A graduate of l’Université Joseph Fourier, Elizabeth concentrates her groundwork analyses on themes relating to climate-induced migration, environmental conflict, access to secure land tenure and resource rights, repatriation and protracted population displacement, with a focus on countries delineating the Sahel region. Part of the Practices of Land Titling in Cities in Development: Mauritania, India and Ethiopia project team - conducted within the scope of the Property in Moslem Transitional Environments (PROMETEE) programme led by the French National Research Agency (ANR) - Elizabeth is currently mapping the socio-economic impacts of land titling practices on resettled slum dwellers in Nouakchott, Mauritania.
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Land, informality and notions of secure tenure – perceptions from Nouakchott, Mauritania
The eccentric West African metropolis, Nouakchott today finds itself torn between prospects of an exemplary model of urban progress and the deeply rooted forces of precariousness and informality.
References: Land, informality and notions of secure tenure – perceptions from Nouakchott, Mauritania
References: The repatration et reintegration of Mauritanian refugees from Senegal
References: The sustainable livelihoods approach as a transformation tool for the Western Sahara conflict
The repatriation and reintegration of Mauritanian refugees from Senegal: entry-points for conflict transformation A case study analysis
The sustainable livelihoods approach as a transformation tool for the Western Sahara conflict
This paper presents a new take on the transformation of this frozen conflict, suggesting ideas on how a case-specific implementation of the livelihoods approach can act as a viable strategy for solving a forgotten refugee crisis.