Market-led agrarian reform

08 November 2007
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The policies of market-led agrarian reform are incapable of challenging the political and economic power of large landowners and are unlikely to meet the land needs of the rural poor and landless. The future of agrarian reform lies not in a return to the top-down, statist models of the past, but in new forms of partnerships between progressive political forces and peasant movements that go beyond the confines of the market to redistribute land and create sustainable livelihood opportunities for the rural poor and landless.

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