The objective of this Law, which includes 30 articles and 5 provisional articles, is to establish and define the tasks of the General Directorate of Land Reform under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs. Main tasks of the Department are: 1. Research and survey activities to determine the priorities of implementation and propose the areas where land reform shall be implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture. 2. Distribute or lease Government lands to landless farmers and equip, support, train and organize these farmers. 3.
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Library ResourceLegislationFebruary, 1985Turkey
Library ResourceLegislationNovember, 1984Turkey
The objective of this Law, which includes 28 articles and 3 provisional articles in 3 sections, is to make provision for the following matters: (1) Productive cultivation of the land and increase employment in these areas; (2) Distribution of land to landless farmers or farmers with insufficient land; support and training to farmers; (3) Small land integration for productive cultivation; (4) Creation of new settlement locations and enlargement of existing settlement areas; (5) When necessary, rearrangement of land for other purposes.
This Regulation sets forth basic procedures and rules for implementation of Law No. 3083 of 1984.
Library ResourcePolicy Papers & BriefsJanuary, 2006Global
This paper provides a civil society perspective on agrarian reform and rural development and develops the concept of food sovereignty as an overarching framework or paradigm.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchJanuary, 1996Indonesia
This paper focuses on the Land Administration Project implemented by the National Land Agency as a central part of the reform of land administration process in Indonesia.
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesJanuary, 2005Global
Territorial Development: an innovative approach
Library ResourcePolicy Papers & BriefsJanuary, 2011Africa
Library ResourceReports & ResearchJanuary, 2011Global
Library ResourceReports & ResearchJanuary, 2005Asia
This paper examines agrarian policies and practices in terms of how land is linked to many complex social, economic, cultural and political relations. While drawing from upon experiences from Asian countries, the paper is much more than an analysis of Asia’s agrarian reform experience. The paper is a timely resource for policy makers and practitioners regardless of their countries of special concern or responsibility.
This publication is an assortment of articles on various advocacy themes that may be of practical interest to those engaged in
enhancing the poor’s access to land. Many of the articles are fruits of the ToT – lectures, papers submitted, and discussions.
But other articles were culled beyond the regional training as a supplement.
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