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This category includes resources on different types of tools and strategies to address land governance issues as well as training packages. Documents that support actors working on land-related organizations are also included in this category. This category is more specific and directly action-focused than the Manuals and Guidelines category.

Innovative Approach to Land Conflict Transformation: Lessons learned from the HAGL/indigenous communities’ mediation process in Ratanakiri, Cambodia Cover image
Recursos e Ferramentas de Treinamento
Maio 2017
Cambodja

In the Mekong region, conflicts between local communities and large scale land concessions are widespread. They are often difficult to solve.

Recursos e Ferramentas de Treinamento
Dezembro 2013
Espanha

Publicación que gira en torno a la situación de las mujeres vascas dentro del sector agrario y rural, analizando desde una perspectiva feminista su condición y posición en torno al trabajo, la actividad económica y la acción política, fundamentalmente. Todo ello, enfocado desde el planteamiento político emancipatorio realizado desde la Soberanía Alimentaria.

Recursos e Ferramentas de Treinamento
Janeiro 2011
Zimbabwe
Zâmbia
África do Sul
Namíbia
Moçambique
Lesoto
Botswana

This case study draws on a regional study of urban land markets in southern Africa. The research was undertaken by Resetselemang Leduka of the National University of Lesotho, and commissioned by Urban LandMark and UN-HABITAT. 

Recursos e Ferramentas de Treinamento
Janeiro 2011
Uganda
Tanzânia
Quênia
Etiópia

This case study draws on an analysis of urban land markets in the East African region. The research was undertaken by Paul Syagga, School of the Built Environment, University of Nairobi, and commissioned by Urban LandMark. Some learning and reflection activities based on the case study are provided.

Recursos e Ferramentas de Treinamento
Janeiro 2010
África do Sul

This case study draws on research into some of the processes through which people access, hold, and trade land in poorer areas of towns and cities. The research was commissioned by Urban LandMark and undertaken by the Isandla Institute, Stephen Berrisford Consulting and Progressus Research and Development. 

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