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Cambodia Country Brochure

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ILC
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Cambodia

Over the last few decades, fundamental issues have emerged as a result of the weak enforcement of land laws and the ways in which these laws are implemented. As a result, land conflicts have escalated across the country. For example, Cambodian peasants occupy only about 3 million hectares of arable land, while more than 4 million hectares (or 73%) are controlled by companies and a small group of people in the form of concessions.

Democratizing Governance on Land towards Enhanced Access of the Poor to Land and Common Property Resources: A review and perspective of issues discussed

Friday, 5th October 2012
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2012 Asia Land Forum Addresses Barriers to Land Governance

Friday, 5th October 2012

Human Rights Undermined By Concessions and Widespread Corruption

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Land Governance within the Cambodian Context: opportunities and Challenges for Enhancing the Poor´s Access to Land and Common Property Resources

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Indigenous People and Land and Natural Resources Management Rights

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2012 Asia Land Forum

Thursday, 27th September 2012

Democratizing Governance on Land - Enhanced Access of the Poor to Land and Common Property Resources

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Statement in response to killing of Chut Wutty

Friday, 27th April 2012
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Forest Lives

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