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Publication : "Contested commons: Agricultural modernization, tenure ambiguities and intra-familial land grabbing in Ghana"

« Agricultural modernization is intensifying land use conflicts at the family level. Competition over family land has opened up the customary land tenure system to multiple interpretations. Intra-familial land grabbing which we conceptualize as ‘intimate dispossession’ is prevalent. Smallholder farmers are adopting personal tenure protection strategies to resist ‘intimate dispossession’. »

Lien : Land Use Policy, 05/04/18, Contested commons : Agricultural modernization, tenure ambiguities and intra-familial land grabbing in Ghana

Veille : Vincent Basserie - Support technique : Hub Rural

Crédits: AK-Project