Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Thursday, 23/Mar/2017
09-01: Making Housing More Affordable and Resilient
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Anna Wellenstein, World Bank, United States of America

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From Supply-side to Demand-side Housing Subsidies in Argentina

Tomás Bibiloni

Ministry of the Interior, Public Works and Housing, Argentine Republic

From Conflict to Peace: Land and Housing Policies to Accompany the Peace Process in Colombia

Alejandro Quintero

Ministry of Housing / National Housing Fund, Colombia

From Opacity to Transparency: Rebuilding Trust in Housing Policies in Guatemala

Carlos Barillas

Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing, Guatemala

From Land Formalization to Affordable Housing: Redesigning Housing Policies in Peru

Carmen Cecilia Lecaros Vértiz

Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation, Peru

Land and Resilient Housing Challenges in Paraguay

Maria Soledad Nunez Méndez

National Secretariat of Housing and Habitat, Paraguay

Vivienda Adecuada y Asequible - Aprendizajes de la Política Habitacional Chilena

Victor Cardenas

Housing and Urbanization Services

Housing Challenges in Mexico

Jorge Wolpert

CONAVI, Mexico

Building Resilience: One House at a Time

Alison Gajadhar

Ministry for Economic Development, Housing, Urban Renewal, Transport and Civil Aviation, Saint Lucia

Concluding Remarks

Maximo Torrero

The World Bank, United States of America

09-02: Doing Business: Quality of Land Administration
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Sylvia Solf, World Bank, United States of America



Innovating Land Administration in Finland

Arvo Kokkonen

National Land Survey of Finland, Finland

Strengthening the Reliability of the Land Management System in Indonesia

Pelopor Yanto

National Land Agency of Republic of Indonesia, Indonesia

Improving Quality and Reliability of Land Records: Germany’s Experience

Nicola Maria Hoischen

Federal Chamber of German Civil Law Notaries, Germany

Realizing Land Administration Reforms in Punjab

Iqbal Muhammad Zafar

Punjab Land Records Authority, Pakistan

Improving Belarus’ Ranking in Doing Business’ ‘Registering Property’ Section: Experience and Broader Implications

Alesia Khadasevich

National Cadastral Agency, Belarus

09-03: Innovation Fair: Analyzing Land Data & Data Processing
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Christoph Aubrecht, European Space Agency (ESA) & The World Bank, United States of America



Better demographic data for improved planning and problem solving in South African cities

Sophie McManus1, Peter Magni2, Geci Karuri Sebina3, Matthew Adendorff4, Richard Gevers5

1: Open Data Durban, South Africa; 2: South African Cities Network; 3: South African Cities Network; 4: Open Data Durban, South Africa; 5: Open Data Durban, South Africa A Tool for Facilitating Land Contract Disclosure

Jesse Coleman, Kaitlin Cordes, Sam Szoke-Burke

Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, United States of America

Big Data Approaches to Market Analysis: SE Asian Palm Oil

Gabriel Thoumi. CFA. FRM

Climate Advisers, United States of America

Mapping Economic Indicators Using Commercial Satellite Imagery: A Case Study in Poverty Analysis of Sri Lanka to Explore Best Practices for Feature Extraction and Classification

Nick Hubing, Chris Lowe

LAND INFO Worldwide Mapping, LLC, United States of America

Software Comes and Goes, Data Stays Forever!

Arnulf Christl

Metaspatial, Germany

Combining GIS And Remote Sensing Data Using Open Source Software To Assess Natural Factors That Influence Poverty

Markus Neteler, Carmen Tawalika, Till Adams, Hinrich Paulsen

mundialis GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Walking Spatio-Temporal Datacubes - Seamlessly from Laptop to Cloud to Federations

Peter Baumann

Jacobs University, Germany

Innovative application of machine learning and AI using earth observation to provide dynamic data and actionable intelligence.

Conor Gerard Smyth, Alexis Smith Modelling Ltd, United Kingdom

High Accuracy, Low Cost Cadastral Mapping

Brent Jones

Esri, United States of America

Mapbox for Land

Mikel Maron

Mapbox, United States of America

09-04: Protecting Land and Associated Natural Resources
Location: J B1-080
Chair: Virgilio delos Reyes, Stanford Law School, United States of America

Mangrove Governance and Tenure: Insights for Policy and Practice from Selected Sites in Indonesia, Tanzania and a Global Review

Esther Mwangi1, Mani Ram Banjade2, Baruani Mshale1, Tuti Herawati2, Nining Liswanti2, Steven Lawry2

1: Center for International Forestry Research, Kenya; 2: Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia

