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Documentos e Resumos de Políticas
Maio 2018
Bolívia

En este texto sistematiza una experiencia familiar de trabajo de cosecha de agua para la producción agropecuaria y para el consumo en la comunidad Phina Sallathiji del municipio de Corocoro, provincia Pacajes de departamento de La Paz en Bolivia.

Relatórios e Pesquisa
Abril 2018
África

Examines the link between land and water grabbing, the people that are most impacted by this, and legal frameworks related to both land and water rights. Describes the impacts of land and water grabbing in Kenya and Ethiopia.

Documentos e Resumos de Políticas
Abril 2018
Global

IN’s latest resource is an introduction to the topic Land and Water Grabbing: A discussion of integrity implications and related risks, which discusses the integrity implications and risks of land and water grabbing. The essay examines the link between land and water grabbing, the people that are most impacted by this, and legal frameworks related to both land and water rights.

Documentos e Resumos de Políticas
Março 2018
Bolívia

“El agua es vida” se dice comúnmente, y este dicho tiene aún mayor sentido en comunidades del mundo rural latinoamericano donde habitan 65,6 millones de personas, incluyendo a unas 45 millones de personas de más de 800 pueblos indígenas (CEPAL. Los pueblos indígenas en América latina: Avances en el último decenio y retos pendientes para la garantía de sus derechos. Santiago de Chile, 2014).

Relatórios e Pesquisa
Dezembro 2017
Peru

This thesis documents as well as questions how the presence of large mining operations in Andean regions of Peru alters social and natural landscapes. Taking conflicts over water as a useful entry-point for the analysis, it explores and unravels the dilemmas and challenges faced by the main conflicting actors: rural communities and mining companies.

Publicação revisada por pares
Dezembro 2017
Global

This paper analyzes whether national laws acknowledge indigenous peoples and other rural communities in 100 countries as owners of waters that arise within their lands. Results derive from information collected by LandMark to score the legal status of community land tenure. Findings are positive; half of all countries recognize communities as lawful possessors of water on their lands.

Artigos e Livros
Novembro 2017
Global
África
América Latina e Caribe
Ásia

This paper analyzes whether national laws acknowledge indigenous peoples and other rural communities in 100 countries as owners of waters that arise within their lands. Results derive from information collected by LandMark to score the legal status of community land tenure. Findings are positive; half of all countries recognize communities as lawful possessors of water on their lands.

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