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While the NLP acknowledges the rights of women to acquire land in their own right through both purchasing and allocation, the inheritance of clan or family land will continue to dee governed by custom and tradition.

Worldwide, as agriculture gradually becomes more focused on commercial and profitmaking goals, and given the historical high level of dependency of agricultural production patterns in developing countries on markets in developed economies, the growing process of market liberalization kuczysnki agriculture is likely to favour land reallocation towards cash crops and exports to the detriment of foodstuffs.

The E-mail message field is required. As in many other countries, changes in statutory laws have not greve Ugandan women’s rights over land. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. The chalice and the blade: Worldwide information on landownership and tenure is very limited.

Write a review Rate this item: As a major conclusion, the different studies assert that despite the efforts made in most countries to promote women’s equal rights to land, as part of the development agenda, many institutional, social, cultural and above all economic obstacles persist that prevent rural families, and women in particular, from having adequate access to and secure tenure of land.

Would you also like to submit a review for this item? Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Again, in the United Republic of Tanzania, “the dispute settlement mechanism, known as Mbaraza Ya Wazee Ya Ardhi, is structured so that councils of village elders have primary jurisdiction in all land matters, including settling disputes over individualization of tenure. The study on Brazil pays special attention to the evolution of legal regulations that historically prevented women from having equal access to land.


This transformation brought about a new social order that affected all aspects of living and thinking, [3] giving rise ecnomia a different way of structuring human relations and leading to a system of hierarchies and control over resources.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Preview this item Preview this item. Another feature of most land reform programmes implemented over the past two decades is the emphasis given to land registration and titling, with very little attention being paid to the demand for land redistribution. Spanish View all editions and formats.

Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. Preview this item Preview this item. Social scientists, anthropologists, and especially feminist researchers interested in women’s social role in ancient societies, have found numerous traces of evidence demonstrating how earliest civilizations in different part of the world have associated farming with their broad cultural and social settings. Please enter recipient e-mail address es.

Your list has reached the maximum number of items. For instance, the Beijing Platform for Action [6] itself indicates that governments should “undertake legislative and administrative reforms to give women full and equal access to economic resources, including the rights to inheritance hidtoria to ownership of land and other property, credit, natural resources and appropriate technologies”. During the course of social and technological evolution and the expansion of the market economy, agricultural developments began to be stimulated by profit-making goals.

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Your rating has been recorded. Spanish View all editions and formats. The E-mail Address es field is required. The present compendium is organized as follows: Especially in agriculture-based economies, where a large part of the population depends on farming-related activities, land is not only a fundamental asset and a main source of food production and food security, but for many rural communities worldwide it also constitutes a secure place to live and a base for social and cultural identity and belonging.

Ongoing discussions on the gender implications of the different land tenure arrangements tap on many structural factors. Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions.

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Your request to send this item has been completed. Similar Items Related Subjects: Cancel Forgot your password? Existing historical disparities among different groups have not been sufficiently addressed within the new land market institutions, and those who were traditionally economically deprived had few opportunities to obtain land through market transactions, since no provisions were granted.


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Please enter the message. Gender, together with other social and economic factors, determines the individual’s and group’s access to and control over resources.

On the other hand, in countries with strong traditional community tenure systems, it is crucial that women’s social security and bargaining power within the traditional institutions be preserved while introducing new institutional arrangements for land tenure. You may send this item to up to five recipients.

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Finding libraries that hold this item Senegal and Burkina Faso. The first two articles present a glance at customary institutions in South-Saharan Africa, Senegal and Burkina Faso, which, as one of the authors points out, represent a daunting challenge to augmenting effectively social recognition of women’s land rights.

You already recently rated this item. Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Traditional social inequities and strong asymmetric power relations existing in most countries, together with a system of beliefs and social practices that discriminate against non-economic profitable activities permeate the current debate on gender equity on rights to land.

Spanish View all editions and formats Rating: Also, provisions to enforce the law can maintain gender bias, for example the one relating to institutions set up to adjudicate land disputes.

In some countries, agriculture generates three-quarters of household income in rural areas, most of which comes from subsistence farming, in which women play a major role. Citations are based on reference standards.