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Role of social movements and civil society organisations in rural transformations

  • Helliker, K.; Murisa T. (Eds.) (2011): Land Struggles and Civil Society in Southern Africa. New Jersey: Africa World Press.
  • Moyo, S.; Yeros, P. (Eds.) (2011): Reclaiming the Nation. The Return of the National Question in Africa, Asia and Latin America. New York: Pluto Press.
  • Murisa, T. (2010): An Analysis of Emerging Forms of Social Organisation and Agency in the Aftermath of ‘fast track’ Land Reform in Zimbabwe. PhD Dissertation, Rhodes University.
  • Moyo S., Helliker K.; Murisa T. (2008): Contested Terrain: Land Reform and Civil Society in Contemporary Zimbabwe. Pietermaritzburg: Nutrend.
  • Moyo, S. (2007): History and role of social movements. Paper presented at a WB/SADC/SARPN Regional course on land redistribution workshop, 12 July 2007.
  • Moyo, S. (2007): Civil Society and Land (Tenure) Reform in Africa. Paper presented at an International Land Coalition and Strategic Planning Workshop; held in Nairobi, Kenya, 29 October- 1 November 2007.
  • Moyo, S.; Hall, R. (2007):  Conflict and Land Reform in Southern Africa: How exceptional is South Africa? In: Adebayo A.; Landsberg, C. (Eds.): South Africa in Africa: The Post Apartheid Era. UKZN Press.
  • Moyo, S. (2006): Land policy, poverty reduction and public action in Zimbabwe. In: Haroon Akram-Lodhi, A.; Saturnino, M.; Borras, J.; Cristobal, K. (Eds.): Land, Poverty and Livelihoods in an Era of Globalization: Perspective from Developing and Transition Countries. Routledge: ISS Studies in Rural Livelihoods.
  • Moyo, S. (2006): Civil Society, Social Movements and Land Reform. Paper presented at an ISS Conference on “Market-oriented Changes in Land Policies in Developing and Transition Countries: Understanding the varied views and reactions ‘from below’”; held in The Hague, Netherlands, 12-14 January 2006.
  • Moyo, S. (2006): Land Policy, Poverty Reduction and Public Action in Zimbabwe. Paper presented at SARPN/World Bank Institute training on Land Redistribution in Africa: Learning for Experience; held in Pretoria, South Africa, 13-17 March 2006.
  • Moyo, S. (2006): Land redistribution and public action in Zimbabwe. Paper prepared for and presented at a Montpellier symposium on “A Frontier of Land Issues: Social Embededness of rights and public policy”; held in Montpellier, France, 17-19 May 2006.
  • Yeros, P. (2006): The Zimbabwe Question: Contradictions of Neo-Colonialism. UNISA Press.
  • Moyo, S.; Yeros P. (2005): Reclaiming the Land: The Resurgence of Rural Movements in Africa, Asia and Latin America. London: Zed Books.
  • Moyo, S. (2005): The Land Question and the Peasantry. In: Boron, A.L.; Lechini, G. (2005): Politics and Social Movements in a Hegemonic World: Lessons from Africa, Asia and Latin America. CLACSO Books.
  • Moyo, S.; Yeros, P. (2005): Land Occupations and Land Reform in Zimbabwe: Towards the National Democratic Revolution. In: Moyo, S.; Yeros, P. (Eds.): Reclaiming the Land: The Resurgence of Rural Movements in Africa, Asia and Latin America. London.
  • Moyo, S.; Yeros, P. (2005): The Resurgence of Rural Movements under Neoliberalism. In: Moyo, S.; Yeros, P. (Eds.): Reclaiming the Land: The Resurgence of Rural Movements in Africa, Asia and Latin America. London:  Zed Books.
  • Matshe, I. (2004): Agrarian Policy Research and Dialogue Activities for Agricultural Revival and Conflict Resolution. In: The Overall Macroeconomic Environment and Agrarian. Harare: SMAIAS Research Monograph.
  • Moyo, S. (2004): Land Movements and the Democratization Process in Zimbabwe Contradictions of Neo-Liberalism. In: Masiiwa, M. (Ed.) (2004): Post Independence Land Reform in Zimbabwe: Controversies and Impacts on the Economy.
  • Moyo S.; Sunga I. (2004): Institutional Coordination Framework for the Land Reform and Resettlement Programme. In: Agrarian Policy Research and Dialogue Activities for Agricultural Revival and Conflict Resolution. Harare: SMAIAS Research Monograph.

 

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