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Land Policies and Agrarian Reforms

Land Policies and Agrarian Reforms

Many conflicts in the world are still more or less directly related to the issue of land. They can be grouped into three categories: insecure access to land or its resources; iniquitous distribution of land; and the claims of social and ethnic groups to exercise power over a territory. This leads to three central questions: the right to secure access by users; access to land resources to achieve optimum economic and social conditions; and recognition of cultural and historic diversity.

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Workshop Report: Land Policies and Land Reforms - World Social Forum, February 3 and 4, 2002
:: Michel Merlet :: February 2002 ::

Family Farming, Societies, and Globalization
:: Agricultures paysannes et mondialisation (APM) :: July 1998 ::


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