Governance of the Land-Water Interface in Southeast Asia: A Policy Reform Agenda for 21st Century Challenges

Shivakumar Srinivas1, Malcolm Childress2, SiuSue Mark3

1: Independent researcher specializing on land and social development issues in Southeast Asia; 2: Co-Executive Director of Land Alliance.; 3: Ph D Scholar at the International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Understanding the change of regional cultivated land pressure in China: 2000-2012

Lu Zhang1, Shukui Tan2, bo xia3

1: huazhong university of science and tecnhongy; 2: huazhong university of science and tecnhongy; 3: Queensland University of Technology

Tenure Integrity, Security and Forestland Transfer: Evidence from Jiangxi Province, China

Yuepeng Zhou1, Dengyan Ji2, Xiaoping Shi1, Xianlei Ma1, Satish Chand3

1: Nanjing Agricultural University, Jiangsu, China; 2: Gannan Normal University, Jiangxi, China; 3: The University of New South Wales, UNSW Canberra, Australia

09-05: Dealing with the Far-Reaching Impacts of Land Access
Location: J 1-050
Chair: Alda Salomao, CENTRO TERRA VIVA, Mozambique

Land, Inequality and Power in Latin America

Stephanie Burgos1, Arantxa Guereña2

1: Oxfam America, United States of America; 2: Independent Consultant

Land Markets in FARC Territory: Access to Land in Post-conflict Colombia

Camilo Pardo1, Ivonne Moreno2

1: George Mason University, United States of America; 2: World Bank

The Determinants of Land-Grabbing in the Colombian Civil War: A Preliminary Analysis

Camilo Pardo

George Mason University, United States of America

Land Inequality in Brazil

Gustavo Ferroni

Oxfam, Brazil

09-06: Role of Property Rights in Realizing Environmental Services
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Peter Veit, World Resources Institute, United States of America

Land-use change and forestry programmes: Evidence on the effects on greenhouse gas emissions and food security

Kristen Rankin

3ie Impact, United States of America

Governing payments for ecosystem services: What can be learned from comparing Chinese and American experiences of restoring degraded cropland?

Runsheng Yin

Michigan State University, United States of America

A Comparison of Land Use and Socioeconomic Outcomes from Payment for Watershed Services Programs in Mexico

Kelly Jones

Colorado State University, United States of America

Avoided Deforestation Linked to Environmental Registration in the Brazilian Amazon

Jennifer Alix-Garcia1, Lisa Rausch1, Jessica L'Roe2, Jacob Munger1

1: University of Wisconsin, Madison, United States of America; 2: Middlebury College, Vermont, United States of America

Conserving the Amazon by Titling Indigenous Communities: Evidence from Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, and Ecuador

Allen Blackman1, Peter Veit2

1: Resources for the Future, United States of America; 2: World Resources Institute,United States of America

09-07: Evolution of Land Policy in Asia
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Willi Ernst Zimmermann, Consultant, Germany

Finding Evidence For Land Policymaking In Timor-Leste – Successes And Limitations

Bernardo Almeida

Van Volenhoven Institute - Leiden University, Netherlands, The

Experiences Implementing Land Reform in Vanuatu

John Meadows

Land Equity International, Australia

Implications of the Vestiges of Crown Land for Reconstruction and Development in Sri Lanka

N. Selvakkumaran2, Tiernan Mennen1

1: Abt Associates; 2: University of Colombo

Land Titling in the Philippines:: Addressing Challenges Through Reform-Oriented Framework

Emelyne Talabis

Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Philippines

09-08: Using Land Data as a Basis for Local Administration
Location: MC C2-131
Chair: Vanessa Lawrence CB, Location International, United Kingdom

Thinking Local: Can Local Land Administration Systems Avoid the Pitfalls of National Land Systems?

Linda Maria Lodin1, Kent Johan Ronny Nilsson2, Frank Pichel3

1: Kartverket, Norway; 2: Lantmäteriet, Sweden; 3: Cadasta

Integrating Low Cost/Open Source Gis And Remote Sensing In Urban Planning In Developing Countries – Case Of Blantyre City, Malawi

Costly Chanza


Redressing the Municipal Affairs with Digital Spatial Data toward Responsible Land Governance

Shamsuddin Ahmed

YCPPL, York University, Canada

Capturing Property Boundaries from Ortho-photos to Support Systematic Registration

Augustine Mulolwa, Elias Mwambela, Emmanuel Tembo

University of Zambia, Zambia

09-09: Rural Land Governance Experiences
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Oumar Sylla, UN-Habitat, Kenya

