New niches of community rights to forests in Cameroon : tenure reform, decentralization category or something else?

Abstract: This essay interrogates the nature of ongoing change in the structure of community rights in Cameroon: is it tenure change or decentralization? In reality, it is neither a strict decentralization process nor a strict tenure reform, but a mixture of devolution and delegation of powers.

Author(s): Oyono, Phil René

Source(s): , International journal of social forestry (IJSF); vol. 2, no. 1 p. 1-23, ill., map International journal of social forestry (IJSF) vol. 2, no. 1

Published: 2009 Mulawarman university. Center for social forestry], [Samarinda (English

ISBN/ISSN: /1979-2611

Link: http://www.ijsf.org/dat/art/vol02/ijsf_vol2_no1_01_oyono_community_rights_cameroon.pdf

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