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Megan Daigle
Sarah Martin
, and
Henri Myrttinen

in Insecure Places: 2009 Update: Trends in Violence against Aid Workers and the Operational Response , HPG Policy Brief 34 ( London : Overseas Development Institute ). Stoler , A. L. ( 2010 ), Carnal Knowledge and Imperial Power: Race and the Intimate in Colonial Rule ( Berkeley : University of California Press, 2nd

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Marie-Luce Desgrandchamps
Lasse Heerten
Arua Oko Omaka
Kevin O'Sullivan
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Bertrand Taithe

support the agitation for the restructuring of the Federation, but the North, which seems to be benefiting from the present constitutional structure, is opposed to any form of restructuring. So it has been a contentious issue. Fifty years after independence people are still talking about whether the Federation would survive or not. In the past, people were blaming the colonial authorities for the underdevelopment of the country. How long shall we blame colonial rule? Is

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Results of the Charité Human Remains Project
Holger Stoecker
Andreas Winkelmann

From 2010 to 2013 the Charité Human Remains Project researched the provenance of the remains of fifty-seven men and women from the then colony of German South West Africa. They were collected during German colonial rule, especially but not only during the colonial war 1904–8. The remains were identified in anthropological collections of academic institutions in Berlin. The article describes the history of these collections, the aims, methods and interdisciplinary format of provenance research as well as its results and finally the restitutions of the remains to Namibia in 2011 and 2014.

Human Remains and Violence: An Interdisciplinary Journal
Math Noortmann
Luke D. Graham

. 19 Liberation movements The legal personality of liberation movements is based on: the right to self-determination: all peoples have the right to resist colonial rule or racist oppression; the Geneva Conventions on the humanitarian law of war (see section 67 ); the recognition of states by concluding treaties

in The basics of international law
General Assembly resolutions
Rossana Deplano

-Self-Governing Territories, which is aimed at ‘accelerat[ing] progress in the economic and social sector of those Territories’. 66 Initially, the Territories beneficiary of the duty of assistance were those territories in Africa where national liberation movements were fighting the colonial rule in general and the apartheid regime in particular. 67 It thus follows that the legal roots of the duty of assistance lie in the inalienable right to self-determination and independence of colonial countries and peoples. Paragraph 4 of Resolution 71/104 reads: [The General Assembly

in International organisations, non-State actors, and the formation of customary international law
Hilary Charlesworth
Christine Chinkin

international legal principle. It has been argued that it only properly applies to situations of colonial rule or foreign domination and is almost obsolete. 169 Particularly if manifested as a claim of secession, self-determination challenges the notion of territorial integrity and the international community has been slow to support claims made outside a European colonial context. 170 Thus

in The boundaries of international law