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  1. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    janvier, 2005
    Mozambique

    Unruh J (2005) Property restitution laws in a postwar context: the case of Mozambique. African Journal of Legal Studies 3:147-165

  2. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    janvier, 2005
    Kenya

    The right to own and inherit property is a crosscutting right that traverses the realm of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights. This right is central to the true empowerment of everyone in society (men, women, boys and girls) and is a key developmental right. It is the common right to all societies and cultures. It is central to securing the dignity of all members of the society.

  3. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    janvier, 2005
    Zambie

    The relationship between migration and deforestation in the developing world continues to receive significant attention. However beyond direct population increase, the precise mechanisms that operate within the intersection of migrant - host land rights remain largely unexamined. Where migrants are provided with land and rights by the state and/or local communities, how such rights are perceived by the migrants is of primary importance in their interaction with land resources, and in aggregate it impacts the development opportunities and environmental repercussions of migration.

  4. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    janvier, 2005
    Asie central


    Kyrgyzstan was one of the first countries from the former Soviet Union (FSU) to privatize agricultural land and remains the only country of the five Central Asian countries that has distributed land to the former collective and state farm members and dismantled the majority of these large farms. 

  5. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    janvier, 2005
    République-Unie de Tanzanie

    This paper explores and analyses contemporary contests over land tenure in
    northern Tanzania’s village lands as they relate to wildlife management and land policy
    and legislation. It details the nature of the contests and conflicts, including their legal
    aspects, and further seeks to diagnose the underlying political economic reasons behind
    these endemic conflicts. It concludes by relating these underlying issues to the broader
    macroeconomic environment and efforts to improve the security of local land tenure in

  6. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    janvier, 2005
    Kenya

    The report considers the different laws and policies relevant to wildlife management in Kenya, and critiques these in relation to conceptual and legal problems, ecological and institutional problems. It suggests a rethinking of property rights for wildlife management so that local communities can better benefit.

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    CAPRi Working Paper No. 35

    janvier, 2005
    Kenya

    This paper explores the puzzle of why the pastoral Maasai of Kajiado, Kenya, supported the individualization of their collectively held group ranches, an outcome that is inconsistent with theoretical expectation. Findings suggest that individuals and groups will seek to alter property
    rights in their anticipation of net gains from a new assignment, even as they seek to eliminate disadvantages that were present in the status quo property rights structure. Heightened perceptions of impending land scarcity, failures of collective decision making, the promise of

  8. Library Resource

    formation, peculiarities and development trends

    Rapports et recherches
    janvier, 2005
    Asie central, Europe orientale, Arménie

    Armenia is geographically located in the South Caucasus and bordered by Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and the Islamic Republic of Iran. The total length of its land boundaries is 1,026 km, including a 167-km border with Georgia, 268 km with Turkey, 556 km with Azerbaijan and 35 km with the Islamic Republic of Iran. The total area of Armenia is 29,800 km2, with a land area of 28,400 km2.

  9. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    janvier, 2005
    Asie central, Europe orientale

    A two-pronged agricultural land reform was devised in Georgia to move toward a market- oriented economy, one prong being the distribution of land parcels of up to 1.25 hectares in ownership to rural families (the “small parcel” approach), and the second being the leasing of the remaining state-owned land in larger allotments to physical and legal entities. The land reform program was intended to create a self-maintaining sector of subsistence-oriented small farmers and a market-oriented sector controlled by larger leaseholders.

  10. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    janvier, 2005
    Asie central, Europe orientale

    The land fragmentation in Bulgaria is a big problem after the land restitution. As a result of the implementation of the activities according to the Law on Ownership and use of agricultural land, land reallocation plans by Territories Belonging to Settlements (TBSs) were drawn up and came into force for the entire territory of the country. There were established about 10 million land properties, belonging to approximate 2 million owners, which means that the average area of a property is about 0,6 ha, including perennial plantations, meadows, and pastures.

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