Land tenure and its impacts on food security in Uganda: Empirical Evidence from Ten Districts

Samuel Mabikke1, Moses Musinguzi2, Danilo Antonio1, Oumar Sylla1

1: United Nations Human Settlement Programme, Kenya; 2: Makerere Unievrsity, Kampala - Uganda

Land Access And Use Under Changing Tenancy Regulations: Governance Challenges In Odisha (India)

Sibabrata Choudhury

Landesa, India

Reducing Conflicts and Enhancing Land Administration: Case of the Customary Boundary Demarcation in Ghana

Gad Asorwoe Akwensivie

Ghana Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Ghana

Reforms for Equity and Efficiency: Exploring Challenges of Malawi's 2016 Customary Land Act in Achieving Equity Goal

Sane Zuka

University of Malawi, The Polytechnic, Malawi

09-10: Addressing Land Tenure in Irrigation Schemes in West Africa
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Caroline Plançon, world bank, United States of America

Building Resilience By Strengthening Women's Land Rights In The Senegal River Valley

Mamadou Baro, Abdoulaye Diagana

University of Arizona, United States of America

Securing land rights in irrigated scheme in Mali. Cas study of Sélingué.

Adamczewski Amandine

CIRAD, France / University of Gaston Berger, Sénégal

Inclusive land and water governance: Experiences from Mauritania and Senegal

Steven Raoul Filip Jonckheere, Harold Liversage

IFAD, Italy

Ideologies, Development Models and Irrigated Land Tenure: The Bagré Irrigation Project in Burkina Faso

Jean-Philippe Venot1, William's Daré2, Etienne Kaboré3, Francoise Gérard2, Abdoulaye Tapsoba2, Donatien Idani4, Simone Carboni5

1: IRD, URA, Wageningen University; 2: CIRAD; 3: Bagrépôle; 4: Agence de l'Eau du Nakambé; 5: INSUCO

09-11: From Documenting Rights to Creating Jobs
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Stein T. Holden, Norwegian University of Life Science, Norway

Land Registration, Agricultural Production and Food Security in Mozambique

Uacitissa Antonio Mandamule

Observatório do Meio Rural, Mozambique

Mainstreaming Securing Land Rights in Value Chain Development Programmes: The Case of the Pro-poor Value Chain Development Project in Maputo and Limpopo Corridors in Mozambique

Daniel Ozias Mate1, Daniel Simango1, Francesco Rubino2

1: Centre for the Promotion of Agriculture (CEPAGRI)/ Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security (MASA), Mozambique; 2: International Fund for Agricultural Development

Forging The Link Between Land Registration & Job Creation

Andrew Smith

Adam Smith International, Nigeria

09-12: Impact of Land-related Regulations
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Mondonga Mokoli, Strayer University and Montgomery College, United States of America

The Impact of Initial Security of Tenure on Smallholder Farmers’ Household Income and Food Security: A Case Study of the Chiradzulu District in Malawi

Kefasi Kamoyo1, Solomon Mkumbwa2, Harold Liversage3, Rex Baluwa1

1: Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, Malawi; 2: Land and Global Land Tool Network- UN Habitat, Kenya; 3: International Fund for Agricultural Development, Italy

Putting Land Rights into Value

Andreas Lange

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Germany

Land And Poverty Alleviation

Amit Bhola

Shri Balaji Agrotech Pvt Ltd, India

09-13: Strengthening Customary Rights: Options and Impacts
Location: MC C2-125
Chair: Esther Obaikol, Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), Djibouti

Securing Land In Butana For Rural Poor

Rashid Abdelaziz Musaad

Butana Development Agency, Sudan

Institution For Managing The Commons And Customary Land

Richard Okello Lukiko, Frances Birungi

Uganda Land Alliance, UCOBAC

Rights-Based Approach to Land: The Case of Seaweed Farmers in Caluya, Antique, Philippines

Violeta Corral

PAKISAMA, Philippines

Women’s Access to Irrigated Land in a Patrilineal Customary Area: Baare Community Irrigation Project.

