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Security for Many or Surplus for the Few? Customary Tenure and Social Differentiation in Southern Malawi
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2007
It has been argued that the ambiguities in Malawian customary tenure may aggravate processes of social differentiation and class formation. The ...
Land tenure, Customary land, Social differentiation, Malawi, Poverty
Security for many or surplus for the few? Customary tenure and social differentiation in Southern Malawi
Journal Article | Mar 2009
It has been argued that the ambiguities in Malawian customary tenure may aggravate processes of social differentiation and class formation. The article ...
Journal Article | Jan 1999
Land alientation in Borana: Some land tenure issues in a pastoral context in Ethiopia Johan Helland
Journal Article | Jan 1983
Different systems of land tenure in Ethiopia under Haile Selassie and their history are explained and their economic and social consequences analysed. ...
Land tenure, Land reform, Resource management, Centralisation and access to resources, Land rights and rural society, Ethiopia
Book Chapter | Jan 2002
Land alienation in Borana: Some land tenure issues in a pastoral context in Ethiopia Johan Helland
CMI Report | Apr 2008
Tanzania is a relatively new mining country, and mining has become a hotly debated issue in the country. There is a feeling among both local people and ...
Land tenure, Mining, Conflicts, Legal aspects, Tanzania
Event | 10 Oct 2007
The Karrayu in the Upper Awash Valley are nomadic pastoralists with a traditional migratory pastoral mode of existence. Expanding and 'disempowering' development interventions in the form of large-scale agricultural enterprises and conservation schemes, threaten the Karrayu's traditional way of living.
The Lost Peace. Collective Land Titling, Natural Resources and Armed Conflict in the Colombian Pacific
Event | 30 Sep 2010
What is the relationship between the change in the structure of land ownership and the dynamics of armed conflict in the Columbian Pacific, and how is it related to the planting and exploitation of palm oil?
Commissioned Report | Nov 2007
This study is commissioned by the World Bank as part of the bank's initiative to build capacity in governance and benefit streams management in selected ...
U4 Issue | Oct 2014
Corruption is a continuing feature of the Philippines’ natural resource sectors. Given keen interest in the country’s REDD+ potential, it ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2013
We have used gender-disaggregated household panel data from 2007 and 2012 in combination with dictator games and hawk-dove games to assess the effects ...
joint land certification, gender, empowerment of wives, Ethiopia, Africa
Journal Article | Nov 2014
Ethiopia has implemented one of the largest, fastest and least expensive land registration and certification reforms in Africa. While there is evidence ...
CMI Report | Aug 2011
A new Land Act introduced in Angola in 2004 demonstrates a genuine interest in the protection of the customary land rights of rural communities and underlines ...
Customary land tenure, Agricultural development, Angola
U4 Brief | May 2012
Corruption and other factors can influence deforestation in contradictory ways. For the purpose of country-level implementation of REDD+, donors should ...
REDD+, public financial management and procurement, Indonesia
Project | Nov 2003 - Dec 2005
This project investigates the relationship between research and policy-making in selected policy areas in four African countries - Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania ...
Research, Policy-making, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda
Book Chapter | Jan 1999
Tenure and human rights Siegfried Pausewang Tenure and sustainable use James Oglethorpe (ed.) sieg
The evolution of private property rights in traditional agriculture: Theories and a study from Indonesia
CMI Working Paper | Jan 1997
The starting point of this paper is a universally observed tendency of common property to be replaced by private property in traditional agriculture. ...
U4 Brief | Jan 2015
Assigning forest carbon rights is crucial for any effective REDD+ system. Often linked to debates about forest tenure, carbon rights determine who can ...
News | 7 Sep 2012
Learning the right lessons from past experiences with corruption in the forest sector is crucial to prevent broad undermining of REDD+.
Lost in Translation. Understanding the Nuba as a Movement Between Epistemic Territories – between difference and sameness, between contingency and continuity
Sudan Working Paper | Mar 2015
The paper is a broad discussion focusing on the Nuba people of the Sudan. The starting point for the reflections is the issue of “translation” ...