1. Land sovereignty is the right of working peoples to have effective access to, use of, and control over land and the benefits of its use and occupation, where land is understood as resource, territory, and landscape. 2. Land sovereignty is both a call to action against a renewed corporate and (trans)national global push to enclose the commons and an assertion of the need for a people’s enclosure of the land; supporting working peoples and their human right to control over land. ...

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Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/38546
Series ISS Staff Group 4: Rural Development, Environment and Population
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Borras, S.M, jr., & Franco, J.C. (2012). A ‘Land Sovereignty’ Alternative? Towards a Peoples’ Counter-Enclosure. ISS Staff Group 4: Rural Development, Environment and Population. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/38546