Emmanuel Offei Akrofi

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby
10-01: Using Administrative Data for Land Governance Monitoring
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Nicolás Nogueroles, IPRA-CINDER (International Property Registries Association), Spain

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Fostering Dialogue and Understanding Through the 'Review of Land Administration: Regional and Global Perspectives'

Nicolás Nogueroles

IPRA-CINDER (International Property Registries Association), Spain

Social and Economic Benefits from Integrating Registry and Cadaster: Evidence from Administrative Data

Oscar Rodríguez Sánchez, Luis Jimenez Sancho

Land Registry, Costa Rica

How Administrative Data Can Inform Policy and Research: Evidence from Mexico

Maria Elena Garcia Flores

Federal Registry of Public Land, Mexico

Challenges and Potential for Assessing Progress in Colombia's Land Restitution Challenge: How the Registry Can Help

Jorge Enrique Velez

Land Regularization and Restituttion, Colombia


Sultan Alakraf

Dubai Land Department, United Arab Emirates


Alasdair Murray Lewis

HM Land Registry, United Kingdom

10-02: Strengthening Land Governance in India
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Dinesh Singh, Department of Land Resources, India



Improving land governance in India: Current status and next steps

Dinesh Singh

Department of Land Resources, India

Land Governance in India: Lessons and opportunities in moving forward

Klaus Deininger

The World Bank, United States of America

Closing Remarkes

Maninder Gill

World Bank, United States of America

10-03: Innovation Fair: Interoperability & Land Use Applications
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Alexis Smith, IMGeospatial, United Kingdom



Next Generation Land and Urban Systems are 3D

Mika-Petteri Törhönen1, Kari Tuukkanen2

1: The World Bank, United States of America; 2: SITO Oy, Finland

Combining Geomatics Technology for Successful Land Development Projects

Stephanie Michaud

Trimble Inc, United States of America

Fit For Purpose: Tools Supporting A Decentralized Infrastructure

Juerg Luethy1, Chryssy Potsiou2, Florian Bruyas3, Fridolin Wicki4, Michael Germann1

1: SLM Land Management Foundation; 2: International Federation of Surveyors; 3: SGS Inc; 4: Federal Office of Topography, swisstopo

Flexible Mobile Land Technology Applications: Demonstrations and Lessons Learned

Ioana Bouvier

US Agency for International Development, United States of America

Agile Collaboration as the Way to Build Uganda National Land Information System

Carol Roffer, Sergiy Lizenko, Vasyl Melnychuk, Maksym Kalyta

InnoLA Solutions Inc, United States of America

Innovations for Information Integration and Data Sharing in an eGovernment Framework in Support of Integrated Land Governance

Michael Epprecht1, Vong Nanhthavong1, Cornelia Hett1, Savanh Hanaphom2, Anongsone Phommachanh3

1: Centre for Development and Environmnet CDE, Lao People's Democratic Republic; 2: Department of Planning and Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Laos; 3: Department of Land Administration, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Laos

Fine-scale Land Allocation Tool for Global Land Use Analysis

Jingyu Song

Purdue University, United States of America

How To Capture Innovation And Solve The Challenges Of Urbanisation With Hackathons?

Juho Oskari Liukkonen1, Teemu Lehtinen2,3

1: Sito, Finland; 2: Aalto University, Finland; 3: KIRA-digi project

Uncovering City Dynamics through Land Use and Land Cover Spatial Data

Jon Kher Kaw

The World Bank Group

Improvements in City Modelling by Fusion of Airborne LiDAR and Oblique Imaging

Ronald Roth

Leica Geosystems, United States of America

Creating A Base Map Of Zanzibar

David Rovira

senseFly SA, Switzerland

ResilienceDirect Maps - A Common Operating Picture For The United Kingdom

Benjamin Rodgers

Ordnance Survey, United Kingdom

10-04: Key Achievements in the ECA Region and the Road Forward
Location: J B1-080
Chair: Fadia Saadah, The World Bank, United States of America

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Unification of Cadastre and Registry

Konstantin Koltoniuk

Rosreestr, Russian Federation

Geospatial Governance

Jelena Matic Varenica

Republic Geodetic Authority, Serbia

Establishing a National Spatial Data Infrastructure

Murat Meha

Kosovo Cadastre Agency, Kosovo

3D Land and Urban Systems

Kari Tuukkanen

Sito Oy, Finland

Blockchain and Land Rights

Mats Snäll

Lantmäteriet, the Swedish Mapping, Cadaster and Land Registration Authority, Sweden

Blockchain: Feasible or Not?

