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  1. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Myanmar

    Abstracts accessible. Full texts by (expensive) subscription. Some texts free..."The Journal of Peasant Studies is one of the leading journals in the field of rural development. It was founded on the initiative of Terence J. Byres and its first editors were Byres, Charles Curwen and Teodor Shanin. It provokes and promotes critical thinking about social structures, institutions, actors and processes of change in and in relation to the rural world.

  2. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Octubre, 2012
    Myanmar, Global

    The Challenge of hunger: ensuring sustainable food security under land, water and energy stresses..."World hunger, according to the 2012 Global Hunger Index (GHI), has
    declined somewhat since 1990 but remains “serious.” The global
    average masks dramatic differences among regions and countries.
    Regionally, the highest GHI scores are in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. South Asia reduced its GHI score significantly between

  3. Library Resource
    Documentos de política y resúmenes
    Abril, 2013
    Myanmar

    The reform process in Burma/Myanmar by the quasi-civilian government of President Thein Sein has raised hopes that a long overdue solution can be found to more than 60 years of devastating civil war...

  4. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Diciembre, 2014
    Myanmar

    This Study discusses the human rights issues raised by large-scale land deals for plantation agriculture (‘land grabbing’) in low and middle-income countries. Firstly, the Study takes stock of available data on large land deals, their features and their driving forces. It finds that ‘land grabbing’ is a serious issue requiring urgent attention. Secondly, the Study conceptualises the link between land deals and human rights, reviews relevant international human rights law and discusses evidence on actual and potential human rights impacts.

  5. Library Resource
    Documentos de política y resúmenes
    Abril, 2015
    Myanmar

    Abstract:
    "In 2012, the Government of Myanmar (GoM) passed
    the Farmland Law and the Vacant, Fallow, Virgin
    (VFV) Land Law—creating a formalized land market. In essence, this created a formalized land
    market. Land titling is often considered “the natural end point of land rights formalization” (Hall et al.
    2010: 35). This thinking has become dominant among most governments and development agencies
    ever since De Soto (2000) popularized it in
    The Mystery of Capital
    , in which he argued that the

  6. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Myanmar

    Welcome to ANGOC's Knowledge Portal! This is a simple, searchable, and easy-to-use online library of articles, discussion papers, and publications produced by ANGOC and its partners. Here you will find an array of resources on: access to land and agrarian reform; sustainable agriculture and natural resources management; participatory governance; food security; tools; and sustainable development.

  7. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Septiembre, 2011
    Myanmar

    ... Since ceasefire agreements were signed between the Burmese military government and ethnic political groups in the Burma–China borderlands in the early 1990s, violent waves of counterinsurgency development have replaced warfare to target politically-suspect, resource-rich, ethnic populated borderlands. The Burmese regime allocates land concessions in ceasefire zones as an explicit postwar military strategy to govern land and populations to produce regulated, legible, militarized territory. Tracing the relationship of military–state formation, land control

  8. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Enero, 2016
    Asia sudoriental, Myanmar

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: "In recent years, many governments globally have formally recognized community land and natural resource tenure, either based on existing customary practices or more recently established land governance arrangements.1 These tenure arrangements have been called by a variety of names, such as community, customary, communal, collective, indigenous, ancestral, or native land rights recognition. In essence, they seek to establish the rights of a group to obtain joint tenure security over their community’s land.

  9. Library Resource
    Informes e investigaciones
    Febrero, 2016
    Myanmar

    This Facilitators Guide describes Namati’s approach to community land protection in detail. Each chapter suggests various strategies
    and practices that facilitators can use as they support communities to protect their land claims. it is accompanied by short animated
    videos that demonstrate the community land protection process visually, available at http://namati.org/ourwork/communityland.

  10. Library Resource
    Contestation

    Market-based land reform in Zambia

    Informes e investigaciones
    Diciembre, 2005
    Zambia

    This paper explores the politics of ‘customary’ land tenure, land reform, and traditional leaders in Zambia. In Zambia, as elsewhere in Southern Africa, the government at the behest of donors has implemented market-based tenure reform legislation. This legislation aims to improve the security of land tenure and to promote development through investment. The paper shows how complex, indeterminate, and contentious this tenure reform has been on the ground – particularly in relation to the 94 per cent of Zambian land that is held in ‘customary’ tenure.

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