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  1. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2010
    Senegal, Africa

    Access to land is highly dependent on social status (ethnicity, social class) and family status (position in the household) of individuals. Women's access to land varies according to eco-geographical zones and as well, is dependent on their particular position and rank in the family household. Despite a formal recognition of the right of women to land in the Senegalese national Strategy for Gender Equality and Equity (SNEEG), social or cultural claims are always made to justify their limited access to resources.

  2. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    January, 2020
    Senegal, Sub-Saharan Africa

    The movement to secure women’s land rights in Senegal needs to take into account the rights of all sections of the targeted communities. Hence, the cases presented testify to specific situations along with evaluations of initiatives targeting improvement of women’s land rights. For instance, much of the quota land allocated by the Delta Development and Operations Corporation (SAED) is either untapped, sold, or exploited by male members of the beneficiary women’s families.

  3. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2003
    Eastern Africa

    The African Highlands Initiative works to enhance livelihoods and reverse natural resource degradation
    through the development of innovative methods,practices,policies and approaches.

  4. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2019
    Myanmar

    In Myanmar, almost half of the rural population is said to be landless : it is the highest rate of landlessness in the Mekong region. With agriculture as the engine of Myanmar’s economy, employing more than two thirds of the population and accounting for one third of GDP, various studies in Myanmar provide contrasting figures on landlessness and indicate that the problem stems from a lack of clarity in the concept of landlessness.

  5. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2016
    Cambodia

    The « Environment and Natural Resources Code of Cambodia » (Sixth Draft – – 20 November 2016) is a very extensive proposed law (535 pages !) which will have, if adopted, major impacts on many aspects of Cambodian development (Mines, Energy, Urban planning, etc..) but is particularly important for the management of Protected Areas and of Forests and Fisheries. The code has been elaborated by a panel of experts and several working groups led by Vishnu Law Group. A public national consultation has been organized by MOE in Dec 2016.

  6. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2019
    Myanmar

    In Myanmar, millions of farmers are at risk of being considered trespassers on their own land after the adoption of a controversial law. The “Vacant, Fallow and Virgin Land Management Law” (VFV) was amended and approved by the NLD majority Parliament in September and March marks the deadline when all occupants of these lands type should have ask for a permit for it or risk a jail sentence and a fine. Gret, alongside with other international, national and local NGOs, is mobilized to halt the implementation of this law.

  7. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2019
    Algeria

    Le mercredi 20 mars 2019 dans les locaux de l’AFD à Paris, le Comité technique « Foncier & développement » a organisé une réunion consacrée aux politiques foncières et de mise en valeur des terres en Algérie.

    Cette note fait la synthèse des présentations et des débats qui ont eu lieu lors de cette demi-journée, en présence d’une vingtaine de participants, membres du Comité technique « Foncier & développement » et experts fonciers spécialistes de l’Algérie et du Maghreb. Cette demi-journée s’est articulée autour de trois présentations.

  8. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2006
    Cambodia, Asia

    Dans les villes en développement, les marchés fonciers et immobiliers sont en grande partie informels. Ils concernent les pauvres comme les classes moyennes. À Phnom Penh, l’analyse de la dynamique des marchés fonciers et immobiliers et des modes d’accès au logement dans les quartiers informels permet de mieux comprendre les tendances contradictoires des dynamiques en cours. Cette analyse peut alimenter la définition d’une politique de l’habitat destinée à réguler le marché foncier et immobilier et favoriser l’accès à la ville pour les populations pauvres.

  9. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    January, 2017

    Le 19 octobre 2016, à Rome, le Comité de la sécurité alimentaire mondiale (CSA) a organisé une session de suivi de la mise en œuvre des décisions et recommandations du CSA dédiée aux Directives volontaires pour une gouvernance responsable des régimes fonciers applicables aux terres, aux pêches et aux forêts (DV1), quatre ans après leur adoption.

  10. Library Resource
    Institutional & promotional materials
    December, 2018
    Europe

    Dans le cadre d’un chantier de réflexion initié par le Comité technique « Foncier & développement » sur l’évolution des structures agraires et l’accès des jeunes à la terre, la présente séance a visé à apporter des éclairages sur les conditions d’accès (ou d’exclusion) des jeunes au foncier dans un contexte d’économie de marché.

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