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Rapports et recherches
juin 2018
Afrique

GRAIN has documented at least 135 farmland deals for food crop production that have backfired between 2007 and 2017. They represent 17.5 million hectares. These are not failed land grabs, since the land almost never goes back to the communities, but failed agribusiness projects.

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Rapports et recherches
juin 2018
Afrique

Date: 13 décembre 2018

Source: Fondation FARM

Rapports et recherches
mai 2018
Afrique

Includes the indigenous peoples of Ethiopia; Ethiopia’s dire context; food insecurity; land grabs, conflicts and food security; development by displacement I: Ethiopia’s land investment policies; table of land deals with foreign companies in Gambela since 2007; development by displacement II: Ethiopia’s villagization programme; Voluntary Guidelines; time to close the door on land grabbing in Ga

Rapports et recherches
mai 2018
Angola
Afrique

A video showing how Lutheran World Federation is working with rural communities, village chiefs, local and national administration to raise awareness and to support people in claiming their legal rights in a context in which a land law was passed to protect small-scale farmers and rural communities but often the legal procedure is not respected and farmers lose the land on which their livelihoo

africa agriculture investment
Documents de politique et mémoires
mai 2018
Afrique

Research shows that land disputes are increasingly common, exposing businesses to severe risks at the project level. The problem is endemic and growing – companies want evidence-based approaches to address this new reality and understand their exposure to risk.

Forest conversion toolkit
Documents de politique et mémoires
mai 2018
Afrique
Amérique du Sud
Asie
Europe

This is a legal toolkit to help decision-makers use laws to reduce forest conversion and minimise the environmental and social impacts of deforestation. It offers countries a starting point to reform laws governing forest conversion.

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Rapports et recherches
mai 2018
Afrique

Source: UNECA

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Rapports et recherches
mai 2018
Afrique

Date: Mai 2018

Source: UNECA

Rapports et recherches
avril 2018
Afrique

Explores the reconfiguration of rural authority in the aftermath of Zimbabwe’s Fast Track Land Reform Programme, particularly the way chiefs were able to deploy ancestral autochthony as a way of contesting state hegemony. Argues that chiefs cannot simply be viewed as undemocratic remnants of colonial rule; instead, a nuanced understanding of their role in rural governance is required.

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