Chad: No homes, no justice, no dignity: Victims of forced evictions in Chad
More than three years after the first wave of forced evictions and house demolitions in Chad’s capital city, N’Djamena, victims who lost their homes and livelihoods continue to be denied justice. Tens of thousands of people were forcibly evicted from their homes without due process, adequate notice, consultation, alternative housing or compensation. The Chadian authorities continue to forcibly evict people across the city without complying with international and regional human rights standards on evictions.
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