This book forms part of a learning programme on ‘Land Reform From Below: Decentralised Land Reform in Southern Africa’. Supported by the Austrian Development Agency, the programme was launched in 2007, and has since provided policymakers, development practitioners and those involved in local governance with a variety of regional platforms on which to share their experiences of decentralised land-reform processes and to derive lessons related to best practice that can inform and improve policy-making.
This Review of Land Reform in Southern Africa 2010 reflects on countries’ experiences up to the first part of 2010, and highlights lessons for land policy and practice. The information in this volume has been gathered by practitioners, researchers and policy-makers working on land issues in their respective countries under the support of the Institute for Poverty Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS).
Published by PLAAS