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Occasional Research Papers

  • Ruswa Goodhope, (2007), The Golden Era? Reflections of the First Phase of Land Reform in Zimbabwe. Occasional Research Paper Series No. 1/2007.SMAIAS, Harare.
  • Chimhini S.B.,(2007), Rethinking International Obligations. Occasional Research Paper Series No. 3/2007.SMAIAS, Harare.
  • Chambati Walter and Moyo Sam, (2007), Land Reform and the Political Economy of Agricultural Labour in Zimbabwe. Occasional Research Paper Series No. 4/2007.SMAIAS, Harare.
  • Kaulem Judith, (2007), Land Reforms, Food Security, Sustainable Livelihoods and Poverty Reduction in Zimbabwe. SMAIAS, Harare
  • Hanyani-Mlambo, B.T., (2006), Agricultural Extension and Farmer Support Networks:  Critical Analysis of Zimbabwe’s Post-Land Reform Scenario. SMAIAS, Harare
  • Moyo S., Murisa T,. Jowah E. and Vela G.C., (2006), The Urban Land and Housing Question: Social Reproduction and Order (The Context and Implications of ‘Operation Restore Order’) SMAIAS, Harare
  • Muzvimavi D., (2004) Water Resources and Irrigation. SMAIAS, Harare
  • Mushayavanhu D., (2004), Wildlife and Tourism in the Context of Agrarian Reform Programme in Zimbabwe. SMAIAS, Harare
  • Moyo S. and Matondi P., (2004) Trajectory of Zimbabwe’s Land Question: Problems, Prospects and Challenges. SMAIAS, Harare
  • Moyo S. and Matondi P. Market-Led Land Reform in Zimbabwe: Lessons and Experiences. SMAIAS, Harare

 

AIAS OVERVIEW
AIAS is a regional organisation that seeks to influence land and agrarian reform policies through multidisciplinary social science research, policy dialogues, training, networking and information dissemination