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Scientific paper - "The politics of customary land rights transformation in peri-urban Ghana: Powers of exclusion in the era of land commodification"

Scientific paper - "The politics of customary land rights transformation in peri-urban Ghana: Powers of exclusion in the era of land commodification"
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Hub Rural , Millicent Awialie Akaateba 10 September 2020

Thèmes :

Highlights :

• Customary land tenure is evolving from a negotiable to an exclusionary system.
• Rapid urbanisation and land commodification are transforming customary land rights.
• Customary custodians are re-interpreting usufructuary rights into permissive rights.
• Customary authority, formal planning and the market constitute exclusionary weapons.
• The flexibility of customary tenure can be manipulated to benefit the powerful. »

Read the full article : here

Read also an article from the Grain de sel n°78 : ["Land use planning and agricultural development in rural Ghana" ->http://www.inter-reseaux.org/Flipbook/Gds78-EN/#page/14-15


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