Reassessing Customary Law Systems as a Vehicle for Providing Equitable Access To Justice for the Poor
- Collection Type:
- Multiple Countries, Sierra Leone, Uganda
- Kane, M., Oloka-Onyango, J. and Tejan-Cole, A.
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This Synthesis Report covers key points and gaps identified in the annotated bibliography, research themes and questions, which were discussed with and supplemented by the expert group. It also includes a list of other observations made at the expert group meeting related to laying the foundation for the Research Consortium as it begins activities and provides an overview of the communications assessment and needs uncovered in the participant survey and in subsequent discussion by the expert group.
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Land grabbing, conflict and agrarian‐environmental transformations: perspectives from East and Southeast Asia - Conference Paper No. 17
Gender Innovation Lab Policy Brief Issue 33, The World Bank
"This toolkit gathers together information on ten tools that have been successfully used by members of the International Land Coalition (ILC) to promote, protect and strengthen indigenous peoples’ and local communities’ land rights. It is intended to facilitate mutual learning based on the good practices of specific ILC members."
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