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Journal Articles & Books
March 2017

Date: juin 2017

Source: Foncier & Développement 

Ce dossier sur le renouvellement des formes et des enjeux de l’accès à la terre agricole au Sud rassemble des contributions présentées lors du colloque SFER « Le foncier agricole : usages, tensions et régulations », qui s’est tenu à Lyon les 11 et 12 juin 2014.

Reports & Research
December 2014

This report explores in detail the many legal, social, historical, political, economic and other factors involved in the land  acquisition process in Bangladesh. The report also examines how  land across Bangladesh can most easily, affordably and fairly be acquired and accessed by civil society groups and climate displaced communities in Bangladesh. The study will also this report assesses the viability of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) as a possible permanent destination for the relocation of climate displaced communities.

Reports & Research
December 2014

This report explores in detail the many legal, social, historical, political, economic and other factors involved in the land  acquisition process in Bangladesh. The report also examines how  land across Bangladesh can most easily, affordably and fairly be acquired and accessed by civil society groups and climate displaced communities in Bangladesh. The study will also assess the possibility of climate displaced persons accessing land through private or public donation, including by government officials, private individuals or corporations.

Policy Papers & Briefs
December 2011

The complexity and magnitude of issues pertaining to land administration and management in Bangladesh cannot be overstated. The nature and volume of land disputes in the nation indicate the inefficiency of the land administration system and land dispute resolution mechanisms. Especially multiple claims to the same property-fuelled by the uncoordinated land recording systems-are widespread. land grabbing presents huge legal and governance related challenges.