Publicaciones ILC

An overview of action-research projects in Eastern Africa
The issue of women’s land access occupies centre stage, once again, as a result of increasing poverty and the 2007 global food crisis. Women need secure land access in order to produce food for their families, improve their welfare and participate in economic activities. Women’s secure access to land improves the chances that the countries involved will meet millennium development goals. In spite...
ILC, MISR, PLAAS, IDRC
Research Report 1
In Madagascar, as in other African countries, securing access to and control over land is a key issue of economic development, poverty reduction and household and national food security. “Land is of crucial importance to the economies and societies of the region, contributing a major share of GDP and employment in most countries, and constituting the main livelihood basis for a large portion of...
ILC, IDRC
Research Report 3
Land is a very important source of livelihood for Ugandans, especially for those who live in Kayunga district, as it is one of the main agricultural districts of the country. As women usually cultivate land and produce food both for sale and home consumption, they are greatly affected when deprived of this resource.
ILC, FHRI
The 2010 ILC Annual Report is now available for download. The report shares highlights of ILC's main initiatives and the key results achieved by the Coalition over the past year. Interviews with members and partners reveal insights from experiences ranging from global advocacy to national policy dialogues and local pilot experiences on the ground. The report is available now in English and will...
ILC
Memoria del II Seminario Bolivia Post-constituyente
¿Cuál es el modelo de desarrollo rural que propone el gobierno y qué alternativas hay?, ¿qué asuntos debería tratar una nueva ley de tierras?, ¿por qué es necesario el derecho a la consulta, cuál es el estado de su aplicación en el país a partir de lo postulado por la Constitución?
ILC, Fundación Tierra, PNUD, AECID, DED, OACNUDH
This paper addresses the interaction between the application of environmental laws and the stability of beneficiary families in agrarian reform settlements, in a context of increasing environmental concerns pressured by climate change. It compares two types of land regulation in the Amazon – settlement projects and sustainable development projects. It examines four main issues: forms of accessing...
ILC, CISEPA, ICRAF, CIRAD
El estudio reconstruye el ciclo que ya se va haciendo común en los países de la hoya amazónica: la concesión minera, la permisividad estatal y el conflicto social.
ILC, SER, CISEPA, CIRAD,
La nueva serie de informes sobre concentración de la tierra: Policy brief se encuentra disponible en la web. Para acceder a una lista de los informes y descargar la versión en inglés haga clik aquí
ILC
Generalmente, en los procesos de concentración de tierras la gran empresa suele desplazar a la pequeña y la mediana economía campesina. Este documento, referido a la actividad lechera del Uruguay, presenta un caso inverso; es decir, cómo un sector de pequeños productores, inclusive dentro de un proceso de concentración de la tierra, logra conservar la propiedad gracias a la aplicación de...
ILC, CISEPA – Centro Cooperativista Uruguayo
This study examines how land ownership in Peru has been concentrated over the past decade by analysing interactions between campesinos, the State and private capital. It describes the structure of land tenure and ownership resulting from agrarian reform and how new legislation has favoured private investment over the rights of small landowners and indigenous communities. It examines the extent of...
ILC, CIRAD, CEPES