||This paper pursues two objectives: 1) outline a basic analytical framework that would help assess the potential conflict impact of programs and measures currently being implemented or planned and 2) identify lessons learned about links between land policy and violence. It was made for the Regional Workshop on Land Issues in Latin America and The Caribbean Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico May 19-22, 2002.
Key words: land dispute, conflictos de tierras, access to land, acceso a la tierra, security of tenure, seguridad en la tenencia, Colombia, Guatemala, Méjico, 19-22 de mayo de 2002, Taller Regional sobre Asuntos de la Tierra en América Latina y el Caribe, Pachuca, México, Regional Workshop on Land Issues in Latin America and The Caribbean, Pachuca, Mexico: May 19-22, 2002
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