The following is a complete list of RRI publications.
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Land Rights Indicators in the Post-2015 SDGs: Recommendations for Inter-Agency Expert Group & Other Policymakers
March 13, 2015
As member states move towards the next inter-governmental negotiations, we propose two indicators that we believe are fundamental to achieving ‘the future we want’. We confirm that these indicators are meaningful, universal, and feasible, and that they capture fundamental realities affecting key stakeholders at the heart of the SDGs.
February 23, 2015
Today, Brazil is poised to reverse the considerable gains made between 1988 and 2008 in the land rights of Indigenous Peoples and other traditional communities. Such a reversal would have disastrous consequences for such communities in Brazil and elsewhere, and also for the globally important Amazonian forests. This paper looks at the historical development of land rights in Brazil and explains why Brazil is now at a critical turning point.
Read this report in Portuguese here.
Read this report in Spanish here.
Industrial Oil Palm Development: Liberia’s Path to Sustained Economic Development and Shared Prosperity? Lessons from the East
February 3, 2015
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to Liberia’s debate on economic policy, specifically, recent efforts around industrial-scale palm oil development against the context of the wider role of the rural sector in economic development.
January 29, 2015
RRI’s annual review of the global state of rights and resources