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  Legal pluralism in Madagascar: can customary and statutory law be reconciled to promote women’s land rights? Online discussion, 3-23 June 2013   Due to the good response of the...
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  Madagascar et le pluralisme juridique : peut-on concilier droit statutaire et droit coutumier pour promouvoir les droits fonciers des femmes ?   Discussion en ligne, 3-23 juin ...
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DISCUSSION TERMINE’ LE 23 JUIN 2013   Madagascar et le pluralisme juridique : peut-on concilier droit statutaire et droit coutumier pour promouvoir les droits fonciers des...
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DISCUSSION ENDED ON 23 JUNE 2013     Legal pluralism in Madagascar: can customary and statutory law be reconciled to promote women’s land rights? Introduction The law provides the...
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[adapted from IIED report] This report captures the highlights of the international lesson-sharing workshop “Legal empowerment for securing land rights”, which took place in Accra, Ghana, on 13th-...
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[Paper abstract] This paper analyses through empirical data women’s reality in Northern Mozambique related to land tenure. Two different kinship systems coexist in Mozambique, one patrilineal in...
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Here it is an interesting publication from UN Women on the work done by the UN entity - and UNIFEM before its establishment in 2011 - to promote women’s empowerment in Kyrgyzstan...
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Did you know that on average, women hold only 15% of land titles for countries where data is available in the new Social Institutions and Gender Index? The OECD Development Centre and the United...
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Through its Transitional Programme of Post Conflict Reconstruction (PTRPC) in Burundi, IFAD has been addressing the issue of land security, with a particular focus on women. Although women have the...
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[The Weekend Leader] It’s 8 in the morning and a group of women is ready to trudge miles of rugged, cold and inhospitable Himalayan terrain to spearhead a campaign — educating tribal...
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