Green Multiculturalism: Articulations of Ethnic and Environmental Politics in a Colombian ‘black community’
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Full citation: Chigbu, U.E.; Paradza, G.; Dachaga, W. Differentiations in Women’s Land Tenure Experiences: Implications for Women’s Land Access and Tenure Security in Sub-Saharan Africa. Land 2019, 8, 22.
Research Document – URL link has the following: Cover Page - A compilation of constitution, statutes, regulations, bye-laws, policies & practices relating to the statuses of women. Guidelines and Strategic Implementation Plan. National Distribution of 2007 and 2011 female candidates across political parties. Part 1 - A compilation of constitution, statutes, regulations, bye-laws, policies & practices relating to the statuses of women. Part ii - A compilation of constitution, statutes, regulations, bye-laws, policies & practices relating to the statuses of women and children, applicable in Nigeria.
U.S. Library of Congress - Global Legal Monitor
Full citation: Benbih, K. and Katz, J. (2014). “Land Tenure Rights for Women Under Customary Law.” - This paper highlights women’s rights issues in accessing land under dual systems. The goal is to make the knowledge resulting from the use of a platform, such as the Global Housing Policy Indicators (GHI), accessible on an open source to all land specialists, NGOs, policy makers, governmental agencies, as well as a global audience, including women around the world. The cases presented illustrate various difficulties to secure land tenure for women. The GHI assessment tool finds first hand evidence of the discrepancies between constitutional laws that are mostly gender neutral and the set of unspoken social norms or customary laws that discriminate against women, by way of practices restricting women’s ability to own, inherit or individually use land. [Threats to Women’s Land Tenure Security and Effectiveness of Interventions - Annotated Bibliography]