KONFLIK AGRARIA, PEREMPUAN DAN KEMISKINAN DI DESA
This article examines the agrarian conflict which caused the misery of farming families, particularly women in developing a livelihood in the village. Agrarian conflicts, as a result of customary land conversion to state land (negaranisasi tanah adat), should be solvable through the agrarian reform policies which is supported by the political momentum of decentralization and the issuance of the Village Act which gives village more opportunities to regain control of land assets. However, the practice in East Lombok showed that local government tends to give land occupation permits to private investors rather than implement agrarian reform policy that gives more justice to develop a more independent and prosperous. rural economy.
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