANA MOSSI -DAGOMBA communal contender GUINEA FULANI communal contender GUINEA MALINKE communal contender GUINEA SUSU communal contender KENYA KALENJIN indigenous peoples KENYA KIKUYU communal contender KENYA KISII communal contender KENYA LUHYA communal contender KENYA LUO communal contender KENYA MAASAI indigenous peoples KENYA SOMALI indigenous peoples MADAGASCAR MERINA communal contender MALI

2. Second WIPO Internet Domain Name Process
Examples of Names of indigenous peoples Registered as Domain Names 1 Site under construction. somali. East africa.
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Examples of Names of Indigenous Peoples Registered as Domain Names Name of Indigenous People Region in which the Indigenous People is located Domain Name Domain Name Holder Country of Domain Name Holder Activity
Aborigines Australia and Pacific Islands Noname. com United States of America General Information/Portal unrelated to Aborigines Ashaninka South America Ashaninka Imports, Inc United States of America Web site of Ashaninka Imports Ashanti Ghana Ashanti Farm South United States of America Web site of Ashanti Farm Apache Southwest of America

3. Indigenous Peoples Under The Rule Of Islam
Organizations Network. indigenous peoples Under the Rule of Islam tip of north west africa, all through the Middle the 10th century the somali nomads have intermittently waged
Document loading Religious Organizations Network Indigenous Peoples Under the Rule of Islam by Frederick P. Isaac Posted: Friday, August 3, 2001 at 04:53 PM CT Contents Preface Introduction PART I – THE UNSHEATHED SWORD Tourism and Terrorism, A Risky Venture Instability and Chaos of the so-called Rule of Law Suppression of Freedom The Ruinous Cyclone ... Preaching and Practice Dedication To the children of Assyria. Acknowledgements I wish to thank my son Ashur for encouraging me to write this book. His support in helping me put the book together made it possible to bring this effort to fruition. I also wish to thank my wife Asmar Adam for being a source of inspiration and help, and the encouragement of my two daughters Anne and Mai. I also wish to extend my gratitude to for their full support and excellent presentation of the material and professionalism. PREFACE This book has been in the process of writing for over 10 years. Since I left Iraq in the summer of 1964 and my immigration from Kuwait in 1971, I have closely followed the events that have developed in the Islamic world. Being an Assyrian national, I found that life in Iraq was unbearably difficult due to my indigenous nationality. Nor were my experiences unique, but were instead shared by many other Assyrians from Iraq and other Islamic countries. The injustice of my personal experiences in Iraq, the sadness of having to leave my home country, and awareness that this was a common circumstance for many other Assyrians, left my mind pondering over the issue of the

4. Minorities At Risk (MAR)
6% of total population) Group Type indigenous peoples Click here in the Ogaden region and somali Regional National common to the Horn of africa (DMFOOD99/00
Somalis in Ethiopia
Group Population (1998): 3 503 000 (6% of total population)
Group Type: Indigenous Peoples
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The Somalis live mainly in Eastern Ethiopia (in the Ogaden region and Somali Regional National State) near the border of Somalia. The Somalis are Muslims (BELIEF = 3), and are linguistically (LANG = 1) and culturally (CUSTOM = 1) distinct from the dominant Tigreans (and Amharans from pre-1991). Demographically and ecologically, the Somalis have been maligned by the severe droughts common to the Horn of Africa (DMFOOD99/00 = 3; DMENV99/00 = 3), and this problem has been exacerbated through the anarchy that has plagued Somalia throughout the 1990s, resulting in Somalis fleeing southern Somalia and residing in refugee camps (DMINFL99/00 = 2195,345 Somali refugees were resident in 8 camps at year 2000's end, down from 600,000 Somali refugees in 1996).
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5. Indigenous Reference Site
Where indigenous peoples Live. Source The Health of indigenous peoples Amuesha. Guana. Chenchus. africa. Dani ( Six Nations Tarahumara. Yagua. Ranquel. Vedda. somali. 7. California. Yaqui
Where Indigenous Peoples Live Source : The Health of Indigenous Peoples
Compiled by Ethel (Wara) Alderete
World Health Organization (WHO), 1999. WHERE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES LIVE
The following listing of Indigenous Peoples is not comprehensive, nor exclusive, but instead representative of peoples living worldwide. MAP KEY
1. Artic 8.Great Basin 12.Circum-Caribbean 14.Mato Grosso ASIA 21.Chittagong Hill 26. Kalahari Desert
Aleut Shoshone Akawaio Borbora 19. North and Tract Peoples San Chipewyan Ute Bari (Motilones) Botocudo Central Asia Chakma Inuit Choquie Ge (Central) Ainu Marma 27. Ituri Forest Saami 9. Southwest Guajiro Guato Hui Tripura Efe Apache Karina Kaduveo Manchu Lese 2. Sub-Arctic Dine (Hopi) Kogi Kaingang Miao 22. South East Asia Mbuti Cree Navajo Otomac Karaja Mongolian Chin Dene Zuni Paez Kayapo (Southern) Taiwan Aborigines Hmong 28. Australia and Naskapi Yarawato Tupi Tibetan Kachin the Pacific Ojibwa 10. Pacific NW Coast Yukpa Uighur Karen Aboriginals Bella Coola 15. Gran Chaco Yi Kedang Arapesh North America Chinook South America Ache Zhuang Lisu Asmat 3. Eastern

