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    Large-scale land acquisitions and food security

    Evidence on Demand, 2013
    DFID are looking to propose that the UK supports a package of measures to strengthen land transparency and ultimately governance. This work is of a high priority for DFID and the wider UK Government. Following further research on the evidence and internal discussions, DFID have identified a gap relating to two specific questions:
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    Technology to promote transparency around land acquisitions

    Evidence on Demand, 2013
    This short, desk-top study investigates and reviews how technology is being used in developing countries to promote transparency around land acquisitions. This includes reactive solutions to identify and highlight what land acquisitions have taken place and proactive solutions that promote and protect land rights from future land acquisitions.
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    Agribusiness large-scale land acquisitions and human rights in Southeast Asia - Updates from Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Timor-Leste and Burma

    Forest Peoples Programme, 2013
    The series of studies discussed in this overview pull together updated information about large-scale land acquisitions in the region, with the aim of identifying trends, common threats, divergences and possible solutions. As well as summarising trends in investment, trade, crop development and land tenure arrangements, the studies focus on the land tenure and human rights challenges.
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    Annotated bibliography for rapid review on property rights

    Economic and Private Sector PEAKS, 2013
    Better protection of property rights can affect several development outcomes, including better management of natural resources. This bibliography and rapid review is concerned with two principal outcomes:  reduction in investors risk and increase in incentives to invest, and improvements in household welfare.
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    Securing Africa’s land for shared prosperity: a program to scale up reforms and investments

    World Bank, 2013
    Based on worldwide experience and encouraging evidence from country pilots in African countries such as Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania,and Uganda, this new report suggests a series of ten steps that may help to revolutionise agricultural production and eradicate poverty in Africa.
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    The politics of evidence: methodologies for understanding the global land rush

    2013
    The most recent ‘land rush’ precipitated by the convergent ‘crises’ of fuel, feed and food in 2007–2008 has heightened the debate on the consequences of land investments, with widespread media coverage, policy commentary and civil society engagement.
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    Reframing the New Alliance Agenda: A Critical Assessment based on Insights from Tanzania

    Future Agricultures Consortium, 2013
    Through the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition, in 2013 G8 countries are seeking to mobilise the private sector and multi-national corporations to boost African agriculture. This new Future Agricultures / PLAAS briefing (pdf) looks at how African countries are engaging with the New Alliance.
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    Advancing agroforestry on the policy agenda : A guide for decision makers

    Forestry Department, FAO, 2013
    In a new guide published today and aimed at decision-makers, key policy advisors, NGOs and governmental institutions, FAO shows how agroforestry can be integrated into national strategies and how policies can be adjusted to specific conditions. The policy guide provides examples of best practices and success stories, as well as suggesting ten major tracks for policy action, including:
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    Land tenure and fast-tracking REDD+: time to reframe the debate?

    Global Canopy Programme, 2013
    This paper argues that legal reform of land tenure will not take place fast enough to enable developing countries to reduce carbon emissions from deforestation and forest degradation through REDD+. It highlights that a global agreement on REDD+ is needed by 2020, if the mechanism is to have a significant impact on mitigating climate change.
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    Agrarian Labour Relations in Zimbabwe after Over a Decade of Land and Agrarian Reform

    Future Agricultures Consortium, 2013
    Walter ChambatiApril 2013

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