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“Ethiopia’s land policy is often described as an ideological battlefield where there is conflict over efficiency and fairness,” says postdoctoral researcher Gutu Wauessa. Wayessa investigates land governance and local livelihoods in Oromia, Ethiopia, from a political-ecological and environmental justice perspectives.
Land deals in Ethiopia are socially unfair and cause environmental injustice | University of Helsinki www.helsinki.fi

Through forced relocations and the loss of livelihoods, local residents lose in land deals.