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Resource Use Conflict in Agrarian Communities, Management and Challenges: A Case of Farmer-Herdsmen Conflict in Kogi State, Nigeria

Resource Use Conflict in Agrarian Communities, Management and Challenges: A Case of Farmer-Herdsmen Conflict in Kogi State, Nigeria

Source: Journal of Rural Studies, 2016

Author(s): Mabel Ukamake Dimelu, Edward Danjuma Salifu, and Edwin M. Igbokwe

Countries: Nigeria

Topics: Conflict Causes, Governance, Land, Livelihoods

Added: 15/06/2017

 

The study examined causes of conflict and effectiveness of management strategies in agrarian communities of Kogi State, Nigeria. A total 135 crop famers and 72 herdsmen were randomly selected and used for the study. Data were collected by use of structured interview schedule, focus group discussion and personal observation. The...

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Re-Asserting Control: Voluntary Return, Restitution and the Right to Land for IDPs and Refugees in Myanmar

Re-Asserting Control: Voluntary Return, Restitution and the Right to Land for IDPs and Refugees in Myanmar

Source: Transnational Institute, 2017

Countries: Myanmar

Topics: Humanitarian Assistance, Land, Livelihoods

Added: 05/06/2017

 

After decades of civil war and ethnic conflict, large numbers of nationality people in Myanmar have been displaced. In the ethnic states bordering Thailand, Laos, China, India and Bangladesh, hundreds of thousands of people have fled fighting between the Tatmadaw (national armed forces) and various ethnic armed groups. Military campaigns...

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Conflict over Natural Resources among Pastoralists in Northern Kenya: A Look at Recent Initiatives in Conflict Resolution

Conflict over Natural Resources among Pastoralists in Northern Kenya: A Look at Recent Initiatives in Conflict Resolution

Source: Journal of International Development, 2003

Author(s): Rachel Berger

Countries: Kenya

Topics: Conflict Causes, Dispute Resolution/Mediation, Governance, Land, Renewable Resources

Added: 01/06/2017

 

The paper describes the traditional relationship between pastoralism and the environment, and the institutions that underpin livelihood security and natural resource management. It identifies the circumstances that have led to pastoralism coming under threat and the resulting increase in inter-tribal conflict over natural resources. The paper discusses how pastoralist institutions...

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India: Conflict over Natural Resources--A Study on Jharbadhali Micro Watershed in Odisha

India: Conflict over Natural Resources--A Study on Jharbadhali Micro Watershed in Odisha

Source: Conflict Studies Quarterly, 2016

Author(s): Suman Devi and Niharranjan Mishra

Countries: India

Topics: Conflict Causes, Dispute Resolution/Mediation, Land, Renewable Resources

Added: 01/06/2017

 

In India, especially in rural areas, people mainly depend on natural resources for the livelihood. Due to the immense importance of natural resources, the potential to create conflict among the resource users exist. The term ‘watershed project’ has initiated for the conservation of natural resources such as land and water....

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The Role of the Manhyia Palace in Traditional Land Resource Conflict Management in Kumasi, Ghana

The Role of the Manhyia Palace in Traditional Land Resource Conflict Management in Kumasi, Ghana

Source: Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, 2016

Author(s): Francis Diawuo

Countries: Ghana

Topics: Dispute Resolution/Mediation, Land

Added: 01/06/2017

 

This paper explores the role of Manhyia Palace, a traditional political office of the Asantehene (King of Asante Kingdom) in traditional land conflict management in Kumasi. Land conflicts remain a major hindrance to land use and tenure security in most parts of Ghana. Sometimes, the institutions governing land use and...

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Land, Political Subjectivity and Conflict in Post-CPA Southern Sudan

Land, Political Subjectivity and Conflict in Post-CPA Southern Sudan

Source: Journal of Eastern African Studies, 2015

Author(s): Andreas T. Hirblinger

Countries: South Sudan, Sudan

Topics: Conflict Prevention, Land

Added: 01/06/2017

 

While South Sudan's independence formally marks the beginning of a new era, the recent relapse into violence raises important questions about the continuous impact of the post-colonial trajectories through which the country has become defined. This article discusses such impact by asking about the kind of political subjectivity which has...

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Housing, Land and Property Factsheet (April 2017)-Afghanistan

Housing, Land and Property Factsheet (April 2017)-Afghanistan

Source: Housing, Land and Property Task Force, 2017

Author(s): Housing, Land and Property Task Force

Countries: Afghanistan

Topics: Conflict Causes, Governance, Land

Added: 24/05/2017

 

Forced displacement often leads to the loss of land, homes and other property with serious consequences for individuals and communities, who as a result are deprived of their main source of physical and economic security. Disputes involving housing, land and property (HLP) are both a fundamental cause of conflict as...

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Environmental and Gender Impacts of Land Tenure Regularization in Africa: Pilot Evidence from Rwanda

Environmental and Gender Impacts of Land Tenure Regularization in Africa: Pilot Evidence from Rwanda

Source: Journal of Development Economics, 2014

Author(s): Daniel Ayalew Ali, Klaus Deininger, and Markus Goldstein

Countries: Rwanda

Topics: Gender, Governance, Land

Added: 21/05/2017

 

We evaluate the short-term impact of a pilot land regularization program in Rwanda using a geographic discontinuity design with spatial fixed effects. Three key findings emerge from the analysis. First, the program seems to have improved land access for legally married women (about 76% of married couples) and prompted better...

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Population Growth and its Implications for Global Security

Population Growth and its Implications for Global Security

Source: The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 2016

Author(s): Robert J. Walker

Topics: Climate Change, Conflict Causes, Land, Livelihoods, Renewable Resources

Added: 17/05/2017

 

Between 2015 and 2050 world population is projected to increase by nearly 2.5 billion, rising from 7.3 billion to an estimated 9.8 billion. The vast majority of that projected increase—an estimated 97 percent—will occur in the developing world. Demography is not destiny, but population growth in the developing world is...

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Human Securitization of Water? A Case Study of the Indus Waters Basin

Human Securitization of Water? A Case Study of the Indus Waters Basin

Source: Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 2013

Author(s): J Peter Burgess, Taylor Owen, and Uttam Kumar Sinha

Topics: Conflict Causes, Conflict Prevention, Land, Livelihoods, Renewable Resources

Added: 17/05/2017

 

In the large and growing literature on hydropolitics, insecurity generated through water-related conflicts is most often conceptualized under a model of economic resource scarcity. Conflict is generally reduced to the question of who has water, who needs water and thus what cost, in economic, political or military terms, is appropriate...

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