Land Rights Reform and Governance in Africa: How to make it Work in the 21st Century?

Published on 01 Oct 2006
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The main argument of this paper is that insecurity of land tenure is a socio-political condition that can be made and unmade. It points out the need for a more action-based and community driven evolutionary process for land rights reform and governance in Africa. The publication focuses on Africa but also draws examples from other poor agrarian areas.

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