Ensuring equitable distribution of land in Ghana : spirituality or policy? : a case study from the forest-savanna agroecological zone of Ghana

Abstract: The question of equitable distribution of land in forest-savannah zone of Ghana was investigated with a focus on the dichotomy of policy versus indigenous spirituality. The effectiveness of past land registration attempts is also examined. Generally, religio-cultural aspects must be factored in.

Author(s): Awuah-Nyamekye, Samuel; Sarfo-Mensah, Paul

Source(s): , The International indigenous policy journal. Volume 2: Issue 4: Traditional knowledge, spirituality and lands; Art. 9 18 p., ill., map The International indigenous policy journal. Volume 2: Issue 4: Traditional knowledge, spirituality and lands Art. 9

Published: 2011 University of Western Ontario]. Scholarship@Western, [London (English

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Link: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1030&context=iipj

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