Southern African Regional Institute for Policy Studies | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data
Acronym: 
SARIPS

Location

Zimbabwe
ZW
Working languages: 
English

SARIPS is a semi-autonomous technical arm of the SAPES TRUST that was established in 1998 to undertake research, training and policy dialogue. The SAPES Trust, which started as a project of the African Association of Political Science (AAPS) was registered as a non-governmental, non-profit making body dedicated to nurture and promote indigenous capacity in the social sciences in 1987.

The principal objective of SARIPS was to advance a policy making process in which the SARIPS and other institutions of civil society can creatively contribute towards the emergence of peace and democracy in the Southern African region and society on an equitable and sustainable socio-economic development path. 

Southern African Regional Institute for Policy Studies Resources

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Policy Papers & Briefs
January 2000
Sub-Saharan Africa

This paper discusses the nature of the land problem in the region and tries to situate the general land reform process in Zimbabwe within a regional context.It examines the four key land problems facing the region the discriminatory and insecure forms of land tenure that are found among variouslandownership regimes the increasingly imbalanced landownership structures and factors underlying itt

Policy Papers & Briefs
January 2000
Zimbabwe

This paper discusses the nature of the land problem in the region and tries to situate the general land reform process in Zimbabwe within a regional context.It examines the four key land problems facing the region the discriminatory and insecure forms of land tenure that are found among variouslandownership regimes the increasingly imbalanced landownership structures and factors underlying itt

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