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17653IIED

A stronger voice for women in local land governance: effective approaches in Tanzania, Ghana and Senegal

Research report
  • Philippine Sutz
  • Amaelle Seigneret
  • Mary Richard
  • Patricia Blankson Akapko
  • Fati Alhassan
  • Mamadou Fall
17644IIED

Redress for land and resource rights violations: a legal empowerment agenda

IIED Briefing
  • Brendan Schwartz
  • Lorenzo Cotula
  • Masalu Luhula
  • Tomaso Ferrando
  • Hayden Fairburn
12606IIED

Trends in global land use investment: implications for legal empowerment

Research report
  • Lorenzo Cotula
  • Thierry Berger
17587IIED

Pillars of the community: how trained volunteers defend land rights in Tanzania

Research report
  • Godfrey Massay
12593IIED

Strengthening women's voices in the context of agricultural investments: Lessons from Tanzania

Report/paper
  • Man-Kwun Chan
  • Grace Kamugisha
  • Mary Kessi
  • Annmarie Mavenjina
12594IIED

Mainstreaming gender in Tanzania’s local land governance

Report/paper
  • Nasieku Kisambu
17361IIED

When investors come knocking: ensuring African women have a say

IIED Briefing
  • Catriona Knapman
  • Philippine Sutz
17310IIED

Reconsidering approaches to women’s land rights in sub-Saharan Africa

IIED Briefing
  • Catriona Knapman
  • Philippine Sutz
G03853

Conservation and "Land Grabbing" in Rangelands: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?

Report/paper
  • Hijaba Ykhanbai
  • Rishu Garg
  • Aman Singh
  • Stephen Moiko
  • Cherie Enawgaw Beyene
  • Dilys Roe
  • Fred Nelson
  • Tom Blomley
  • Fiona Flintan
14608IIED

Participatory Land Use Planning as a Tool for Community Empowerment in Northern Tanzania

Report/paper
  • Ujamaa Community Resource Team