Jacob Vos

Dutch Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency (Kadaster), Netherlands, The

Use of GIS in Mass Valuation

Dzmitry Rytvinski

National Cadastral Agency, Belarus

10-05: Policies for Low Density Cities
Location: J 1-050
Chair: Anna Wellenstein, World Bank, United States of America

Urban Land Management for Sustainable Development in Riyadh, KSA

Olga Kaganova, Annie Bidgood, Ellen Hamilton, Fuad Malkawi

World Bank, United States of America

Transforming Riyadh from Challenges to Urban Policies Actions: A Planning Perspective

Ibrahim Fahad I Aleid, Abdulrahman Abdullah A Alsultan

Arriyadh Development Authority, Saudi Arabia

A Land Administration Perspective

Mohammed Al Rajhi

Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, Saudi Arabia

A Municipality Perspective

Osama Al-Bar

City of Makkah, Saudi Arabia

10-06: Protecting Pastoral Production Systems
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Fiona Flintan, International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia

Evaluating socio-ecological challenges of pastoralism and indigenous peoples’ tenure systems on wetlands management in the Upper Noun Drainage Basin in Cameroon

Bongadzem Carine Sushuu1, Stephen Koghan Ndzeidze2, Richard Achia Mbih3, Mairomi Harry Wirngo4

1: University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon, Cameroon; 2: Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences, and Integrated Plant Protection Center, Oregon State University, USA; 3: African Studies Program, College of Liberal Arts, The Pensylvania State University, USA; 4: Department of Geography, University of Yaoundé 1, Cameroon

Implementation of Responsible Land Governance: Informing the development of policy through a participatory land delimitation experience in Tana River County, Kenya

Francisco Carranza

FAO, Kenya

Evolving a Policy on Pastoralism in the Semi-Arid State of Rajasthan, and India

G.B. Mukherji, Jagdeesh Rao Puppala, Rahul Chaturvedi, Pratiti Priyadarshini

Foundation for Ecological Security, India

The Role of Rural Land Registration in Enhancing Communal Holding Tenure Security

Negasa Deressa1, Tewabech Fekadu2

1: Niras Finland, Ethiopia; 2: MANNA Development Management Consulting

10-07: Challenges of Decentralized Land Service Provision
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Camille Bourguignon, The World Bank, United States of America

Local Government Fragmentation in Peru – The Challenges for Land Governance and Territorial Planning

Martha Ferreyros1, Enrique Pantoja2

1: Consultant Perú; 2: World Bank

Brazilian Rural Property Taxation and its recent Structural Change

Bastiaan Philip Reydon1, Thiago Ademir Oliveira2, Gabriel Pensani Siqueira3

1: UNICAMP, Brazil; 2: UNICAMP, Brazil; 3: UNICAMP, Brazil

Large-Scale Rural Land Certification And Administration In Ethiopia - The Challenges Of A Decentralised Approach

John Leckie1, Menberu Allebachew Fantaye2, Andrew Smith2

1: DAI, United Kingdom; 2: LIFT Programme

Public Policy and Land Records: A “Big Data” Perspective

Sachin Garg, Philip Auerswald

George Mason University, United States of America

10-08: Using New Data & Platforms for Land Policy Research
Location: MC C2-131
Chair: Innocent Matshe, African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), Kenya

Government Policy and Natural Resource Sector FDI: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Liberia

Bradley Parks1, Jonas Bunte2, Daniel Runfola1, Harsh Desai3, Kanio Gbala4

1: The College of William and Mary; 2: UT-Dallas; 3: London School of Economics and Political Science; 4: TrustAfrica

Monitoring of Agricultural Land Conversion with Copernicus Sentinel Sensors: Case Study of Gambella State (Ethiopia)

Guido Lemoine, Felix Rembold

European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre, Italy

Satellite based monitoring of forest resources compliant with REDD+ and Zero Deforestation

Thomas Haeusler, Fabian Enßle, Sharon Gomez

GAF AG, Germany

How Land Tenure Systems Affect Foreign Investment: Evidence from Liberia

Alexandra Hartman1, Darin Christensen3, Cyrus Samii2

1: UCL, United Kingdom; 2: NYU, United States of America; 3: UCLA, United States of America

10-09: Analyzing Land Policy Making in Africa
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Yamungu Kayandabila, Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development, Tanzania

Scope for Decentralization of Land Administration in Africa: Evidence from Local Administrative Data in Mozambique

Raul Pitoro

Michigan State University, United States of America

The Challenges of Using Spatial and Demographic Data for Development in Nigeria

Olivia Kolbe-Booysen

Adam Smith International, Nigeria

A Programme for Improving Land Governance Transparency in Ethiopia

Christopher Tanner1, Tigistu Gebremeskel Abza2

1: MOKORO Ltd., United Kingdom; 2: Rural Land Administration and Use Directorate, Ministry of Agriculture, Ethiopia

The Ambiguous State-Traditional Relationship in Land Governance in Uganda and Malawi: Repercussions on Poverty Reduction?

