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Rapports et recherches
mars 2022
Cameroun
République démocratique du Congo
Côte d'Ivoire
Honduras
Guyana
Indonésie

La présente étude constitue une synthèse des données qualitatives et quantitatives des impacts de l’accord de partenariat volontaire (APV) UE-FLEGT dans sept pays : le Cameroun, le Ghana, l’Indonésie, la République du Congo, la Côte d’Ivoire, le Guyana et le Honduras.

Special Economic Zones in the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle
Rapports et recherches
février 2022
Indonésie
Malaisie
Thaïlande

Mapping out and assessing the economic performance of SEZs across the subregion, the publication highlights the threats they face from digital technologies, rising competition for foreign investment and international trade standoffs.

Rapports et recherches
février 2022
Kirghizistan
Cambodge
Indonésie
Philippines
Bangladesh
Inde
Népal
Global

Target 1.4 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) seeks to ensure that “all men and women, particularly the poor and vulnerable, have equal rights … to ownership and control over land and other forms of property.”

janvier 2022
Indonésie

Neely, C.; Chesterman, S.(2022) Summary presentation. Research support to address barriers and accelerate the impact of the Great Green Wall. ogor (Indonesia): CIFOR / Nairobi (Kenya): ICRAF. 26 sl

janvier 2022
Indonésie

Palm oil is considered a key commodity in supporting the Indonesian economy, generating both domestic revenue and foreign exchange. Such revenue needs to be distributed equally for the benefit of the government and society.

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2022
Indonésie

Social forestry (SF) has long been implemented in production and protected forests in Indonesia. SF is considered to be a win–win solution for occupied and cultivated forest areas. The aim of this paper was to review the implementation of social forestry in Indonesia and its strengths and challenges.

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2022
Indonésie

Improving the quality of spatial cadastre remains a challenge in Indonesia. The lack of data quality impacts the legal uncertainty of land rights and the inequality of control, ownership, use, and utilization of land.

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