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As various recent studies  have demonstrated, women’s control over land influences their bargaining power,  at both the household and community levels, as it is women who own land who tend to play a more central role in decision-making. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Advanced Search Find a Library. Existing historical disparities among different groups have not been sufficiently addressed within the new land market institutions, and those who were traditionally economically deprived had few opportunities to obtain land through market transactions, since no provisions were granted.
Land titles and land regularization, in general, have been economiia as a preamble to the development of land markets for agriculture. Worldwide information on landownership and tenure is very limited.
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Nicaragua’s case study brings to the discussion the nature of the different state interventions to promote gender equal rights under the agrarian reform programmes from the s histtoria raises concerns on the effectiveness of joint titling mechanisms implemented during the last decade or longer. The first two articles present a glance at customary institutions in South-Saharan Africa, Senegal and Burkina Faso, which, as one of the authors points out, represent a daunting challenge to augmenting effectively social recognition of women’s land rights.
Spanish View all editions and formats Rating: Countries such as Brazil, Honduras, Nicaragua, South Africa and Zimbabwe, among many others, have introduced within the past two decades new legal regulations that acknowledge women as landholders and beneficiaries of land distribution programmes; however, the concrete impact of those programmes on women’s control over land and agricultural produce is not yet clear.
As a major conclusion, the different studies assert that despite the efforts made in most countries to promote women’s equal rights to land, as part of the development agenda, many institutional, social, cultural and above all economic obstacles persist that prevent rural families, and women in particular, from having adequate access to and economiw tenure of land.
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Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Write a review Hiwtoria this item: This practice led to women’s traditional rights under customary law being undermined, and men’s decisions as heads of household determining women’s property rights. This transformation brought about a new social breeve that affected all aspects of living and thinking,  giving rise to a different way of structuring human relations and leading to a system of hierarchies and control over resources.
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Likewise, agricultural land in countries such as Lesotho, Uganda, Zambia, Dominica and Brazil present a similar tenure structure, with women landholders ranging from 16 percent to 26 percent of the total number of holders natural personsduring the s . Another feature of most land reform programmes implemented over the past two decades is the emphasis given to land registration and titling, with very little attention being paid to the demand for land redistribution.
While the NLP acknowledges the rights of women to acquire land in their own right through both purchasing and allocation, the inheritance of clan or family land will continue to be governed by custom and tradition.
By the late s, newly constituted magistrates courts were supporting the subdivision of women’s plots of land to enable it to be shared among co-wives. The domestication of plant and animal species occurred partially in response to the need for families to ensure adequate access to sources of food during the process of settlement. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. Cancel Forgot your password? The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format.
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Please enter recipient jurgrn address es. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Please verify that you are not a robot. This increased commercialization of agriculture also tends to expel women from the land held by the family and place at risk their possibilities of obtaining access to land within the new institutional arrangements for agriculture.
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Ongoing discussions on the gender implications of the different land tenure arrangements tap on many structural factors. Gender, together with other social and economic factors, determines the individual’s and group’s access juczynski and control over resources. More like this Similar Items.
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The purpose of this volume is to contribute to this debate, bringing together various papers, prepared with the contribution of different authors. The lack of empirical information and quantitative data on how men and women have been affected by different land tenure programmes remains a constraint. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.
The current economic trends toward market liberalization may once more jeopardize the rights of small farmers and specially women to own the land histofia may require for agriculture and the sustainable livelihood of their family.
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However, women’s rights in these respects began to be eroded by various forms of land transfer, including the emergence of a market in land, and by increased land scarcity resulting from polygamy, which is widely practiced. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. The study on Brazil pays special attention to the evolution of legal regulations that historically prevented women from having equal access to land.
In addition, customary laws acknowledge a widow s inheritance rights regarding the ownership of matrimonial homes and land. Most initiatives to enhance women’s land rights within the past three decades have mainly focused on legal reforms.