Rights to Resources in Crisis: Reviewing the Fate of Customary Tenure in Africa

A five brief series analyzing the roots of African land tenure systems, recent policy trends and the phenomenon of large scale land acquisitions
Authors: Liz Alden Wily
Date of publication: 12/2011
Organization of reference: Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI)

"In a series of 5 new briefs Liz Alden Wily* analyzes the roots of African land tenure systems, recent policy trends and the phenomenon of large scale land acquisitions. The 5 brief series Rights to Resources in Crisis: Reviewing the Fate of Customary Tenure in Africa assesses the status of customary land rights and the forces that will affect them as Africa develops. This suite of briefs includes: • Customary Land Tenure in the Modern World • Putting 20th-Century Land Policies in Perspective • Land Reform in Africa: A Reappraisal • The Status of Customary Land Rights in Africa Today • The Global Land Rush: What this Means for Customary Land Rights"

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