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7. African Timelines Part I
CULTUREAs africas peoples established themselves and Spoken african languages indigenous to the continent including somali, centered around the Horn of africa), Omotic (a
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African Timelines Table of Contents Contribute to African Timelines, add a link, or make a comment! New Submission Form 5 to 2.5 million BCE Fossils, rocks, ancient skeletal remains have been uncovered in the Rift Valley and surrounding areas Photo of an African rift (Univ. of Pennsylvania): Evidence points to a common human ancestry originating in Africa from the emergence of a humanlike species in eastern Africa some 5 million years ago. From Hadar, Ethiopia, the 3.18 million year-old remains of "Lucy" were unearthed in 1974. Resources for African Archeology (ArchNet-WWW Archeology)

8. GeographyIQ - World Atlas - Africa - Somalia - People
PEOPLE As early as the seventh century AD, indigenous Cushitic peoples began to over the centuries led to the emergence of a somali culture bound by
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As early as the seventh century A.D., indigenous Cushitic peoples began to mingle with Arab and Persian traders who had settled along the coast. Interaction over the centuries led to the emergence of a Somali culture bound by common traditions, a single language, and the Islamic faith.
Today, about 60% of all Somalis are nomadic or semi-nomadic pastoralists who raise cattle, camels, sheep, and goats. About 25% of the population are settled farmers who live mainly in the fertile agricultural zone between the Juba and Shebelle Rivers in southern Somalia. The remainder of the population (15%-20%) is urban.
Sizable ethnic groups in the country include Bantu agricultural workers, several thousand Arabs and some hundreds of Indians and Pakistanis. Nearly all inhabitants speak the Somali language, which remained unwritten until October 1973, when the Supreme Revolutionary Council (SRC) proclaimed it the nation's official language and decreed an orthography using Latin letters. Somali is now the language of instruction in schools, to the extent that these exist. Arabic, English, and Italian also are used extensively.
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9. That Somali Belongs To All Whom Live In It
That our people (somali Bantus) have been robbed of their people is to be returned to its original indigenous people. The right of all peoples of africa to
The Freedom Charter Adopted at the First Congress of the Somali Bantu Scholars and Intellectuals’ Association, on 12 April 1991, in Mogadishu, Somalia. We, the Somali Bantu Scholars and Intellectuals’ Association, hereby declare for all our country and the world to know: That Somali belongs to all whom live in it, Dark Skin and Light skin, Jareer and Jileec, Bantu and Non-Bantus, and that no government can justly claim authority unless it is based on the will of all Somali people; That our people (Somali Bantus) have been robbed of their birthright to land, liberty and peace by a form of government founded on injustice and inequality; That our country will never be prosperous or free until all our people live in brotherhood, enjoying equal rights and opportunities; That only a democratic state, based on the will of all the people, can secure to all their birthright without distinction of race or colour. And therefore, we, the people of origin of the land know as Somalia, together equal, countrymen and brothers adopt this Freedom Charter; And we pledge ourselves to strive together, sparing neither strength nor courage, until the democratic changes here set out have been won.

