4 edition of Land tenure adjustment found in the catalog.
Land tenure adjustment
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District.
|Other titles||Plan amendment and environmental assessment for the John Day Resource Management Plan, John Day Resource Management Plan|
|Statement||U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Prineville District Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. :|
It is also important to mention that this research was undertaken based on the recommendations of the participants of focus group discussions with civil society organizations and government agencies. This theory formed the basis for treaties with indigenous peoples. Results Among the highlights of our recent results are that we: Secured the land rights of million people since through new laws and policies. Ghana has established Customary Land Secretariats that include training programs in record keeping and dispute resolution, and women are a special focus of these programs. In all, 1, acres of land were removed from trust status during this period, and more than 13, individuals lost tribal affiliation. This segment will focus on labour, kinship and gender relations as they intersect in various ways and structure land tenure relations.
The studies in the book suggest that while minerals such as gold and oil presented particular challenges to agricultural livelihood activities, forest resources could also be exploited in ways which expropriated local communities, forcing them into unfavourable labour relations, leaving in its wake environmental degradation and impoverished and dispossessed local populations. In conclusion, the analysis of the social relations underpinning rural livelihoods has demonstrated clearly the role of globalisation processes in shaping national economic policies, and through that, labour and land relations. Tribal nations must continually inform and contest these decisions through education and lobbying in Congress and through grassroots activism and litigation. From to the present, the Joint Ceasefire of the Government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front defined it as conflict-affected areas. The employment opportunities in the capital intensive oil industry have not been able to address the crisis in local livelihood activities in both oil and non-oil producing communities Ukeje
A1: Land tenure is the set of rules that determines how land is used, possessed, leveraged, sold, or in other ways disposed of within societies. Supreme Court decision, Carcieri v. In her study therefore, she explored how gender discourses propagated by development NGOs were deployed by women in the negotiation of their relations with men and other dominant social categories and how these interacted with their land rights in the context of globalisation. Indeed, the countries of the studies have their particularities in their relationship with globalisation processes: Ghana, with the dubious distinction of being seen as a sub-Saharan Africa success story in structural adjustment by many except its own citizens; Cameroon, oil rich and seeking to avoid the violence underpinning oil exploitation in neighbouring Nigeria, but clearly in the thrall of global capital; Vietnam, ex-communist and confidently striding forth under the banner of neo-liberalism; and the countries of the Latin American study—Brazil, Peru and Bolivia—with full direct engagements in global agri-business. Escobar, A.
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While statutory law may be gender neutral, customary law prevails and is based on a patriarchal system.
This book has a part to play in building on these as the current priority for international cooperation and alliance building. All of these alienated Indian lands remained within reservation boundaries but were no longer under Indian ownership and control.
Different land tenure systems have their advantages and disadvantages. Pape, J. Was it in building more viable survival strategies for the poorest Ugandans or in restructuring the national constitution?
In Cameroon, land is largely state owned while in Ghana, 80 per cent of land is held under customary land tenure systems. Very few women benefited, largely because the beneficiaries were required to be household heads of over 18 years of age with dependents.
The labour relations women were involved in were a function of their changing land interests in a context of land tenure liberalisation.
Native title can be held exclusively or alongside some of the other types of land tenure. Tenure security requires property rights that are clear in purpose and duration and accepted as legitimate and legal. Today, the Band enjoys full sovereignty over the reservation, including jurisdiction over all criminal and civil matters affecting the band and the right to limit who can live on or visit the reservation.
Given these limitations, further studies or multi-stakeholder forums would be helpful to further validate the findings and build on the recommendations of this research.
In keeping with the literature which focuses mainly on the economic aspects of globalisation Khor ; Jaggar ; Gillsthe case studies have tended to privilege the material conditions of livelihoods in their considerations of globalisation.
In addition, local populations have also suffered from extreme levels of environmental stress—24 hour long gas flares, oil spills from pipelines, blow-outs at well heads, contaminated water and soil and threats to their health. Q4: Do property rights improve or exacerbate gender inequality?
About land tenure What is land tenure? The four studies support the literature which suggests that states are actively involved in processes of economic liberalisation in their rule-making, policies and regulatory practices, and also in supporting trans-national corporations.
It created a complicated pyramid of feudal relationships. The cases are merely five faces of land tenure problems in the three provinces of Cotabato, Maguindanao and Sultan Kudarat. Other[ edit ] In addition, there are various forms of collective ownership, which typically take either the form of membership in a cooperativeor shares in a corporationwhich owns the land typically by fee simple, but possibly under other arrangements.
Many Indian landowners cannot even locate their lands, and land management decisions are commonly made without their consent. In particular, the elegant and powerful ways in which social phenomena are uncovered in all their fluidities and messy complications, the celebration of the human spirit and the agency of even the most powerless of persons and the reminder that change is constant and that things are not always what they seem, come to mind.
Jaggarfor her part notes that globalisation is underpinned by neo-liberalism, which promotes the free flow of traded goods through the removal of tariffs and quotas, but seeks to control the flow of labour and seeks extensive privatisation of all resources, turning public services into private enterprises for profit and natural resources—such as water, minerals, forests and land—into global commodities.
Trust Relationship The 56 million acres of reservation land currently under Indian ownership are held in trust for Indian people by the U. For those sites that still exist, holding ceremonies is difficult because of competing interests for land use.
It is also important to mention that this research was undertaken based on the recommendations of the participants of focus group discussions with civil society organizations and government agencies. For example, a mining or petroleum lease could overlap a range of tenures across Crown landpastoral leasesfreehold land and native title.
Land property rights are registered to individuals, families, or organizations for the land they occupy or use informally or under customary law.10/1/09 AM Land Tenure Book indd a. Foreword. A. ddressing the root causes of conflict is one of the six paths which are embodied in the National Peace Plan of the government.
a regular bureaucracy and a land-tenure system, these achievements created new problems for his successors. The system of land grants to military servitors, maintained for centuries (with changes) in all conquered lands, ultimately suppressed the interest of both landlords and tenants in increasing agricultural productivity.
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