Liberia

The index below offers access to a diverse collection of land-related publications and resources related specifically to this country, which have been classified by contributing organizations.

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Noticias
Le dernier numéro du bulletin “les actualités foncières ouest-africaines” (Commission de l’UEMOA - Hub Rural)  vient de paraître.
Noticias
Le dernier numéro du bulletin “les actualités foncières ouest-africaines” (Commission de l’UEMOA - Hub Rural)  vient de paraître.
Documentos
This case study of a palm oil concession in Liberia highlights wider policy considerations regarding large-scale land acquisitions in the global South including the need for both formal mechanisms to...
Noticias
The Community Forest Development Committee has expressed what it called grave disappointment in the Liberian government over its failure to fully collect and disburse the communities thirty percent...
Documentos
“This case study of a plam oil concession in Liberia highlights wider policy considerations regarding large-scale land acquisitions in the global South including the need for both formal...
Documentos
“Malaysia-based Sime Darby, one of the world’s largestproducers of palm oil is developing palm oil plantations in Liberia, swallowing up farmlands and forests used by local communities to...
Documentos
“Malaysia-based Sime Darby, one of the world’s largestproducers of palm oil is developing palm oil plantations in Liberia, swallowing up farmlands and forests used by local communities to...
Array
On 9.9.1999, the Heads of State and Government of the Organisation of African Unity issued a Declaration (the Sirte Declaration) calling for the establishment of an African Union, with a view, inter...
Oportunidades
The EU FAO FLEGT programme will issue one call for proposals in the year 2012 and in 2013. Calls for proposals are opened to local stakeholders (government, civil society and private sector...
Multimedia
“With Liberia’s president issuing permits to clear thousands of acres of rainforest, chief foreign correspondent David Blair travels to a remote village to find out what impact...
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