Daniela Behr

University of Konstanz, Germany

10-10: Expanding and Sustaining Land Registration
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Elena Busch, Statens kartverk - Norwegian Mapping Authority, Norway

After 10 Years of Land Reform in Madagascar: Is the Process of Land Certification Massive and Inclusive?

Heriniaina Rakotomalala1, Perrine Burnod2, Camille Saint-Macary3, Flore Gubert3

1: Madagascar Land Observatory, Madagascar; 2: CIRAD, UMR Tetis; 3: IRD, UMR Dial

Is Land Tenure "Secure Enough" in Rural Rwanda?

Michael Brown, Ailey Hughes

Chemonics International, United States of America

Land Registration Reform in Georgia

Elene Grigolia, Papuna Ugrekhelidze

National Agency of Public Registry, Georgia

The Missing Link: Successes And Lessons Learned From An Integrated Approach To Land Tenure Registration In Burundi.

David Betge, Roland Zuidema, Jean Pierrre Irutingabo, Hendrik Westerbeek

ZOA, Netherlands, The

10-11: Challenges of Implementing Redistributive Land Reform
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Guo Li, The World Bank, China, People's Republic of

Based on recent studies on land tenure and their recommendations: Policy, program, and institutional recommendations

Virgilio De Los Reyes1, Annette Balaoing-Pelkmans2, Jane Lynn Capacio3

1: Stanford School of Law (LLM student); 2: Rotterdam School of Management (Professor); 3: Symvoulos Consulting Firm (Partner)

Land reform in Bolivia – from economic occupation to sustainable land occupation

Juan de Dios Fernández Fuentes

National Institute of Land reform, Bolivia, Plurinational State of

Land Governance And Redistributive Reform – For The Sake Of Accelerating The National Resettlement Programme Of Namibia

Uchendu Eugene Chigbu1, Peterina Sakaria2, Walter de Vries1, Fahria Masum3

1: Chair of Land Management, Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Ministry of Land Reform, Windhoek, Namibia; 3: Independent Development practitioner, Germany

100 Years of Land Reform: Delivery and Governance of Agricultural Land in South Africa

Moraka Nakedi Makhura1, Nontobeko Ndaba2, Mampiti Matete2, Moleko Mda2, Keneilwe Nailana3, Anttoinette Davis2, Zama Kunene2, Sebastian Taurai2, Thabiso Makhobotlwana2, Mathews Ndaba2, Malope Mahlangu2, Babalwa Nkumbesi2, Congress Mahlangu4, Tracy Potgieter5

1: University of Pretoria, South Africa; 2: Land Bank; 3: Standard Bank; 4: SOECA; 5: Tracy Potgieter & Associates

10-12: Governance of Real Estate
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Arvo Kokkonen, National Land Survey of Finland, Finland

Property Based Information Systems of Turkey

Mehmet Fatih Diri

General Directorate of Land Registy and Cadastre, Turkey

REGIA: creating new context for better governance

Aidas Petrosius, Kestutis Sabaliauskas, Arvydas Bagdonavičius

State Enterprise Centre of Registers, Lithuania

Formalizing Real Estate Markets Within Europe, Structural Reforms And Challenges

Chrysi Potsiou


International Property Market Scorecard – A Tool for Data Collection

Sylvia Luchini1, William Endsley2, Anna Kompanek3

1: The International Real Property Foundation, United States of America; 2: World Citizen Consulting; 3: Center for International Private Enterprise

10-13: Marine Cadastre for Coastal Management
Location: MC C2-125
Chair: Hendrikus Johannes (Rik) Wouters, Dutch Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency (Kadaster), Netherlands, The

Marine Cadastre in Europe: State of Play

Evangelia Balla1, Hendrikus Johannes {Rik} Wouters2

1: National Cadastre and Mapping Agency S.A. (EKXA), Greece; 2: Dutch Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency (Kadaster), Netherlands, The

Marine Cadasters...The Final Frontier

Tim Fella

ESRI, United States of America

Improving Housing Policies in Latin America to Increase Affordability and Mitigate Climate and Disaster Risks -II-
Location: I2-220

By invitation only - Please contact Luis Miguel Triveno:

Location: Front Lobby and Preston Lounge
SDE-03: Caucus on Women and Land
Location: MC C1-100
11-01: Progress with Responsible Investment Pledges
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Mark Constantine, International Finance Corporation, United States of America



Assessing Company Progress with Implementing the New York Declaration on Forests

Jillian Gladstone

CDP North America, United States of America

Inclusive Business in Agriculture: Questions, Leverage Points and State of the Debate

Laura German

University of Georgia, United States of America

Territorial governance in the era of corporate commitments to sustainability: Are new approaches able to reconcile sustainable commodity supply and fair partnerships in Brazil and Indonesia?

