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Photo 1: Community stakeholders reviewing background report of Zambian forest tenure context
26 Fevereiro 2020
Authors: 
Mr. Malcolm Childress
Zâmbia
República Democrática do Congo
Myanmar

Forests are critically important for many of the world’s poor who depend on them for food, income, medicine and building materials. As such, forests are a nexus of broadly held policy goals such as poverty reduction, economic growth, conservation and climate change. Most forests in the developing world are governed, in practice, through community-based tenure systems.

One Company’s Journey to Better Respect Land: Illovo Sugar Africa
12 Julho 2019
Authors: 
Mina Manuchehri
Malawi
Moçambique
Tanzânia
Zâmbia
África do Sul
Global

Our sugar is made from sugarcane. And sugarcane is not planted in trees or in the air, it’s planted in the ground, in the soil, on land. It’s the bedrock of our investment.

—Illovo Land Champion

28 Maio 2019
Authors: 
Dr. Konrad Hentze
África
Moçambique
Zâmbia
Ihsaan Haffejee
13 Maio 2019
Malawi
Moçambique
Zâmbia
Namíbia
África do Sul
Honduras
Colômbia

Por Vijay Prashad*

Photo by: Sandra Coburn / The Cloudburst Group
17 Abril 2018
Authors: 
Matt Sommerville
Zâmbia
Gana
Paraguai
Myanmar
Vietnam
Global

Much of the world’s rural landscapes are technically managed by national governments with limited recognition of, or support for, the rights and management responsibilities of the rural poor who live in these areas. In an era of large-scale land acquisitions for global commodity production, this has led, in some cases, to governments allocating vast tracts of land and resources to companies with limited or no consultation of the people affected.

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Zâmbia

Date: 29 octobre 2017

Source: Farmlandgrab

Le gouvernement zambien manque à son devoir de protéger les droits des habitants de zones rurales qui sont déplacés par l'installation de vastes exploitations agricoles commerciales dans le district de Serenje, a déclaré Human Rights Watch dans un rapport publié aujourd'hui.

The Sugar Rush in South Africa - land grabs, land rights, human rights, agriculture
África austral
Malawi
Moçambique
África subsariana
Essuatíni
Tanzânia
Zâmbia
Zimbabwe

By Ian Scoones, Professorial Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, and the Director of the ESRC STEPS Centre at Sussex

The expansion of sugar production in southern Africa has been dramatic. From its early beginnings in Natal to the huge commercial estates across the region established during the colonial era, new investments are being planned. The land rush in southern Africa is often a sugar rush, with the ‘white gold’ promising riches to governments, local elites and large corporates alike.

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