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Environment and Social Framework (ESF) : ESF Guidance Note 5 Land Acquisition Restrictions on Land Use and Involuntary Resettlement - English (Inglês)

ESS5 recognizes that project-related land acquisition and restrictions on land use can have adverse impacts on communities and persons. Project-related land acquisition or restrictions on land use may cause physical displacement (relocation, loss of residential land or loss of shelter), economic displacement (loss of land, assets or access to assets, leading to loss of income sources or other means of livelihood), or both. The term “involuntary resettlement” refers to these impacts. Resettlement is considered involuntary when affected persons or communities do not have the right to refuse land acquisition or restrictions on land use that result in displacement.


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    ESF Guidance Note 5 Land Acquisition Restrictions on Land Use and Involuntary Resettlement - English

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