Drawing a line under the crisis: Reconciling returnee land access and security in post-conflict Rwanda | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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June 2007
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Includes land and conflict, returnee land access, the role of international humanitarian organisations, policy and law reforms, drawing a line under crisis.

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John Bruce
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