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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 ...
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...
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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[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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I invite you to read the report of the African women’s land rights Conference held in Nairobi from 30th May to the 2nd of June 2011 and, in particular, its final declaration (pp. 34-37), which...
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A two-year (2009–2010) action research study entitled “Experiences of Women in Asserting their Land Rights: the case of Bugesera District, Rwanda”, was carried out by Rwanda Women Network (RWN) in...
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Land is a crucial source of livelihood for Ugandans, especially for those who live in Kayunga district, as it is one of the main agricultural districts of the country. The 1995 Constitution of the...
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Security of Tenure is one of the cornerstones of Millennium Development Goal 7 on the improvement of the lives of slum dwellers, and is the main focus of the Global Campaign for Secure Tenure In...
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In 2004, FAO, IFAD, and the International Land Coalition (ILC) jointly published a report on progress towards the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW),...
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