Swaziland: “They don't see us as people”: Security of tenure and forced evictions in Eswatini
Discussing two emblematic cases, this report reveals how the human rights violation of forced evictions is rooted in Eswatini’s land governance system which fails to provide at least hundreds of people with a minimum degree of security of tenure. The report also highlights the failure of the Eswatini government to abide by its international, regional and national legal obligations, especially the obligation to guarantee the right to adequate housing.
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