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Land Policies and Agrarian Reforms

Land Policies and Agrarian Reforms

Documents

  • Family Farmers Facing the Challenges of the Twenty-first Century
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    04 July 1998
    This Paper is a stage in the process of considerations, undertaken at the international level, by family farmers on the deterioration of their conditions of production and existence, in order to generate an awareness of the importance of family farmining.
  • Family Farming, Societies, and Globalization
    (Equipe APM), Terre Citoyenne - Agricultures paysannes et mondialisation
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    01 July 1998
    Agriculture has an important place in the Proposal Papers. Indeed this domain has becomes more and more difficult to protect in the present globalization movement: there are many challenges to take up.
  • Land Policies and Land Reforms
    Michel Merlet (IRAM)
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    01 October 2002
    This workshop underscores the importance of land-propoerty issues for global governance. It is necessary indeed, to consider the question of land-property management in terms of global interdependence in order to find viable solutions as much in the North as in the South.
  • Terre Citoyenne N°2
    Pierre Vuarin (Fondation Charles Léopold Mayer pour le progrès de l'Homme)
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    01 April 1998
    This magazine was born in Yaounde, Cameroon. It is there that in September 1996, people coming from various networks and organizations from all over the world met to share analyses and to work out proposals on global food security. This "gloabl magazine" consists of their testimonies on the devastating effects of liberalization of trade and on the hopes permitted by citizen initiatives.
  • Useful Knowledge, Patchwork of Knowledge - Volume 1
    (partenaires APM)
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    01 July 1998
    To be able to permit some improvements in the domain of agriculture, it is necessary to be conscious of the policies that function and of those that don't function. So the comparison and the dialogue between different groups of country seem to be a good alternative.
  • Useful Knowledge, Patchworks of Knowledge - Volume 2
    (APM mondial)
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    01 July 1998
    Six strategic challenges in the rural world debated at the meetings between family farmers and researchers in Bertioga (Brazil) in December 1997 and in Cascavel (Brazil) in April 1998.
  • Workshop Report: Land Policies and Land Reforms - World Social Forum, February 3 and 4, 2002
    Michel MERLET (IRAM)
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    01 February 2002
    For the occasion of the World Social Forum, in February 2002, the IRAM co-organized a workshop on Land Policies and Land Reforms. This workshop continues the work started at the FSM in 2001, and stresses the development of proposals with regard to safeguarding the security of land rights, the land and agricultural policies necessary for the development of family agriculture, and the place of producers' organizations in their design and application.


Land Policies and Agrarian Reforms

-Family Farming, Societies, and Globalization
-Workshop Report: Land Policies and Land Reforms - World Social Forum, February 3 and 4, 2002
-Proposal Paper
-Experience’s Cards.
-Participants and Interested Persons


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