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  1. Land in German Development Cooperation: Guiding Principles, Challenges and Prospects for the Future

    Land tenure systems are of fundamental importance for efficient agricultural production, reducing poverty and conflicts and attaining social equity. Considering their complexity and sensibility, they are essential for securing enduring, self-supporting and sustainable development. In fact, securing...
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  2. Land Tenure And Gender: Approaches And Challanges For Strengthening Rural Women's Land Rights

    Land tenure security is crucial for women's empowerment and a prerequisite for building secure and resilient communities. Tenure is affected by many and often contradictory sets of rules, laws, customs, traditions, and perceptions. For most rural women, land tenure is complicated, with access and...
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  3. «L’accaparement des terres: une sonnette d’alarme pour l’Europe et une menace imminente pour l’agriculture familiale»

    Chers collègues Je vous invite à prendre connaissance de l'avis du Comité économique et social européen sur le thème «L’accaparement des terres: une sonnette d’alarme pour l’Europe et une menace imminente pour l’agriculture familiale» publié au journal officiel de l'UE le 23 juillet dernier entre...
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  4. The Land and Its People: Civil Society Voices Adress the Crisis over Natural Resources in the Middle East / North Africa

    The Middle East / North Africa (MENA) region is perhaps best known in the world over time as a veritable crossroad, where traders, political powers, resource extractors and external agents have vied for strategic advantages. However, the following chapters tell of the very local struggles over land...
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  5. From Securing Tenure To Ensuring The Sustainable Use Of Land Within A Context Of Responsible Governance Of Land Tenure

    Since the mid-1990s, Giz provides technical support related to land administration and management in different countries of the region: Georgia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serba, Montenegro, Kosovo and others. The paper shows how this support evolved over time and identifies good practices and success...
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  6. Strategic Approach for Sustainable Land Use In An Emerging Country - Case Of India

    Land is a limited resource and yet an indispensable resource for meeting the social, economic and environmental demands and targets. The growing development associated by the growing population and the associated urbanization and industrialization is increasing pressure on land resource. Due to...
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  7. LARGE-SCALE LAND GRABBING IN CAMBODIA: FAILURE OF INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL POLICIES TO SECURE THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHTS TO ACCESS LAND AND RESOURCES

    Paper prepared for presentation at the " 2015 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty" by Ratana Pen and Phalla Chea from the Heinrich Boell Foundation Cambodia. For more information: http://kh.boell.org/en/2015/03/25/large-scale-land-grabbing-cambodia-fai...
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  8. The challenge of democratic and inclusive land policymaking in Myanmar - A response to the draft national land use policy

    In October 2014 the Myanmar government unveiled a draft National Land Use Policy (NLUP) and announced it would take public comments for a limited time before finalizing the document. Once it is finalized, the new policy will determine the distribution, use and management of the country’s land and...
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