1. Introduction: indigenous identity in AfricaPart I. Indigenous Claims in Africa under Global Perspective2. Overview of narratives on indigenousness;3. Contextual application of indigenousness in AfricaPart II. International and Regional Legal Position of Claimant African Indigenous Peoples4. International legal framework and indigenous claims in Africa5. Indigenous claims and rights under African regional institutionsPart III. Indigenousness in Africa under selected cases6. Twa marginality and indigenousness in Rwanda7. Indigenization of pastoralist Maasai in KenyaPart IV. Empowerment of Marginalized Ethno-Cultural Identities8. Indigenousness, human security and empowerment of marginalized identities in Africa9. Indigenousness, ethnicity, marginality and empowerment: which path to the future?
Felix Mukwiza Ndahinda is an Assistant Professor at the International Victimology Institute, Tilburg.