Pablo Pacheco

Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Indonesia

Commercial forest plantations in a landscape approach: The case of the Zambezia Landscape Program, Mozambique

Andre Aquino

World Bank, Mozambique

11-02: Land Value Capture for Urban Revival
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Somik V. Lall, World Bank, United States of America

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Leveraging Land for Urban Development in Afghanistan

S. Sadat Mansoor Naderi

Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of

In Search for Land in Kenya

Abdu Muwonge1, Lilian Kahindo1, Narae Choi2, Sheila Kamunyori1

1: World Bank, Kenya; 2: World Bank, United States of America

Challenges of Land Issues to Investments in Kenya

Peter Mwangi

Walker Kontos, Kenya

Urban Land Regeneration in the US: Lessons from the Twin Cities

Sharon Sayles Belton

Thomson Reuters, United States of America

Case study of integrated railway and housing development (Kohoku New Town and Yokohama City metro development)

Kazuhiro Hotta

City of Yokohama, Japan

11-03: Migration and Land Tenure Dynamics
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Mathieu Boche, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, France




Dilip Ratha

The World Bank, United States of America

New Drivers for Migration and Implications for Land Governance in the Global South

Saskia Sassen

Columbia University, United States of America

Connections between Conflict, Migration and Land: Lessons from the International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Peter van der Auweraert

International Organization for Migration (IOM), Switzerland

11-04: Roundtable on Gender and Community Rights
Location: J B1-080
Chair: Margaret Rugadya, Ford Foundation, Kenya

Setting the scene

Renee Giovarelli, Elisa Scalise

Resource Equity, United States of America

Reflections based on Nambia experience

Hirut Girma

Landesa, United States of America

Reflections based on Ghana experience

Eric Yeboah

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Reflections on Gender Issues in Forest Tenure

Anne Larson


11-05: Reconciliation over Land Rights in Post-Conflict Settings
Location: J 1-050
Chair: Susan Mbaya, Sue Mbaya and Associates, South Africa

The Politics of Institutional Proliferation and the Management of Repatriation-induced Land Disputes in Post-war Burundi

Rosine Tchatchoua-Djomo

African Studies Centre Leiden, The Netherlands

Conflict Dynamics of Dual Land Administration in Karen State/Kawthoolei of Myanmar

SiuSue Mark

International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University, The Hague, Netherlands

Land and Conflict in Myanmar

Francesca Marzatico

Palladium , Myanmar

11-06: Roundtable on Valuation of Unregistered Land
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Christopher Barlow, Thomson Reuters, United States of America

A Valeur Perspective

James Kavanagh

RICS, United Kingdom

Industry Approaches

Brent Jones1, Tim Fella2

1: Esri, United States of America; 2: Indufor North America, United States of America

Approaches in US counties

Scott Mayausky

Stafford County, United States of America

IAOO approach to valuation of unregistered land

Pasqualino {Charley} Colatruglio

International Association of Assessing Officers, United States of America

11-07: Harnessing the Opportunities of Big Data in Land Records
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Maurice Barbieri, CLGE (Council of European Geodetic Surveyors), Switzerland

Spatio-Temporal Datacubes - an Enabling Paradigm for Flexible, Standards-Based Infrastructures

Peter Baumann

Jacobs University, Germany

The Way of Sharing Open Geospatial Data to Support the Planet’s Biggest Challenges

Luis Bermudez

OGC, United States of America

Building Third Generation Land Tools: Its4land, Smart Sketchmaps, UAVs, Automatic Feature Extraction, and the GeoCloud

Rohan Bennett1, Markus Gerke9, Joep Crompvoets2, Serene Ho2, Angela Schwering3, Malumbo Chipofya3, Carl Schultz3, Tarek Zein4, Mireille Biraro5, Berhanu Alemie6, Robert Wayumba7, Kaspar Kundert8, Sophie Crommelinck1, Claudia Stöcker1

1: University of Twente, Netherlands, The; 2: KU Leuven, Belgium; 3: WWU University of Muenster, Germany; 4: Hansa Luftbild, Germany; 5: INES Ruhengeri, Rwanda; 6: Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia; 7: Technical University of Kenya, Kenya; 8: ESRI Rwanda, Rwanda; 9: Technische Universitat Braunschweig, Germany

Enabling Ecosystem of Opportunity Around Digital Land Records

Philip Auerswald

Zilla LLC

11-08: Adapting Property Tax System
Location: MC C2-131
Chair: Lionel Galliez, International Union of Notaries (UINL), France

