A partir del análisis de la jurisprudencia de la Corte Suprema norteamericana y del Tribunal Constitucional peruano, así como de nuestro marco normativo, el autor analiza los diversos criterios para determinar cuando estamos frente un supuesto de expropiación indirecta, tales como a magnitud de la medida, la expectativa razonable, el beneficio del Estado, la inviabilidad económica del bien, ent
The report of the discussion that took place online in September 2012 is now online!!! (Special thanks to Andrea...) Check it in the attachement below. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information, we would be glad to recveive more feed back from you. Jai jagat!
When we look at access to land and security of tenure, we talk about formal ‘ownership titles’, ‘informal written contracts’ and oral agreements between various parties. The rights and rights holders concerned are not usually specified something that often leads to misunderstandings and even conflict.
Investiga-se a possibilidade de exame do conflito fundiário indígena sob o ponto de vista do direito civil, a partir da consideração da relação do índio com sua terra como um direito da personalidade.
Ever since the arrival of the European colonisers, theories of international law have been used to justify the process of dispossession of indigenous lands.
European Coordination Via Campesina and Hands Off the Land Network
Almost two-thirds of farming families from ethnic Ta’ang communities in Burma’s northern Shan State have lost land to the country’s powerful military, according to a new report.
This issue brief thus aims to:
• Contribute to enriching regional and national perspectives in
tackling China’s role in influencing policies and institutions of
other developing countries that are related to access to land and
• Set a framework that will guide the research, the policy analysis,
The National Long Term Vision 2030 (Vision 2030) is Zambia's first ever written long-term plan, expressing Zambians’ aspirations by the year 2030. The formulation process utilized both top-down and bottom-up approaches, where various stakeholders at both national and regional level were consulted.The Zambian people’s vision is to become “a prosperous middle income nation by 2030”.