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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) play an important role in economies of various countries and influence their policies and laws in different ways.
This is so because Multinational Corporations have great financial power to shape the economy of the host state.
More often than not the host state would have little bargaining power to make a Multinational Corporation conform to international standards vis-à-vis protection of human rights.
Hence, FDI has largely affected the human rights of people and in particular of the indigenous peoples in most African states.Since most of the lands occupied by the indigenous peoples are fertile, rich in resources and ‘underdeveloped’, they have been susceptible to evictions in economic development projects generated by FDI which has invariably infringed their rights and being protected by the governments in the disguise of fostering economic development.
The Author holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree from Tumaini University, Tanzania, a Master of laws Degree in Human Rights&Democratization in Africa from University of Pretoria, S.
Africa,&a Master of Laws Degree in International Law from University of Cambridge, U.K.He is a Law Lecturer at Tumaini University&an Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania.
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