SOLUTIONS FOR MANAGEMENT OF LAND-RELATED SOCIAL CONFLICTS IN SOME NORTHWESTERN PROVINCES

Hoàng Việt Anh, Nguyễn Thị Kim Hoa, Phí Hùng Cường

Abstract


Managing and settling social conflicts over land is one of the important tasks of society to maintain political stability and achieve socio-economic development goals. Among the political and social hotspots in Vietnam today, nearly 70% of the hot spots are caused mainly by conflicts related to land.

The Northwest region is an important area with strategic significance in the country's economic, social, security and defense development. Over the past years, in some Northwest provinces, there has been a land-related social conflict, lasting for many years, causing difficulties for residential life and the management of all levels of government. Issues include the social management capacity of the management system, the legal framework for land management, and land use rights; People's awareness, land appropriation, abuse,... requires leadership at all levels to consider land-related social conflicts in new approaches for land-related social conflict management solutions, implementing mechanisms and issuing appropriate interregional policies, in order to reach the highest efficiency.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.25073/0866-773X/459

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