Resultados de la búsqueda | Land Portal

Resultados de la búsqueda

Mostrando ítems 1 a 9 de 1655.
  1. Library Resource
    Enero, 2022
    Global

    Contrary to scholarship that attaches matrilineal practices to women’s control and power over land in Africa. This paper interrogated this theoretical positioning to its contemporary practicality by posing the discussions among the ‘Luguru’ matrilineal of Eastern Tanzania. The article has discussed how land has been claimed, transferred, and owned across gender lens with the apparent changes in political and socio-cultural settings of the community. Shreds of evidence deduced from triangulated approaches provided contradictory conclusions.

  2. Library Resource
    Enero, 2024
    Global

    Umoja (noun):/ooh-moh-jah/Umoja, is the Swahili philosophy of unity. Its principles underscore the significance of cooperation and communal solidarity. Umoja has historically been associated with various aspects of African social and political life, accentuating the influence of communal synergy in traditional land tenure systems.

  3. Library Resource
    Enero, 2021
    Global

    Kenya’s constitution of 2010 provides for recognition, protection, and registration of community land. This is significant because it recognizes customary tenure after decades of historical bias towards private property and brings to the fore the uniqueness of the African commons. We revisit the debate on managing communal land by reviewing the process of implementation of the Community Land. The paper is based on a review of the legal framework, discussions on the implementation of the Community Land Act and authors interaction with communities through workshops.

  4. Library Resource
    Enero, 2022
    Ghana, Noruega

    Context and backgroundColonial legacy and the continuous implementation of neoliberal policies have led to the creation of institutional pluralism in the planning of customary land in peri-urban areas in Ghana. During land commoditisation, peri-urban customary land planning regularly involves physical planning authorities, traditional authorities, and private surveyors. The community members are rarely involved in the planning of their communities, and the planning often leads to the eviction of the community members from their ancestral land.

  5. Library Resource
    Enero, 2022
    Estados Unidos de América

    This paper presents empirical evidences of cultural barriers to women and the youths in accessing family land among the Ndali tribe, drawing insights on the cultural practices and social norms. The evidence emanates from discussions with local leaders: members of Village Land Councils and members of the Village Councils from six villages namely Itumba, Isongole, Nyenzebwe, Mlale, Ilulu and Izuba.

  6. Library Resource
    Enero, 2022
    Rwanda, Francia

    Context and background:  The essential emerging reality from the statutory-versus-customary tenure debate is that both customary and statutory tenure systems have faults and good merits.

  7. Library Resource
    Enero, 2022
    Noruega

    Mainstreaming land use planning for tenure security in rural areas is a key issue to both scholars, academia and policymakers as well as governments in most developing countries. The need for local land use decision-making for enhancing tenure security as well as trade-offs for deliberative decision-making are crucial to improving local community needs, interests and concerns. Deliberative decision-making seeks to respond to local needs, interests and concerns with legitimate and acceptable social, cultural and institutional practices.

  8. Library Resource
    Documentos de conferencias e informes
    Abril, 2024
    América Latina y el Caribe

    La presente memoria ha sido preparada con el fin de documentar los principales hallazgos, recomendaciones y lecciones aprendidas derivados del ciclo de aprendizaje regional “Lecciones Aprendidas para la Inversión en Delimitación y Reconocimiento de Territorios Indígenas y Afrodescendientes de América Latina”, organizado por la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO, por sus siglas en inglés), la Coalición Internacional para el Acceso a la Tierra en América Latina y el Caribe (ILC LAC, por sus siglas en inglés), y el Tenure Facility (TF).

  9. Library Resource
    Bulletin #14 cover

    Securing land rights at scale: eight lessons and guiding principles on land tenure regularisation

    Documentos de política y resúmenes
    Junio, 2019
    África, África oriental, Etiopía, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania

    This bulletin focuses on land tenure regularisation (LTR), with articles from practitioners to accompany the new LEGEND report Securing land rights at scale: eight lessons and guiding principles on land tenure regularisation.

  10. Library Resource
    Enero, 2023
    Global

    What happens to local institutional arrangements regarding access and use of communal land under the forces of
    agricultural commercialization? Taking Khwaykham village in Phongsaly province, Laos as a case study, this
    paper sheds light on this question as farm households in the settlement have progressively transitioned to
    commercial farming, specifically tea cultivation. Traditionally, farm households’ access and rights to use the land
    were embedded in their swidden agriculture practices. The adoption of tea has increasingly fixed land use rights,

Búsqueda en la Biblioteca de Tierras

A través de nuestro sólido motor de búsqueda, puede explorar cualquier elemento de los más de 64.800 recursos rigurosamente seleccionados en la Biblioteca de la Tierra. Si desea obtener una visión general de lo que es posible, siéntase libre de examinar la  Guía de búsqueda

Comparta esta página