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[30/10/2012] NEW Select Bibliography of Reports and Press Cuttings on Biofuels, Land Rights in Africa & Global Land Grabbing (by Robin Palmer)
You can download the documents here: http://www.mokoro.co.uk/other-resources/africa-general Select Bibliography (1) of Reports on Biofuels, Land Rights in Africa & Global Land Grabbing, 2006-2012...
‘Food security will be the major challenge for mankind in the 21st Century. Many African countries do not have strategies for how to use their land and natural resources to assure their own food...
Urban LandMark has developed a guide for local government in South Africa to assist municipal officials involved in urban land governance to carry out their functions in ways that ensure pro-poor...
[25/10/2012] Book 'Gender and Agrarian Reforms' highlights the gendered impacts of global agrarian reform
Through case studies from Asia, Africa, eastern Europe and Latin America, this book by Manchester Metropolitan University’s Susie Jacobs presents an overview of global gender and agrarian reform...
[via Daily Observer/AllAfrica] Ganjul, October 16, 2012- Women’s fundamental contributions in their households, food production systems and national economies are increasingly acknowledged,...
[via BBC News Africa] 12 October 2012- The Botswana High Court has overturned a customary law which prevented women from inheriting the family home. The judge ruled that the law contravened the...
[19/10/2012] SA: New spatial development plan aims to boost creation of more compact cities to help reduce travel time and costs
Thousands of low-income South Africans are forced to spend nearly half their monthly income to meet transport needs, which minister in the presidency for national planning, Trevor Manuel, says is...
[17/10/2012] The Global Farm Race: Land Grabs, Agricultural Investments and the Scrumble for Food Security
“As we struggle to feed a global population speeding toward 9 billion, we have entered a new phase of the food crisis. Wealthy countries that import much of their food, along with private...
FPP 15 October, 2012 Teman-teman yang terhormat, Membangun sebuah konsensus global mengenai bagaimana menjadikan dunia ini tempat yang lebih baik...
FPP 15 October, 2012 Chers amis, Trouver un consensus mondial sur la façon de construire un monde meilleur est un dur labeur. Le fait que les peuples...