Abuses against the Indigenous Peoples of Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley
June 18, 2012
This report documents how government security forces are forcing communities to relocate from their traditional lands through violence and intimidation, threatening their entire way of life with no compensation or choice of alternative livelihoods. Government officials have carried out arbitrary arrests and detentions, beatings, and other violence against residents of the Lower Omo valley who questioned or resisted the development plans.
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ISBN: 1-56432-902-X