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01-13: Can Modern Tools Help Protect Tribal Lands?
8:30am - 10:00am
Session Chair: Caleb Stevens, USAID, United States of America
ID: 155 / 01-13: 1 Individual Papers Oral Presentation Topics: Securing land rights for equity, sustainability and resilience Keywords: Indigenous peoples, land tenure system, pastoralists, forest policy, tribal India
Indigenous Peoples and Fragmented Landscapes: Empirical Evidence from 22 Tribal Groups in India
Visiting Scholar, Wageningen University
ID: 679 / 01-13: 3 Individual Papers Either of these formats Topics: Securing land rights for equity, sustainability and resilience Keywords: indigenous people, tribal, land rights, India, agricultural productivity
Impact of land rights and titles on agriculture in tribal villages in India
Anugu Amarender Reddy1, Radhika Rani2, Tim Cadman3
1Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, India; 2National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (NIRD & PR), India; 3Griffith University, Australia
ID: 270 / 01-13: 4 Individual Papers Oral Presentation Topics: Securing land rights for equity, sustainability and resilience Keywords: Brazil, Traditional Peoples and Communities, “Quilombolas”, Brazilian Forest Code, environmental registry “CAR – cadastro ambiental rural”, Traditional Land Tenure.
“The Rural Environmental Registry (CAR) - an Opportunity for Integrated Environmental Land Management for Traditional Peoples and Communities in Brazil?"
1GIZ (German Development Cooperation), Brazil; 2Ministry of Environment, Brazilian Forest Service, Brazil; 3Ministry of Environment, Secretariat for Extractivism and Rural Development, Brazil; 4University of Brasilia, Brazil
ID: 163 / 01-13: 5 Individual Papers Oral Presentation Topics: Academic research on land governance / rigorous impact evaluations Keywords: indigenous peoples; land tenure; compensation; expropriation; land governance
Avoiding the Worst-Case Scenario: Whether Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Africa and Asia are Vulnerable to Expropriation without Compensation