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Spirit Forestland, Customary Law and Indigenous Ethnic Minority Communities in Vietnam
Author: Dam Trong Tuan, Keith Barber
Publication Date: 12/2015
Pages: 452
Publisher: KNOWLEDGE PUBLISHING HOUSE
Keywords: Community spirit forest land, customary law, land rights, community forest, livelihood sovereignty, forest land allocation, land use planning, local knowledge
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This book brings together in one collection a selection of writings expressing the views and methodological approaches of the Social Policy Ecology Research Institute (SPERI) and its Livelihood Sovereignty Alliance partners - Consultancy on Development (CODE) and Culture Identity and Resources Use Management (CIRUM) - on spirit forestland, customary law and indigenous ethnic minority communities in Vietnam since 1995. The articles collected here are edited versions of articles published elsewhere as research reports or academic theses written by Livelihood Sovereignty Alliance staff. Contact us for hard copies. 
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