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land concentration

Accumulation of land stretches/tracks.

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Peer-reviewed publication
February 2020
Estonia

In most European countries, there has been a decrease in the number of farms, while the area of agricultural land has remained almost the same. This ongoing process of land concentration can affect Europe’s small farms and rural areas. The EU has acknowledged that the problem is serious and that, to solve it, it must be studied more closely.

A Snapshot of Inequality cover image
Reports & Research
May 2017
Colombia

This report first reviews how inequality in land distribution has reached extreme levels in Colombia. Then  it  analyzes  the  problem  of concentration of land from different perspectives and indicators based on the agricultural census data from 2016, focusing on the major differences between the extremes.

Radiografía de la desigualdad cover image
Reports & Research
May 2017
Colombia

Luego de 45 años, en Colombia se realizó un nuevo Censo Agropecuario en 2014, cuyos resultados fueron publicados en varias entregas parciales. A finales de 2016, el Departamento Administrativo Nacional de Estadística (DANE) entregó los microdatos completos del censo.

Reports & Research
April 2017
Cambodia
Laos
Myanmar
Thailand
Vietnam

This dialogue provided a way for the land community to collaboratively explore challenges and opportunities related to the recognition of indigenous, ethnic minority and customary tenure rights in the Mekong region in order to:

Conference Papers & Reports
January 2017
Global

Les crises alimentaires de 2007-2008, causes d’ « émeutes de la faim » dans plusieurs pays dits en voie de développement, ont été révélatrices, non d’une pénurie alimentaire, mais de problèmes d’accès à la nourriture.

Conference Papers & Reports
January 2017
Global

In the same way as other resources, forest territories are being grabbed. Companies, often with the support of States, degrade these territories and deprive local people of their homes or resources on which their living conditions depend.

Conference Papers & Reports
January 2017
Global

Las crisis alimentarías de 2007-2008, causa de los “disturbios del hambre” en los denominados países en vías de desarrollo, fueron reveladores, no de la escasez de alimentos, sino del problema de acceso a los alimentos.

Conference Papers & Reports
January 2017
Global

We are currently seeing the development of a set of laws and practices preventing artisanal fishermen and their communities from having rights to fishing stock. The topic of halieutic resources generally provokes little interest when raised in relation to natural resources grabbing, despite the fact that millions of people’s income earning rely on fishing and aquaculture1.

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