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Publication (Land) : "Building on “Traditional” Land Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Rural Ghana: Adaptive or Anachronistic?"

« This study therefore explores the importance of traditional dispute resolution institutions in the management of land-related disputes in southcentral and western Ghana, drawing on data collated from 380 farming households operating 746 plots. The results show that contrary to the conventional thinking that traditional institutions are anachronistic and not fit for purpose, they remain strong and a preferred forum for land dispute resolution (proving resilient and adaptable), given the changing socio-economic and tenurial conditions. »

Source : Land, 02/02/21, Building on “Traditional” Land Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Rural Ghana : Adaptive or Anachronistic ?

Veille : Vincent Basserie - Support technique : Hub Rural

Crédits: AK-Project