10. World Regional Geography 200 - Africa
Moslems. D. somali Rationale for a Greater somalia. N. 1962 South africa Becomes a Republic. borrowing. This change takes place when indigenous peoples come into
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"In the broadest sense, colonialism is the application of the international designs of imperialistic powers, whereby the peoples of weaker states or territories are subjected to the rule and control of the governments of these more powerful states, for the purposes of exploitation of resources, imposition of alien values, and the safeguarding of the colonizing power's national interest. Whether this national interest demands involvement in distant lands or adjacent ones in really immaterial; the objectives and the methods are much the same." De Blij, 1971. II. Colonial Policies and Objectives A. Portugal - Mercantilism B. Germany C. Belgium - Paternalism D. France - France D'Outre Mer E. United Kingdom - Indirect Rule 2. Protectorates (e.g., Bechuanaland)

11. 100gogo Expedition Of Africa, Africa's Super Predators & Mammals Safari
formerly known as NiloHamites), and the Cushitic-speaking somali and Oromo The other indigenous groups are all Bantu-speaking peoples, originally from the
Africa - The Birthplace of Modern Humans You either love it or hate it . . . Africa Map Click here to see large map
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Africa is the second-largest continent , after Asia, covering 30,330,000 sq km; about 22% of the total land area of the Earth. It measures about 8,000 km from north to south and about 7,360 km from east to west. The highest point on the continent is Mt. Kilimanjaro - Uhuru Point - (5,963 m/19,340 ft) in Tanzania. The lowest is Lake 'Asal (153 m/502 ft below sea level) in Djibouti. The Forests cover about one-fifth of the total land area of the continent.
The Woodlands, bush lands, grasslands and thickets occupy about two-fifth.
And the Deserts and their extended margins have the remaining two-fifths of African land. World's longest river : The River Nile drains north-eastern Africa, and, at 6,650 km (4,132 mi), is the longest river in the world. It is formed from the Blue Nile, which originates at Lake Tana in Ethiopia, and the White Nile, which originates at Lake Victoria. World's second largest lake : Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa and the is the world's second-largest freshwater lake - covering an area of 69,490 sq km (26,830 sq mi) and lies 1,130 m (3,720 ft) above sea level. Its greatest known depth is 82 m (270 ft).

12. Indigenous Reference Site
Pipile, Ufaina, Uros, Pathan, East africa, Tsembaga. Tarahumara, Yagua, Ranquel, Vedda, somali, Source The Health of indigenous peoples Compiled by Ethel (Wara) Alderete
Where Indigenous Peoples Live Source : The Health of Indigenous Peoples
Compiled by Ethel (Wara) Alderete
World Health Organization (WHO), 1999. WHERE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES LIVE
The following listing of Indigenous Peoples is not comprehensive, nor exclusive, but instead representative of peoples living worldwide. MAP KEY
1. Artic 8.Great Basin 12.Circum-Caribbean 14.Mato Grosso ASIA 21.Chittagong Hill 26. Kalahari Desert
Aleut Shoshone Akawaio Borbora 19. North and Tract Peoples San Chipewyan Ute Bari (Motilones) Botocudo Central Asia Chakma Inuit Choquie Ge (Central) Ainu Marma 27. Ituri Forest Saami 9. Southwest Guajiro Guato Hui Tripura Efe Apache Karina Kaduveo Manchu Lese 2. Sub-Arctic Dine (Hopi) Kogi Kaingang Miao 22. South East Asia Mbuti Cree Navajo Otomac Karaja Mongolian Chin Dene Zuni Paez Kayapo (Southern) Taiwan Aborigines Hmong 28. Australia and Naskapi Yarawato Tupi Tibetan Kachin the Pacific Ojibwa 10. Pacific NW Coast Yukpa Uighur Karen Aboriginals Bella Coola 15. Gran Chaco Yi Kedang Arapesh North America Chinook South America Ache Zhuang Lisu Asmat 3. Eastern

13. POLITICS-SOMALIA: Bickering Leaders A “Pain In The Neck” At Peace Talks
final round of peace talks for East africa’s most twoday meeting, which focussed on the somali peace process. indigenous peoples Where are the Missing Women

14. Emerging States And Unrepresented Peoples - Global Policy Forum
models, such as Nothern Ireland, Bosnia and South africa the author somali Businesses Stunted by TooFree Enterprise (August 7, 2000) While indigenous peoples.
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Emerging States and Unrepresented Peoples
States like to pretend that they are "eternal," but states are really quite ephemeral. Old states fall apart and new ones come into being. In recent years, Czechoslovakia divided into two states, while Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union collapsed into many smaller states. What moves people to claim the right to form a new state, and what leads to a successful outcome (i.e. independence)? In a globalizing world, with decreasing national sovereignty and closer ties between people everywhere, what is the attraction of forming another independent state? Repressive governments, denying minority populations their rights, seem to be the main impetus for independence movements. But once independence is gained, the good life does not necessarily begin. Other minorities may, in turn, be disregarded or oppressed in the new emerging state. Analysis Links
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Pandora's Box: Ideals or Interest? (January 1999)
Across the world, nation states find their unity tested by separatist claims and calls for secession. Le Monde Diplomatique argues that increasingly, nationalistic rhetoric hides short-term economic interests, a desire to keep the natural resources of a country in the hands of a small population.

