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Countries such as Brazil, Honduras, Nicaragua, South Africa and Zimbabwe, among many others, have introduced within the past two decades new legal regulations that acknowledge women as landholders and beneficiaries of land distribution programmes; however, the concrete impact of those programmes on women’s control over land and agricultural produce is not yet clear. Also, provisions to enforce the law can maintain gender bias, for example the one relating to institutions set up to adjudicate land disputes.

For example, the Marriage Act of recognized only monogamous marriages, but in practice the courts usually ignore these provisions when conflicts arise regarding family land distribution.

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Land titles and land regularization, in general, have been seen as a preamble to the development of land markets for agriculture. The purpose of this volume is to contribute jugen this debate, bringing together various papers, prepared with the contribution of different authors.

A number of countries over the past five decades have implemented land reform programmes, but no significant changes were introduced to the existing land tenure structure, and thus the social and power relations have remained very much the same in rural areas. By the late s, newly constituted magistrates ecoomia were supporting the subdivision of women’s plots of land to enable it to be shared among co-wives. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Please select Ok econommia you would like to proceed with this request anyway. More like this Similar Items. The name field is required. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. The first two articles present a glance at customary institutions in South-Saharan Africa, Senegal and Burkina Faso, which, as one of the authors points out, represent a daunting challenge ukczynski augmenting effectively social recognition of women’s land rights.


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Traditional social inequities and strong asymmetric power relations existing in most countries, together with a system of beliefs and social practices that discriminate against non-economic profitable activities permeate the current debate on gender equity on rights to land. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite kurgen private. Women’s bargaining position in rural societies is largely influenced by their role in agriculture and food security.

Our history, our future, Chapter 8, The other half of history: Many small farmers both men and women have tended to sell or have been deprived of their land; kuczynskl such cases it is generally women who tend to lose out, since most rural women did not hold title of the family land and could not therefore benefit from the sale of the family plots, or were left out of the titling process because they lacked documentation proving their ownership of the land they possessed.

Moreover, the introduction of new institutional arrangements for land has not guaranteed a better position for women in relation to land ownership, although legal regulations have been introduced that acknowledge their rights to own, lease or sell land properties.

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Write a review Rate this item: As will be discussed in the various studies, land continues to be highly concentrated in very few hands – and particularly in men’s hands.

Advanced Search Find a Library. The current economic trends toward market liberalization may once more jeopardize the rights of small farmers and specially women to own the land they may require for agriculture and the sustainable livelihood of their family.

In countries such as Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain, where agriculture is mainly based on capital-intensive technology with a high degree of mechanization, one would have expected that the modernization of agriculture would have been accompanied by improvements in land distribution and a significant increase in the number of women landholders; however, according to Eurostat data, [11] most land in the farming sector is owned by men, with less than 20 percent of agricultural land being held by women in most European countries.


WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. In fact, women’s contribution to agriculture goes back to the origins of farming and the domestication of animals when the first human settlements were established more than 6 years ago.

Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Although no specific data are available, it seems that land market operations in several countries have also tended to favour land concentration.

Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. In practice, the advancement of women’s position in the various economic sectors other than agriculture, and their increased representation in social and political positions, has done little to modify women’s position in agricultural land ownership and management in developed economies.

Land policy and the institutional arrangements that have been set up over the last 20 years for land tenure reform in most countries have mainly focused on the expansion, formalization and regularization of land market transactions; nevertheless, in many cases market forces have tended to swap the achievements of the few attempts for land redistribution and land reform programs from the s and s.

This phenomenon poses questions regarding the institutional and economic environment in which agricultural production continues to be developed without recognizing and addressing the power relations and customary practices that tend to exclude small farmers and women in particular. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you.

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