Many thanks to the many readers, commenters and, most important of all, guest post contributors, who have helped TN grow up over a very short period from a mid-winter whim to a going concern. Especially given the somewhat short of mass market appeal of a blog like this, its been fun to see it take on a life of its own, and I hope next year will bring even more exciting developments. I plan to do a first birthday review in February, but can report that TN has received over 10,000 hits in its first ten months, signalling a relatively small but devoted audience, by blogosphere standards. Lots of good stuff in the pipeline for early 2011 and I am always interested in more, so please be in touch with comments, pitches for guest-posts or just holiday greetings!
A blog on:
-housing, land and property (HLP) issues
-human rights law and humanitarian policy
-transitional justice and rule of law
-early recovery and development
-self-determination and minority rights.
Open and notorious since February 2010.
Suggested citation: Author's Name, "Name of Post", TerraNullius Weblog (posted on [date]), available at [URL], accessed on [date].
Antipodean caveat: The author does not condone imperialist land-grabbing under cover of obscure latin phrases.
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- Land issues at the core of ethnic violence and internal displacement in north-east India
- The African Commission "Endorois Case" - Toward a Global Doctrine of Customary Tenure?
- Housing, land and property issues central to new Durable Solutions Framework for IDPs
- The Body Shop drops Colombian palm oil supplier for alleged land grabbing
- The fog of war crimes prosecution - the ICTY Appeals Chamber acquits Perišić
- Forced urbanization in China moves from practice to policy
- Upcoming guest postings by the Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement
- FAO Voluntary Guidelines on land, fisheries and forestry governance near approval