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Janeiro 2000
Mongólia
Ásia Oriental
Oceânia

This article explores the history of notions of land ownership among Mongolian pastoralists in a historical context.In the 1990s the Mongolian state implemented a series of reforms designed to create a competitive market economy based on private property. These included the wholesale privatisation of the pastoral economy and the dissolution of the collective and state farms.

Janeiro 2000
Índia
Ásia Meridional

Local governance has become increasingly significant as devolution from central and provincial levels is being attempted in India as a result of the enactment of the 73rd and 74th Amendment of the Constitution in 1993.

Janeiro 2000
Eritreia
África subsariana

Describes the main features of the new Eritrean land law and its operative assumption that the legislation is meant to extend state control over land.The legal devices employed by the law are widely used in sub-Saharan Africa (and were largely inspired by colonial policies).

Janeiro 2000
Quênia
Zâmbia
Lesoto
Uganda
Zimbabwe
Namíbia
Tanzânia
Botswana
Essuatíni
Malawi
África subsariana

Examines the relationship of people’s rights in land to the manner in which they may be involved in the management of forests in Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia, Mozambique, Lesotho and to a lesser degree Botswana and Swaziland.Includes examination of property relations, state power, land reform, recognition of customary rights, the changing nature o

Recursos e Ferramentas de Treinamento
Junho 1999

A checklist for gender-sensitive analysis of land tenure and common property resource systems, with sections on: gender roles, needs, incentives and benefits; project planning; livelihoods context; facilitating participation; and measuring impact.

Janeiro 1999
China
Ásia Oriental
Oceânia

This article disucsses the effects of the last four decades of change in China in relation to traditional Tibetan pastoral production systems.

Janeiro 1999
África subsariana

The present century has seen a significant real increase in resource conflict in semi-arid Africa. The most important causes of this are human population increase and the globalisation of the economy. Such conflicts reflect both point resources (mines, farms, reserves) and ecozonal conflicts (water, grazing and hunting rights).

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