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Date: August 28th 2016
Source: Japan Times
The land ministry plans to draft a multilateral framework that could help developing nations in Asia make better use of their land through careful planning, government sources said.
The sources said the ministry will propose the framework at the U.N. Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) in Quito, Ecuador, in October.
By: Khine Kyaw
Date: March 10th 2016
Source: The Nation / Myanmar Eleven
CIVIL SOCIETY organisations (CSOs) and local residents living near the Dawei Special Economic Zone (SEZ) have called for action from the Japanese, Myanmar and Thai governments to tackle human rights violations before allowing the project to resume.
Background and Objectives
Multiple funds and finance mechanisms have contributed in promoting forest-related activities in developing countries. Designing an effective finance scheme is one of the key elements to enhance effective and efficient forest conservation and sustainable forest management in developing countries.
Full citation: HAKI Network, "Land Reform Revisited," HAKI NETWORK REPORT (2013).
The source for this link is the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
This is a resource from the Resource Equity LandWise database of resources.
AFA Field Visits and Farmer Interactions 2006-2007
Learning good practices in land reform, organic agriculture and pro-small farmer marketing and trading.
This book, “Shaping the Asian Peasant Agenda: Solidarity Building Towards Sustainable Rural Development in Asian Rural Communities”, portray the perspectives of AFA and AsiaDHRRA on the agrarian and agricultural situation in their own countries and of the sub-region. It contains country reports, workshop results and lectures of keynote speakers and resource persons, presented during the sub-regional conferences conducted by AFA from August till October of 2003.
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