Monitoring tenure security within the continuum of land rights : methods and practices : paper

Abstract: The article presents a methodology for operationalizing the concept of a continuum of tenure security. Three levels are distinguished: individual or household, community or settlement, and legal and policy. It shows there is more than one route to achieving tenure security.

Author(s): Sietchiping, Remy

Source(s): , 19 p., ill.

Published: 2012 [United nations human settlements programme] (UN-HABITAT), Nairobi (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://landandpoverty.com/agenda/pdfs/paper/sietchiping_full_paper.pdf

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