| 11:00-12:30 | Academiegebouw, Maskeradezaal (first floor)

Historical injustices, development failures, and long-term dynamics of land and tree tenure

This panel presents research from different parts of Sub-Saharan Africa (Burkina Faso, Ghana, Kenya and Democratic Republic of Congo) exploring the long-term dynamics of securing access to land and trees under complex socio-political systems at the interface of customary and statutory law.

CIFOR Presenter:

D. Andrew Wardell
"80 years seeking compensation for land appropriation associated with the establishment of the Yangambi Floristic Reserve in 1937, Tshopo Province, Democratic Republic of Congo"


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