This first CAPRi sourcebook is a fitting commemoration of the 15th anniversary of CAPRi. Unique among other training materials, it is based directly on the experiences and lessons of research on CAPRi core themes from around the world. The presentation is simple and straightforward, but it is based on sound underlying research.
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Library ResourceMateriales institucionales y promocionalesDiciembre, 2010Tailandia, Viet Nam, Camboya, Myanmar, Malasia, Indonesia, Singapur, Filipinas, Brunei Darussalam, Isla de Navidad, Timor-Leste, Islas Cocos (Keeling)
Library ResourceDocumentos de política y resúmenesDiciembre, 2012Tailandia, Viet Nam, Camboya, Myanmar, Malasia, Indonesia, Singapur, Filipinas, Brunei Darussalam, Isla de Navidad, Timor-Leste, Islas Cocos (Keeling)
Paper prepared by Roel R. Ravanera for the Asian
NGO Coalition for Agrarian Reform and Rural
Development (ANGOC) and Land Watch Asia
(LWA) examines progress in land reform in 8 countries n Asia.
Library ResourceDocumentos de política y resúmenesTailandia, Viet Nam, Camboya, Myanmar, Malasia, Indonesia, Singapur, Filipinas, Brunei Darussalam, Isla de Navidad, Timor-Leste, Islas Cocos (Keeling)
More than 40 organisations collaborated in this global research project through
case studies, thematic studies, and regional overviews,
from which the content and analysis of this report are
drawn. Several organisations, in particular SWAC, Oxfam
and RRI, contributed significantly out of their own
resources. The writing of this report involved an initial
writing workshop in November 2010 with co-authors
and contributing authors, and a second in June 2011
with co-authors. This report also draws on the extensive
Library ResourceInformes e investigacionesDiciembre, 2006
"This study highlights lessons from recent policy, law and practice to improve and secure access to rural land for poorer groups. It focuses on Africa, Latin America and Asia, while also referring to experience from Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Library ResourceInformes e investigacionesDiciembre, 2013Brunei Darussalam, Camboya, Indonesia, Malasia, Myanmar, Filipinas, Singapur, Tailandia, Timor-Leste, Viet Nam, Isla de Navidad, Islas Cocos (Keeling)
During 2012, a key choice facing developing countries revealed itself ever more starkly. Would they choose a development path built on inclusiveness, respect for the rights of their citizens, and the rule of law? Or would they seek a short-cut to development and opt to hand over community land and natural resources to international investors and national elites? Would they turn their rural citizens from landowners into landless laborers?
Library ResourceInformes e investigacionesDiciembre, 2016
This report reveals new links between Australia's big four banks and three land grabbing case studies previously documented in Oxfam's 2014 report Banking on Shaky Ground. The new report also provides evidence that, even after Oxfam first alerted the banks to their exposure to land grabs, all four banks committed tens of millions of dollars in loan facilities to the agribusiness firm Cargill. A former subsidiary of Cargill acquired large tracts of land in Colombia’s Altillanura region that had been set aside by law for family farming.
Library ResourceAgosto, 2012Islas Salomón
In countries where a large proportion of
the total land area is held customarily, reform questions
around land and development often tend to focus on the
customary estate. Evidence from Solomon Islands suggests
that a focus on public land holdings, even when they are
relatively small in land area, can yield outsized benefits.
Publicly owned land regularly includes economically valuable
land and urban land on which development pressure is high.
Library ResourceDiciembre, 2012Vanuatu
The regionally unique constitution of
the Republic of Vanuatu provides that-all land in Vanuatu
belongs to custom owners and their descendants and that
the-rule of custom shall form the basis of ownership and use
of land. Implementing this principle, however, after decades
of land alienation by foreigners using alien laws has proven
to be challenging. Concerns over actual and perceived
problems of land alienation through leasing in Vanuatu
Library ResourceAgosto, 2012Islas Salomón
This paper provides a brief overview of
the intersection of state and customary laws governing land
in peri-urban settlements around Honiara, focusing on their
impact upon landowners, particularly women landowners. It
suggests that the intersection of customary and state legal
systems allows a small number of individuals, predominantly
men, to solidify their control over customary land. This has
occurred to the detriment of many landowners, who have often
Library ResourceAbril, 2015Islas Salomón
A slow-moving tropical depression caused
persistent heavy rains in the Solomon Islands between April
1 and 4, 2014. The highest recorded daily rainfall
associated with this event was 318mm in Honiara on April 3.
The rains caused flash flooding in Honiara, Guadalcanal,
Isabel, Malaita, and Makira-Ulawa. More than 732mm of rain
was recorded over four days at the Honiara rain gauge,
although heavier rainfall was reported inland. On April 5,
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