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土地問題国際学会@京大(5月30日)"Land Acquisition by Foreign Agribusiness in Mozambique-ProSAVANA"

自分でも理解しておくために・・・掲載しておきます。
が、大丈夫なんでしょうか・・・私。
頼まれたからとはいえ・・・あと一個あります。

国際学会(2013年5月30日ー31日)@京都大学
"Legal and Development Implications of International Land Acquisitions"
http://www.lawanddevelopment2013.org/
京大Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies
http://www.ges.kyoto-u.ac.jp/cyp/index.php?ml_lang=en
マンチェスター大学Law and Development Instituteとの共催です。
http://www.lawanddevelopment.net/

■プログラム
http://www.lawanddevelopment2013.org/index.php/program
アフリカにおける土地争奪問題の専門家が基調講演するほか、世界中の土地争奪問題が議論されます。

■基調講演
"The Law and Land Grabbing - Friend or Foe?"
by Liz Alden Wily, Independent Land Tenure Specialist, Nairobi, Kenya

■全体セッションⅡでプロサバンナを取り上げます。
“Competing Frameworks and Perspectives on Land Property and Land Markets”

1. "Indigenous People in Latin America and the Right to Non-Renewable Natural Resources: The Bolivian Case"
by Lorena Ossio Bustillos, Max-Planck-Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, Germany

2. "Land Acquisition by Foreign Agribusiness in Northern Mozambique through Triangular Cooperation with Japan and Brazil: An Analysis of Shifting Discourses"
by Sayaka Funada-Classen, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan

3. "Large-Scale Land Acquisition in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evaluating the Policy-Practice Divide"
by Laura German, University of Georgia, USA

■自分の要旨だけ掲載しておきます。
"Land Acquisition by Foreign Agribusiness in Northern Mozambique through Triangular Cooperation with Japan and Brazil: An Analysis of Shifting Discourses"
by Sayaka FUNADA CLASSEN

This presentation will examine the much debated characteristics and background of the “Triangular Cooperation for Agricultural Development of the Tropical Savannah in Mozambique”, the so-called “ProSAVANA” program, signed jointly by the governments of Japan, Brazil, and Mozambique in 2009. This programme has been criticized by local farmers’ and civil society organizations due to its possibility of land-grabbing by foreign investment and for the top-down process of project planning and implementation. This presentation seeks: (1) to analyse the discourse and the arguments observed in public documents and discussions of Japanese planners and promoters of the programme; (2) to examine – based on the voices of the local civil society – the social and cultural characteristics of Northern Mozambique and preceding cases of land grabbing observed in Brazil and other African countries; (3) to highlight the characteristics and the challenges concerning the present predominant discourse of development and assistance.
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by africa_class | 2013-04-27 21:15 | 【記録】講演・研究会・原稿
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