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  2. Sylvia Kay

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    Sylvia Kay is a political scientist with an MSc. in Global Politics from the London School of Economics and Social Science (LSE). She joined TNI in 2011 as a researcher working on issues around land tenure, natural resource governance, and agricultural investment. She has written various studies and policy briefs for TNI on land and water grabbing, the role of public policy in rural development...

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    Making Land Rights Accessible:

    Jennifer Franco
    01 April 2006
    Article
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    Confrontation in Bolivia over Agrarian Reform

    Roger Burbach
    05 December 2006
    Article
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    Dominant tendencies of our days. Is our time running out?

    Edgardo Lander
    01 January 2007
    Article
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    Stemming the tide

    Dale Jiajun Wen
    01 March 2007
    Article
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    Landless Rural Workers Confront Brazil’s Lula

    Isabella Kenfield
    18 June 2007
    Article
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    Corporate murder in Brazil

    Roger Burbach, Isabella Kenfield
    30 October 2007
    Article
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    Mexico's right-to-know reforms

    05 November 2007
    Article
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    Anti-poverty or Anti-poor?

    Jennifer Franco, Jun Borras, Danilo Carranza
    08 November 2007
    Article
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    Market-led agrarian reform

    Edward Lahiff, Jun Borras, Cristobal Kay
    08 November 2007
    Article
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    Transnational Agrarian Movements:

    Jun Borras, Marc Edelman, Cristobal Kay
    15 May 2008
    Article
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    La Vía Campesina and its Global Campaign for Agrarian Reform

    Jun Borras
    15 May 2008
    Article
    Vía Campesina’s ‘Global Campaign for Agrarian Reform’ has made a significant impact (inter)nationally in reshaping the terms of the land reform debates, but its impact on other land policy dynamics has been marginal.
     
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    How to manufacture a global food crisis: lessons from the World Bank, IMF, and WTO

    Walden Bello
    16 May 2008
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    The global rise in food prices is not only a consequence of using food crops to produce biofuels, but of the "free trade" policies promoted by international financial institutions. Now peasant organisations are leading the opposition to a capitalist industrial agriculture.
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    Now is the Time for Food Sovereignty

    Forum Terra Preta
    04 June 2008
    Article
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    Competing views and strategies on agrarian reform

    • Jun Borras
    25 June 2008
    Book
    A detailed examination of the Philippine agrarian reform experience drawing lessons that are relevant to theory-building and to policy discourse and political actions in situations elsewhere.
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    The rise of food fascism

    Roger Burbach
    30 June 2008
    Article
  19. The FAO and its work on land policy and agrarian reform

    • Sofia Monsalve Suárez
    02 September 2008
    Book

    The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has a long history of work in the field of land policy and agrarian reform, playing a lead role in international co-operation from its founding up until the 1970s. From the 1990s on, the initiative in the design and development of land policies and agrarian reform has been taken up by the World Bank, with the FAO generally following its policies.

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    World Bank should not be solving food crisis

    John Cavanagh, Robin Broad
    14 October 2008
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    The World Bank should not be in charge of solving the global food crisis. Its record should disqualify it from playing a leading role.

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