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  1. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2011
    Cambodia

    Political dynamics of the global land grab are exemplified in Cambodia, where at least 27 forced evictions took place in 2009, affecting 23,000 people. Evictions of the rural poor are legitimized by the assumption that non-private land is idle, marginal, or degraded and available for capitalist exploitation. This paper: (1) questions the assumption that land is idle; (2) explores whether land grabs can be regulated through a ‘code of conduct’; and (3) examines peasant resistance to land grabs.

  2. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2004
    Cambodia

    Ratanakiri is divided into 9 districts covering 240 villages and approximately 100,000 people. Of these,
    65% are minority hill tribes comprising groups such as the Jarai, Tampoen, Kui, etc. with only about 5% of the people literate. Over the past five years, international monitoring groups estimate that 120% of the land has been appropriated through land sales and concessions for logging, mining, and commercial agriculture.

  3. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2013
    Vietnam

    Land rights have become highly contested in Vietnam in recent years. Vietnam‟s land endowment is one of the lowest in the world: each agricultural household holds, on average, less than 0.5 hectare. Access to land is critical to social and economic development in the future. The national priority on “industrialization and modernization” has placed new demands on agricultural and forest land for urban-industrial expansion. The high level of public concern over land tenure and its links to political and social stability have led to widespread calls for revision of the 2003 Land Law.

  4. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    March, 2016
    Global

    What is Linked Open Data?

    Linked Open Data is a way of enriching, connecting, and linking data in structured, machine readable and standardized formats under open licenses. Linked Open Data enables the same content to be represented in multiple ways in different places simultaneously.

    Advantages of Linked Open Data

    Efficient use of resources
    Linked Open Data reduces redundancy by building upon and the work of others rather than replicating existing systems.

  5. Library Resource

    Will supermarkets be super for small farmers? (Feature article)

    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2003
    Eastern Africa, Eastern Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Southern Asia, Africa, China, India, Ethiopia
  6. Library Resource

    Overfished oceans, booming fisheries: what does this mean for world food security? (Featured Article)

    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 1997
  7. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    January, 2004
    Africa

    This document summarises the proceedings from a conference organised by International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) , Natural Resource insitute (NRI) and the Royal African Society in November 2004.The conference brought together a wide range of interest groups including, African policy makers, academics and civil society representatives, as well as representatives of the private sector and international agencies, to debate the way ahead for land rights and land reforms in Africa.The event addressed two key dimensions of land and property rigths in Africa today and their i

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