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Presiones comerciales sobre la tierra
One of the unique aspects of the National Land Reform Agenda currently being pursued by the Central Government of India (viz Ministries of Rural Development and Tribal Affairs) is the right to land...
What are the impacts of different types of large farming developments in Africa? On her blog, Rebecca Smalley explains the highlights from a literature review from the project Land and...
[16/05/2013] LANDac short-term research project report: Large-scale land acquisitions in the former Soviet Union
The post-Soviet land reforms that allowed private ownership of land in Russia and Ukraine, and the recent rise in global interest for land resources have made the fertile land of these countries an...
[16/05/2013] LANDac short-term research project report: Dispossessing Tribals and the Poor from Lands
This study has been taken up in the context of the large scale acquisition of agricultural lands for Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and other projects in India in recent years. There has been...
[16/05/2013] LANDac short-term research project report: Land acquisition by non-local actors and consequences for local development
This study aims to produce an overview of existing information related to land issues and governance of indigenous communities and to assess the impact of economic land concessions on the...
[16/05/2013] LANDac short-term research project report: Land grabbing and its effects on the communities in the oil rich Albertine Region of Uganda
This report is in relation to a study on the Land Tenure and Livelihood Issues in the Albertine Graben Region. The study was carried out in three districts of Amuru Buliisa and Hoima. The study...
The catch-phrase, “global land grab”, refers to the rush for commercial land in Africa and elsewhere by private and sovereign investors for the production and export of food crops as well as bio...
Big land deals are forcing people from their homes and damaging livelihoods. The New Internationalist magazine is proposing an infographic guide Here.
A year-long investigation by the watchdog Global Witness concluded that two Vietnamese firms - bankrolled by Deutsche Bank and the International Finance Corporation - are leading a wave of land...
The Condor Highland in South-eastern Ecuadorian Amazon, which is abundant in biodiversity and life, is threatened by copper mining. The open pit mine - Mirador - is the first of a potential 6...