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'Hồn nhiên, lãng mạn, bản lĩnh, bao dung và khát khao tự do là vốn trời cho. Nếu ta giá trị được món quá ban tặng đó của Ông Trời như phụng dưỡng mẹ cha ta, ta sẽ có được tự do của chính ta. Doanh nhân Cộng đồng luôn âm thầm thờ phụng món quà tự do của ông Trời ban tặng đó ở các cánh rừng già tưởng là giản đơn mà sâu lắng đến ngỡ ngàng' Trần thị Lành 2015!
Livelihood Sovereignty
Livelihood Sovereignty
Livelihood Sovereignty is ‘a holistic ethical alternative solution’ which consists of five inter-relative rights, including: 1) The right to land, forest and water, clean air and natural landscape (basic); 2) The right to maintain one’s own religion (unique); 3) The right to live according to one’s own way of life and values of happiness and wellbeing within one’s own natural environment (practice); 4)The right to operate according to one’s own knowledge and decide what to plant, initiate, create and invent on one’s own land (holistic); and 5) The right to co-manage or co-govern natural resources with neighboring communities and local authorities (strategic). It needs to be daily exercised, voluntarily and legally, at individual, communal, national and international levels in order to consolidate the sharing of the responsibility towards all living things, for today as well as for the generations of tomorrow. With the achievement of Livelihood Sovereignty, all organisms, human and non-human, will be living in harmony with each other, enjoying happiness and wellbeing, in interdependent self-determination’.

Tran thi Lanh (1989-1999-2009)

How Acacia mono-plantations kill the soil (08/05/2019)

The natural forest/vegetation is slashed and burned in a large area before planting the Acacia, leading to a loss of the top soil that contains all essential nutrients and micro-organisms when seasonal heavy rain and strong wind occur. ...

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Conflict resolutions in land allocation process - The case of the Ka Dong ethnic group in Dak Nen commune, Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province, Vietnam (04/04/2019)

In 1999, the Government of Vietnam enacted Decree 163/CP aiming at promoting effective use of forestry land by granting long-term land certificates to organizations, households, individuals. ...

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Community-based resolution of inadequacies and conflicts in the forest and land allocation in Dak Nen commune, Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province (2017-2018) (20/03/2019)

Dak Nen commune is located in the north west of Kon Plong district, 75 km away from the district centre. Dak Nen has borders with Kon Tum, Quang Nam and Quang Ngai provinces ...

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Local Knowledge is a cross cuting Inter-dependent between Community Ownership of Sacred Forest, Local Seed Variety and Agroecology (11/02/2019)

Community ownership of sacred forest land and traditional watershed is the crucial, fundamental, foundational cross-cutting principle in order to balance local knowledge and local seed varieties to sustain agroecology.
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Rights of Peasants according to Livelihood Sovereignty (LISO) (23/01/2019)

The Human Rights Council of the United Nations mandated an Advisory Committee to undertake a preliminary study on ways and means to further advance the rights of people working in rural areas, in particular smallholders engaged in the production of food ...

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