Marie Michael Library

Title

Ethnicity and development: the case of Fiji

Author

Premdas, Ralph R.

Description

Historical origins of ethnic problems on Fiji, causes of their intensification recently, and attempts at resolution are examined. Indigenous Fijians and immigrant Indians comprise half the population. Colonial policies of segregation reinforced cultural, economic and religious differences. Humans rights violations by post-independence regimes are identified.

File No

UNRISD-DP46

Agency

UNRISD

Date

October, 1993

Pages

50