What Future For Reform? Progress and slowdown in forest tenure reform since 2002.
The Rights and Resources Initiative is pleased to announce the release of its latest report, What Future For Reform? Progress and slowdown in forest tenure reform since 2002.
The report — the third in a series of analyses tracking the transition in statutory forest tenure since 2002 — finds that not only has the recognition of local land rights slowed considerably since 2008, but the few land tenure laws that have been passed in the last six years are weaker and recognize fewer rights.
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