This brief draws on latest Future Agricultures research and examines changes in land use and land property relations associated with land grabbing and land reform in four cases across the continent. It asks: who wins, who loses and why, and what are the social, political and ecological drivers and consequences of these changes?
Future Agricultures Consortium. CAADP Policy Brief No. 1: Land and Livelihoods: Securing Broad-based Sustainable Growth. Future Agricultures Consortium, Brighton, UK (2011) 4 pp.