How the methodology of Participatory Prospective Analysis (PPA) is shaping forest-tenure reform in Indonesia, Uganda and Peru.
A rural community in Peru finds out the hard way that possessing a certificate doesn’t guarantee tenure security or improved livelihoods.
Diversas perspectivas sobre los avances en cuanto al reconocimiento de derechos colectivos a las tierras forestales son recogidas y analizadas.
Hallazgos iniciales de un estudio global indican que asegurar derechos sobre la tierra no siempre garantiza una mejora en los medios de vida de las comunidades forestales.
New study finds that securing land rights doesn't always guarantee better livelihoods for communities in Peru, Indonesia and Uganda.
Many rural communities are benefiting from increased tenure security. The next step is to turn that into inclusive, sustainable growth.
Accepted notions about the power of formal, individual property rights may have been turned on their head.
Key topics to be discussed at Global Landscapes Forum: The Investment Case.
New study raises more questions at World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty.
Research suggests tenure reform in Africa produces relatively modest gains.