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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2004

    The emergence of social and environmental movements against plantation forestry in Southeast Asia positions rural development against local displacement and environmental degradation. Multi-scaled NGO networks have been active in promoting the notion that rural people in Southeast Asia uniformly oppose plantation development. There are potential pitfalls in this heightened attention to resistance however, as it has often lapsed into essentialist notions of timeless indigenous agricultural practices, and unproblematic local allegiances to common property and conservation.

  2. Library Resource
    January, 2005
    Ethiopia, Sub-Saharan Africa

    With land being the main source of income for many people in the developing world, security of access or ownership rights is imperative to the alleviation of rural povety. Past polices of land redistribution, prohibition of land renting and later legalisation of short-term contracts only, may have prevented or undermined tenancy markets in Ethiopia. This paper examines the allocative efficiency of the land rental market in Northern Ethiopia, and the extent to which adjustment in the tenancy market is constrained by transaction costs.

  3. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    August, 2004

    Cotacachi es un Cantón que tiene una importante población indígena que vive en zonas minifundizadas. A pesar de existir una disponibilidad de tierras en haciendas, los conflictos por tierras no han sido el mecanismo de acceso a éstas. Después de las reformas institucionales de 1994, cada vez predominan más los mecanismos de mercado como medios de acceso a la tierra.

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2004
    South Africa, Africa

    Includes a retrospective of 10 years of land reform, restitution, redistribution, farm tenure reform, communal tenure reform, debating the future of land and agrarian reform, conclusions. Argues that there is a need for the state to intervene to make suitable land available to meet local needs, rather than relying wholly on land markets.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    September, 2004

    Examines (1) what is the issue and why is it important? – equality and economic growth, tenure insecurity, governance and institutions; (2) current evidence: what do we know? – land redistribution for productive use, policy reforms to strengthen security of tenure, state facilitation of land markets; (3) what we don’t know: closing the evidence gap – reconciling social justice / equity and agricultural growth, land administration, agricultural growth and poverty reduction, appropriate taxation of land and productive resources.

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    February, 2004

    Contains introduction, conceptual framework, issues for the land policy (sovereignty, land tenure systems and issues, land and sustainable livelihoods, land administration and management, natural resources, land markets, land/property taxation), policy implementation, the gaps and areas for future study.

  7. Library Resource
    Other legal document
    January, 2005

    Moçambique é um dos países da SADC que ainda possui consideráveis recursos florestais e faunísticos. Estes recursos são de especial importância para o país, pela sua dimensão ambiental, social e económica. A exploração e utilização dos recursos florestais e faunísticos, da forma como vem sendo realizada, ameaça a conservação e a perpetuação destes recursos a médio e longo prazo.

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