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Reports & Research
April 2005
Myanmar

Mit Zwangsarbeit, ethnischen Umsiedlungen und ausländischen Investitions-Dollars sichert die Militärjunta ihre Machtstrukturen in Myanmar. Forced labour, internal displacement, foreign investments, power structures.

ADOPTING “First-level Adjudication” INTO A GIS MEDIUM
Other legal document
March 2005
South Africa

This project is a component of the project “Piloting of Local Administration of Records - PILAR”, undertaken by the Association for Rural Advancement (AFRA). AFRA is an independent land rights NGO that aims to redress past injustices, to secure tenure for all and to improve the quality of life and livelihoods of the rural poor.

Reports & Research
March 2005
Mozambique

Esta ferramenta tem por objetivo delinear os passos necessários para conceder poderes às comunidades nas consultas locais, visando à identificação das pessoas que têm o direito de manejar os recursos naturais numa determinada área e o modo como tal manejo deve ser efetuado e monitorado.

Reports & Research
December 2004
Cambodia

An assessment of community level forest conflict in Cambodia. It was conducted as part of a project to understand the types, causes, and impacts of conflicts over forest resources at the community level in selected Asian countries and to assess methods to avoid, reduce, and monitor conflicts.

Reports & Research
December 2004
Netherlands
Denmark
Germany
Norway
Italy
Europe

This manual complements FAO Land Tenure Studies 6: The design of land consolidation pilot projects in Central and Eastern Europe. The manual concentrates on the practical aspects of defining and implementing the first pilot projects. It identifies the main conditions that should be in place before the project starts, and it defines potentials and constraints.

Reports & Research
December 2004
South Africa

This paper is concerned primarily with the functions of land administration. Its
purpose is to describe the current land administration practices as understood by
traditional structures with a view to unpacking some of the components of the existing
African tenure arrangements in KwaZulu-Natal. This, it is hoped, will help to create a

Reports & Research
December 2004
Mozambique

This study was requested by the Ministry for Coordination of Environmental Affairs (MICOA), through the National Directorate of Territorial Planning (DINAPOT) in conjunction with the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT); for this purpose, the team of the Cruzeiro do Sul – Research Institute for Development counted with the participation of a group of studen

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