carries with it the potential for long-term economic growth, as it has historically been a precursor to greater stability and development.
However, it encourages governments not to give into what Etchegaray termed "the original sin" of land reform
-- thinking that simply redistributing land would bring about justice.
The author effectively weaves together historical, economic, political, policy, social, cultural, and security perspectives into his evaluation of the age-old issue of land reform
in the Philippines.
South Africa is guided by the Constitution on Land Reform
process, Minister Sisulu.
With these two decrees, the government set into motion the massive overhaul of the system of landownership in the Philippines and, at last, land reform
ceased to be an unrealized dream in our society.
As Scotland celebrates the 15th anniversary of the Land Reform
Act, new figures show huge demand for developing the nation's path network.
One of the topics that Scheidel discussed lengthily was land reform
Duterte also said the only way to nip rural poverty in the bud is through land reform
and distributing more lands to farmers.
Even 23 years after the end of apartheid in South Africa, the land reform
question--a key pillar of the ANC's political manifesto --keeps getting kicked into the long grass, perhaps because it is a complex issue.
At least 1,000 white farmers in Zimbabwe were facing poverty as a result of the country's land reform
program, All Africa News (http://allafrica.
The document arguably became the template for the mass mobilization and land reform
campaign undertaken by the Vietnamese Workers' Party (VWP, Dang Lao Dong Viet Nam) between 1953 and 1956.
Gugile Nkwinti, the minister of rural development and land reform
, revealed his plan to revise land ownership across the country targeting farms that are largely still in white ownership, 22 years after the end of apartheid.