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  1. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Diciembre, 1974
    Filipinas

    IDRC personnel. Address on the evaluation of martial law in the Philippines - analyses the effects of martial law (e.g., lower crime rate, land reform, increased foreign investment, curtailment of civil liberties, higher cost of living, slow pace of social reform); discusses current events in the Philippines (e.g., political ideologycal trends, political power of the technocracy), and pressures that will probably lead to the lifting of martial law. Bibliographic notes.

  2. Library Resource
    Documentos de política y resúmenes
    Septiembre, 2017
    Malí, Nigeria, Uganda, Sudáfrica, África austral, África subsahariana

    This policy brief outlines recommendations resulting from a three-year action research programme undertaken by civil society organizations in collaboration with threatened communities of smallholder farmers and fishers.

  3. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Abril, 2017
    Camerún, Ghana, Uganda, África subsahariana

    Large scale land acquisitions (LSLAs) impact women: loss of rights and access to land, water resources, fuel wood, adequate shelter, compensation and livelihood. The study looks at three sub-Saharan African countries (Cameroon, Ghana and Uganda) each having different land tenure regimes. Since land is vital for the survival of rural dwellers especially women, the study recommends that laws and policies governing the process of LSLA stress a mandatory participatory approach that includes women. There is urgent need to revalorize national laws to mainstream women’s land rights.

  4. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Septiembre, 2017
    Malí, Nigeria, Uganda, Sudáfrica, África austral, África subsahariana

    This project brings the international soft law instrument, the Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of the Tenure of Land, Fisheries, and Forests (Tenure Guidelines or TGs) to rural communities and, together with them, uses the Guidelines to strengthen their tenure of land, fisheries and forests. As well, it provides policy-relevant knowledge on how to promote legitimacy and accountability of public authorities involved in land grabs. The goal of the Toolkit is to help users to produce outputs which are politically relevant and useful.

  5. Library Resource
    Documentos de política y resúmenes
    Septiembre, 2017
    Uganda, África subsahariana

    In fishing communities the contentious acquisition of land close to water bodies is especially relevant. Water grabbing has serious implications for basic human rights including the right to water, food, health, livelihood, and self-determination. Land grabbing is driven by the desire to control and use water and fisheries resources. Globally, Uganda is among the 25 countries most affected by water grabbing.

  6. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Julio, 2017
    Malí, Nigeria, Uganda, Sudáfrica, África austral, África subsahariana

    As part of a collaborative project to strengthen the capacity of grassroots communities in Mali, Nigeria, Uganda and South Africa, this practical guide focuses on accountability and accountability politics in the global rush to grab land, water and other natural resources. Through action research, threatened communities can determine causes, conditions, and consequences that will inform collective action and advocacy, in particular by using the CFS/FAO Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests (Tenure Guidelines or TGs).

  7. Library Resource
    Artículos de revistas y libros
    Diciembre, 2013

    This chapter uses both classic and contemporary literature to trace how land policies, and particularly land reform, have gained, lost, and regained prominence in development strategies and debates since the Second World War. It introduces contemporary issues and debates on gender and generational issues in land policy and land grabbing involving sometimes spectacularly large corporate land deals, and concluding with reflections on new ideas of food and land sovereignty that drive today’s agrarian movements.

  8. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Noviembre, 2017
    Malí, Nigeria, Uganda, Sudáfrica, África austral, África subsahariana

    Undemocratic politics, policy making and law making interpretation and implementation, prove to be drivers of land grabbing in the four country studies presented here. Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (CFS/FAO) Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests (Tenure Guidelines or TGs), albeit “soft” law, are being used by local communities for bottom-up accountability against land grabbing. Land deals are marked by highly contested political processes – usually between the central state, local communities and the corporate sector.

  9. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Abril, 2015
    China, Camboya, Laos

    The Cambodian government allowed 1,204,750 hectares as economic land concession (ELC) to 118 local and international companies. Global Witness reported that 2.6 million ha had been given in 272 ELCs, mainly for rubber plantations. Many concessionaires do not comply with their contracts, nor with existing land and forest laws. Government revenues from timber exports are extremely low. Deforestation, and removal of luxury timbers has increased dramatically. Land concessions rob local communities of their income from non-timber forest products.

  10. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Diciembre, 2017
    Camerún, África subsahariana

    The study illustrates that small holders, particularly women, are increasingly losing farmland. It questions the social development impact of large-scale land acquisitions (LSLAs) in Cameroon in terms of better living standards and reduction of poverty. It also examines how and under what conditions women can be empowered to effectively engage with LSLAs to ensure that legal and policy frameworks foster better accountability and legitimacy in land governance. Most untitled land in Cameroon is now national land held under customary tenancy, without security.

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