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Living in the Community - Why land tenure evidence is so important

I’ve dealt with land titling in various countries – the listing of what ownership or tenancy people have on documents like house deeds.  It was complicated even in countries that had very formal systems.  349 more words

Sierra Leone

Bye, bye!

These days it’s hard to get a remote job. Most employers out there deny the existence of an employer-employee relationship due to failure to meet formal requirements, which they hadn’t even required. 41 more words

Law

Living in the Community - Property Rights

All in all it was a big mix of land uses, and over the top of this, imaginary (or in some cases) real lines were drawn to delimit the property rights.  279 more words

Travel

Malaysian police chief to retire in September

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar is set to retire in September after more than four decades with the police force, he told reporters on Friday (Jun 16).   115 more words

Current Affairs

Tenure and permanence

Text by Lauri Laanisto

A few years ago Ülo Niinemets was elected as a member of Estonian Academy of Sciences. As he is one of the youngest member, he of course got quite a few assignments right away. 339 more words

Ülo Niinemets

What's the Deal with Service?

I am not teaching this summer.  You’d think that would mean time for research and maybe even some well deserved R&R.  But no.  I said yes to one too many committees.   940 more words

Nature Of Academia