Land Rights

April 1, 2014
Face à la crise économique financière mondiale, la ruée des investissements privés vers les terres agricoles des pays du Sud va crescendo. L’accaparement foncier au Sénégal est devenu même une véritable bombe à retardement, et pour cause. Ces expropriations massives pourraient contribuer, à en croire les organisations de la société civile, à exacerber les tensions sociales et l’instabilité politique.
April 1, 2014
La CICODEV Afrique et d’autres organisations sœurs de la société civile révèle que sous la pression du G8 et avec le soutien financier de la Fondation Gates, la Banque Mondiale compte lancer un  nouveau projet appelé « Benchmarking the Business of Agriculture » (BBA). 
April 1, 2014
WHOSE LAND IS IT ANYWAY? Right now, millions of people are being thrown off their land because large corporations are being given special rights.
April 1, 2014
On Monday, the Oakland Institute and /The Rules, along with other NGOs, farmer and consumer organizations from around the worldlaunched a campaign to hold the World Bank accountable for its role in the rampant theft of land and resources from some of the world’s poorest people – farmers, pastoralists and indigenous communities, many of whom are essential food producers for the entire planet.
April 1, 2014
Two reports contend that developed country money is being used to encourage the take-over or virtual theft of African land by outsider companies and investment groups.
April 5, 2014
One of the problems with neoliberal economic policy is that it's tough to get countries to agree to it; especially democratic ones. It has often required quite extreme measures, such as invasion - the classic example being the US-backed coup against Chile's democratically elected president - or debt bondage and structural adjustment led by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Both are effective ways of forcing countries to deregulate their markets.
April 3, 2014
One of the problems with neoliberal economic policy is that it’s tough to get countries to agree to it; especially democratic ones. It has often required quite extreme measures, such as invasion — the classic example being the US-backed coup against Chile’s democratically elected president — or debt bondage and structural adjustment led by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Both are effective ways of forcing countries to deregulate their markets.
April 3, 2014
Agency hails chance to produce 'game-changing solutions', but corporate involvement sparks scepticism among campaigners
April 4, 2014
One of the problems with neoliberal economic policy is that it's tough to get countries to agree to it; especially democratic ones. It has often required quite extreme measures, such as invasion - the classic example being the US-backed coup against Chile's democratically elected president - or debt bondage and structural adjustment led by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Both are effective ways of forcing countries to deregulate their markets.

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