Part 1 in SRA’s Series on Land Access and Resettlement provides an introduction to the series and the Land Access & Resettlement Project Framework

Many projects, be they natural resource projects, major infrastructure projects, agribusiness, or environmental protection, can have considerable impacts on local communities, chiefly due to the need to acquire or protect large areas of land.

When resettlement is unavoidable it must be carefully and systematically planned from an early stage, and undertaken with the informed and active participation of displaced persons and other relevant stakeholders…

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