Land Disputes in Cambodia

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Statistical Analysis on Land Disputes in Cambodia, 2010

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Statistical Analysis on Land Dispute Occurring in Cambodia, 2010

Published by: Research and Information Centre (RIC)
Mapping designed by: Mr. HOK Menghoin
Layout designed by: Mr. PHOURN Yu

The NGO Forum on Cambodia
Address: #9-11 Street 476 Sangkat Toul Tom Pong I, Khan Chamkar Morn, Phnom Penh City, Cambodia.
P.O Box: 2295 Phnom Penh-3
Tel: (855-23) 214 429
Fax: (855-23) 994 063
E-mail: ngoforum@ngoforum.org.kh
Website: www.ngoforum.org.kh

© The NGO Forum on Cambodia

Acknowledgement

The NGO Forum on Cambodia would like to thank all individuals and organizations who assisted the Research & Information Centre (RIC) team in compiling the data presented within this report. In particular, special thanks should be given to: Adhoc, Licadho, Vigilance, DND-KNAN, KKKHRDA, CLEC, PLK, LAND network members, and all provincial government authorities who assisted with data validation while in the field. RIC would also like to thank Oxfam GB for providing the original database of LD cases and other documents supporting this process. We are also grateful to organizations and community representatives offering their time, in meeting with us to share their information. This report would not have been possible without your help.

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Statistical Analysis on Land Disputes in Cambodia, 2010

Contents

Acronym.................................................................................................................... III Definition of Terms ................................................................................................... IV I.

Introduction ........................................................................................................ 1

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Purpose of the report ...................................................................................... 1

III.

Methodology .................................................................................................. 2

IV.

Results of Data Analysis ................................................................................ 2

1.

Land Disputes Distribution ............................................................................ 2

2.

Land Disputes Attribution.............................................................................. 3 -

Reasons toward land acquisition .......................................................... 5

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Actors and means involved in Land Disputes ....................................... 5

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ELCs cause Land Disputes.................................................................... 6

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Land Disputes and Forced Eviction
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Types of Land Disputes ........................................................................ 4

Means lead to forced eviction .............................................................. 7

Land Distributes Resolution ......................................................................... 8 -

Resolution Process ................................................................................ 8

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Authorities and Mechanisms related to a resolution process................ 9

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Resolution related to forced eviction ................................................... 10

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Support Documents .............................................................................. 10

V.

Institutions received complains ............................................................ 8

Land Occupation over the time of the Land Disputes .......................... 11

Conclusion...
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