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Políticas públicas para as agriculturas familiares: existe um modelo latino-americano?

Abstract : Family farming is a form of agricultural activity widely represented in Latin America (Malleta, 2011; Schneider, 2013). The Cepal ‑ FAO ‑ IICA report (2013) estimates that land in the family farming sector in Latin America and the Caribbean corresponds to around 17 million productive units, comprising a population of 60 million people. Family farming represents close to 75% of the total production units, and even more than 90% in certain countries. This text questions the hypothesis of the existence of a Latin American model of public policies in favor of family farming and examines some modalities of its regional dissemination. It starts with three questions: what are the origins and causes of the adoption of these policies? What do they have in common? And what are your main challenges for the future of family farming in Latin America?
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Eric Sabourin, Mario Samper, Gilles Massardier. Políticas públicas para as agriculturas familiares: existe um modelo latino-americano?. Grisa, Catia; Schneider, Sergio. Políticas públicas de desenvolvimento rural no Brasil, UFRGS, pp.595-616, 2015, 978-85-386-0262-0. ⟨hal-02822664⟩



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