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Holden Land Tenure Issues

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  • 1. Land tenure issues Summary By Stein
  • 2. Overview of interests
    • Tanzania:
      • Land allocation for bioenergy crops and impact on vulnerable groups, village land use planning
      • Land conflicts and corruption
      • Urban land certification
      • Formalization of customary tenure rights
    • Zimbabwe:
      • Redistributive land reforms
        • Productivity/efficiency analysis
    • Ethiopia:
      • Impacts of land certification on productivity and on vulnerable groups (women)
      • Forestry tenure: Communal woodlots vs. Distribution of village forest land to individual households
      • Optimal land use: Crops vs. Trees vs. Other uses
  • 3. Overview of interests, 2
    • China:
      • Communal vs. Private ownership and management of forest land. Identification of optimal tenure regimes under varying conditions
      • Land expropriation and compensation issues
    • Kenya:
      • Need for new land policy
      • Tenure reform and SLM
  • 4. Cross-cutting issues
    • Land reform impacts on efficiency, equity and SLM:
      • Ethiopia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, China, ?
    • Private vs. Collective tenure and optimal land use (Trees vs. Crops vs. Wildlife(?))
      • China, Ethiopia, ?
    • Legal empowerment, corruption, conflicts and expropriation/compensation
      • Tanzania, Ethiopia, China, Kenya, ?
  • 5. Relevant policy processes
    • Land tenure reforms in China, Ethiopia, Tanzania,Zimbabwe
    • Planned land reform process in Kenya.
    • Global initiatives
      • WB/UNDP/CLEP/GLTN(UNHabitat)
      • African Union: Review of tenure in Africa
  • 6. Potential group of people
    • Jintao (China)
    • Mintewab (Ethiopia)
    • Precious (Zimbabwe
    • Razack (Tanzania)
    • Wilfred (Kenya)
    • Coordination/backup: Stein, Gunnar, Priscilla, ++
  • 7. Planning process
    • Persons indicate degree of involvement
      • Proposal preparation
      • Issues to be involved in analysing
      • Data availability/need for additional data
      • Timing: How soon can output be expected
    • Need for coordination/backing
    • Integration with other researchers for preparation of joint outputs?
      • Edited book vs. Special issues in journals
      • Potential collaborators?
  • 8.
    • Frame the themes
      • -          Outline content of theme
      • -          Identify policy processes
      • -          Identify potential members of the group
      • -          Outline the planning process

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