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Publication : "Land Inequality Trends and Drivers"

« Land inequality is the difference in the quantity and value of land people have access to, the relative strengths of their land tenure rights, and about the appropriation of value derived from the land and its use. More data gathering and research needs to be done to better understand and monitor land inequality. Despite data limitations, what can be seen globally is a growing concentration of land in larger holdings leaving the majority of farmers, along with indigenous people and other communities, with less land. »

Source : Land, 28/03/20, Land Inequality Trends and Drivers

Veille : Vincent Basserie - Support technique : Hub Rural

Crédits: AK-Project