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Land and People in Protracted Crises

Land and People in Protracted Crises

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Noviembre 2016
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This note focuses on the topic of access to land and land governance in protracted crises, providing some possible solutions illustrated by case studies from FAO interventions in such contexts. Protracted crisis represent a signal of alert on the fact that approaches proposed so far where not enough to deal with such a complexity. This is why a renewed thinking is needed, based on the concrete observations of local dynamics, making an effort to understand the positions and interests of the many diverse parties involved and moving out from a sectorial vision, towards a more holistic one. In Protracted Crisis what is at stake is not just the evidence of degraded natural resources, but the weakening social cohesion that needs to be reshaped in new forms. The political economy of land and other natural resources should thus become structural part of the discussion, which means starting addressing governance issues.

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