IDSA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Land Tenure

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Idsa01 wednesday october 13th, 2010 week 5. It is a territory with which a particular people identify with: landscape valued for its natural resources. Having control and authority over land, meaning they control the people : people without land, are no people . Theories of building new infrastructure: roads, cities, dams, facilities. Land is great for wildlife, but the natives are killing it . Leads to migration, new authorities, land mines etc. When foreign corporations/gov"t buys or list land from poor countries. Land in poor countries are used to grow bio-fuels, not food for the poor people. People who lose land are poor, weak and most vulnerable. Land reform: redistribution of private or public lands for the benefit of those who deserve it or. Qualify : closely associated with struggle for social justice, aspects: Land redistribution (deal with inequality from rich to poor) Land restitution (land claims to prove that the land stolen was yours)

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