Similarity index: Making the strategic Plan Work in Local Government: a Case Study of Strategic Plan Implementation in Yogyakarta Special Province (YSP)
Purnomo, Eko Priyo
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The aim of this article is to introduce the factors of agrarian conflict and resolution practices in Central Borneo Province. Central Borneo is the highest of agrarian conflict sectors with 87% oil palm plantation owned by the company, and smallholder’s only 13% of oil palm plantation belonging to independent smallholders. Conflict over the land and natural resources issues are often found among various factors and involved diverse parties. It could include members of households, families, ethnic groups, governments, and the agencies or other actors such as investors or corporations. Agrarian conflicts in general caused by two things. Firstly, the inequality of land tenure. Secondly, the countries and corporations that have control over the land that is dominant rather than the control of society in rural areas who lives in under poverty line. Therefore, the hypothesis is discussed by requires balancing between access to use forest and sustainability ways. Imbalance of planting oil palm industry has resulted in the degradation of forest and environment. Furthermore, this study will use the term of “best practice” in analyzing dispute and conflict resolution of oil palm plantation in a sustainable way. In one hand, oil palm plantation to increase the productivity, on the other hand decreasing dispute on the local community and company in Central Borneo. The analysis will significantly contribute to the development of conflict resolution practices on the governmental studies, particularly on dealing conflict natural resource of oil palm plantation. The methodology of this research uses qualitative method with the explanatory approach. Data collection technique used in term of library research by collecting data from the books, academic journal, article and other sources that relevant with this research.