Post-Conflict Land Tenure
|Unruh J., (2004) Post-conflict land tenure: using a sustainable livelihoods approach FAO LSP WP 18, Access to Natural Resources Sub-Programme
Addresses the application of sustainable livelihood approaches to access to land and land administration in post-conflict situations. The preparation of this paper is based in-part on the author’s land tenure project, policy and research experience in conflict and post-conflict settings, particularly in Somalia, Mozambique, East Timor, Uganda, and Ethiopia, complemented by additional land tenure work in Zambia, Madagascar, Saudi Arabia, and Peru.
|Unruh J. and Turray H. (2006). Land tenure, food security and investment in postwar Sierra Leone. FAO LSP WP 22. Access to Natural Resources Sub-Programme.
Recommendations are then suggested, followed by areas for future research.