15. MSN Encarta - Africa
and the religion subsequently spread inland to other peoples, notably the somali. civil wars between the Islamic north and Christianindigenous south.
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16. :::Pastoral And Environmental Network In The Horn Of Africa:::
organisation to look after the indigenous people in the he has worked with pastoral peoples in Botswana Elliot Owusu – Project Officer ( somali Land ) Zewdi

17. L1 In The L2 Classroom
2. Guidance on Ethnicity, Ethnic Minorities and indigenous peoples. Literacy in somali linguistic consequences

A bibliography of resources held in the NCELTR Resource Centre
To be used in conjunction with AMEP fact sheets
Gow, G. 2002. The Oromo in exile : from the Horn of Africa to the suburbs of Australia . Carlton, Vic: Melbourne University Press.
Jolis, C Ungerth (ed) Refugee education: learning in exile
Sangster, S and P Nicholls 1996. An investigation into the reasons for the literacy difficulties experienced by female ESL students from Ethiopia and Eritrea in Perth, WA: a NLLIA small scale research project . Bentley, WA : Language Australia
Street, B 1993. Crosscultural approaches to literacy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
AMEP Fact sheets
Hassan, A Ethnicity, religion and state in the Horn of Africa. 199? In Values in Islamic culture and the experience of history. Edited byN Kirabae and Y Pochta. Part III. Islamic culture: classical paradigm and modernity

18. Cultural Survival
when the colonists outnumber the indigenous peoples, as in in Uganda, Indians in East africa, Indians and In Ethiopia Oromo, somali, Afar, Tigray and Sidamo

19. MADRE: An International Women's Human Rights Organization
Samburu, Turkana and somali, make up a significant part of the population. In Kenya, as in the rest of africa, indigenous peoples distinguish themselves not
Bush's War: The Fall-Out on Women and Families [ English or Spanish US in Africa: Partnership or Pillage? [ English French or Spanish] Rwanda Read about MADRE's Sister Organization in Kenya, the Indigenous Information Network
Country Overview Kenya is an extremely diverse country of 31.1 million people. Indigenous Peoples, including the Maasai, Samburu, Turkana and Somali, make up a significant part of the population. In Kenya, as in the rest of Africa, Indigenous Peoples distinguish themselves not based on their ancestry but on their present-day position as Peoples who maintain traditional pastoral and nomadic cultures and who, as a result, are socially and economically marginalized. Control over land is also a contentious issue within Indigenous communities. Indigenous women in pastoralist communities traditionally have no rights to property and, as a result, are more vulnerable to poverty and gender-based violence. In Kenya overall, only five percent of land is owned by women and eighty percent of women-headed families live in poverty.
Program Overview
Through Training for Change MADRE has also provided the Indigenous Information Network with computers for trainings in Indigenous communities and tape recorders to document the oral histories of elders, preserve threatened Indigenous languages and facilitate public speaking workshops for women.

20. - Transcripts
a broadbased inclusive government for the somali people. Unless we know about africa s contributions to descendants, but also indigenous peoples and European
International Edition MEMBER SERVICES The Web Home Page World U.S. Weather ... Special Reports SERVICES Video E-mail Services CNNtoGO Contact Us SEARCH Web Transcript Providers Return to Transcripts main page INSIDE AFRICA INSIDE AFRICA Aired January 31, 2004 - 12:30:00 ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
TUMI MAKGABO, CNN ANCHOR: After months of negotiations, Somali warring factions agree to form the country's first central government in more than a decade. We'll hear from some of the key players in the conflict.
The beauty of the butterfly brings hope to families in one Kenyan city. We'll introduce you to the business of butterfly farming.
The handiwork of some local South African artists makes its debut at a London auction house.
Plus, highlights from the African Cup of Nations.
These and other stories coming up on this edition of INSIDE AFRICA.
Hello, and thanks for joining us. I'm Tumi Makgabo.
The African Union calls it an important step towards lasting reconciliation in Somalia. It's a reference to the landmark peace agreement signed by Somali warring factions on Thursday. This comes after intense negotiations in Kenya mediated by the regional Inter-Governmental Authority for Development, or IGAD. There have been other deals on ending the cycle of violence.
Glenn van Zutphen tells us why this one is being hailed as Somalia's best hope.

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