Resource Rights in Transition: Rights Disruption, Reemergence, and their Importance for Sustainable Livelihoods and Natural Resource Management


The disruption of land rights, and in particular tenure security, has implications for natural resource management, use, and governance. This document brings the Nature, Wealth and Power (NWP) framework and the Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA) to bear on situations of disrupted land and property rights and the implications for natural resource management in post-conflict settings. The document presents case studies from Mozambique and Zambia.

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