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Training Material

  • Moyo, S. (2007), Designing and implementing Redistributive land reform: the southern African experience. Paper presented at a WB/SADC/SARPN Regional course on land redistribution workshop. 12 July 2007.
  • 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.
  • Murisa, T (2007), Introduction to Social Policy Analysis- Prepared for the NANGO(ZW) course on Policy Analysis
  • Murisa., T, (2007),Guidelines to writing a Policy Issue Paper- Prepared for the NANGO (ZW) course on Policy Analysis
  • Murisa, T., (2007), Towards benchmarks in measuring the success of land reforms- Module prepared for the World Bank Short Course on Land Reforms in Africa
  • Murisa, T., (2007) Needs and Prospects for Land Reform- Module prepared for the World Bank Course on Land Reforms in Africa
  • Murisa, T. (2007), Development Theories, Strategies and Issues; Module prepared for the CPIA Regional Youth Training in Peace Building in Africa
  • Murisa, T. (2007,)The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach and Relevance for Rural Development;  Module prepared for the SMAIAS short course on Land and Agrarian Policy Analysis
  • Murisa, T., (2007), Approaches to Analysing the Land Reform Institutional Framework; Module prepared for the SMAIAS short course on Land and Agrarian Policy Analysis

 

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