Instead of favoring a democratic way of occupation, the “Law of the Lands” (1850) in Brazil established that the transference of land from public to private domain could only be made in large pieces, and through cash payments.
Reports-Published dateTuesday, January 2, 2007 - 05:00
This paper analyzes the potential impacts on poverty and lessons learned in the application of approaches for building socially inclusive, decentralized and spatially accented rural (and rural-urban) economic development in South Africa.Published dateMonday, January 2, 2006 - 05:00
Environment and natural resources as a core asset for wealth creation, poverty reduction, and sustainable development in Eritrea
Land degradation and desertification are continuing problems facing Eritrea and the IGAD region.Published dateTuesday, January 2, 2007 - 05:00