Pragmatism or Principles? Property Taxation Valuation in Finland

Mika-Petteri Törhönen1, Kauko Viitanen2

1: The World Bank, United States of America; 2: Aalto University, Finland

Modernising the Delivery of Statutory Valuation Services: An Irish perspective

Terence Fahey1, Aanchal Anand2

1: Valuation Office, Ireland; 2: World Bank, United States of America

Street addressing - a Global Trend

Soumya Dharmavaram, Catherine Farvacque-Vitkovic

World Bank, United States of America

Predicting Taxpayer Behaviour and Compliance: An Analysis of Jamaica’s Property Tax System

Tina Beale, Peter Wyatt

University of Reading, United Kingdom

11-09: Piloting Global Land and Property Indices
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Jann Lay, GIGA - Germany, Germany

Developing a Land Administration Index

Mohsen Kalantari

The University of Melbourne, Australia

Developing a Global Land Tenure Security Index for Spatial Analyses

Allison Kelly1, Yuta Masuda2, Margaret Holland3, Brian Robinson4

1: Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington; 2: The Nature Conservancy; 3: University of Maryland, Baltimore County; 4: McGill University

What is the relationship between tenure security, good governance and poverty alleviation: What do we know and what can we learn from this evidence

Grenville Barnes, Jazmin Gonzales Tovar, Sarah McKune

University of Florida, United States of America

Towards a More Open Future: Increasing Accountability and Transparency through Open Land Data

Frank Pichel1, Lindsay Ferris1, Neil Sorensen2

1: Cadasta Foundation, United States of America; 2: Land Portal Foundation, The Netherlands

Expanding Land Tenure in Women Business and the Law

Nayda Almodóvar-Reteguis

The World Bank, United States of America

11-10: Scaling Good Practice on Land Administration Delivery
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Michele Oriol, Comité Inter Ministériel d'Aménagement du Territoire, Haiti

Tracking Impacts of Tajikistan Land Reform Across Multiple Projects, Donors and Districts from 2006-2016 Using a Common Core of Survey Questions and Field Methods

Eric Abbott1, Nandita Jain2

1: Iowa State University, United States of America; 2: The World Bank, Washington D.C.

Delivering Land Administration Services at Scale

Tsepang Tlali, Matsireletso Lepheana, Mahashe Chaka

Land Administration Authority, Lesotho

The Case for Participatory Fit For Purpose Massive Land Registration as a means for a Sustainable Cadaster in Mozambique

Marisa Balas1, Joao Carrilho2, Simao Pedro Joaquim2, Jose Murta1, Christiaan Lemmen3, Lazaro Matlava2, Mario Ruy Marques4

1: EXI LDA, Mozambique; 2: DINAT - National Directorate of Lands; 3: Dutch Kadaster; 4: Verde Azul/DINAT

La problématique foncière en Haïti : Comment le Recensement Général Agricole de 2010 questionne les politiques publiques

Klaas Geert van Vliet1, Sandrine Freguin-Gresh1, Thierry Giordano2, Jacques Marzin1, Gaël Pressoir3

1: CIRAD, France; 2: FAO; 3: Chibas Foundation / Quiskeya University, Port-au-Prince

11-11: Formalizing Indigenous Rights in Developed Economies
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Luis Felipe Duchicela, World Bank, United States of America

Management of Native Title - Australia's Next "Wicked" Problem

Raelene Webb

National Native Title Tribunal, Australia

The Australian Northern Territory Land Rights Act – a model for the legal recognition of customary tenure, which provides a certain and fungible legal framework, facilitates economic development and local decision-making and establishes appropriate governance institutions.

Michael O'Donnell

Northern Land Council, Australia

Reconciling Indigenous Lands With The Honour Of The Crown: Evidence Of Boundary Certainty & Parcel Security

Erin Tompkins, Brian Ballantyne

Surveyor General Branch, Natural Resources Canada, Canada

Measuring Informality & Its Socio-Economic Outcomes: First Nation Reserves in Canada

Ceilidh Ballantyne2, Heather MacDonald2, Brian Ballantyne1

1: Surveyor General Branch, Natural Resources Canada, Canada; 2: Kitsilano Institute for Informality Metrics

11-12: How Landuse & Building Regulations affect Property Markets
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Luis Triveno, World Bank, United States of America

Evaluating the Equity and Efficiency Impacts of Land Use Regulations: Theoretical Framework and Empirical Approach

Eric Heikkila1, Robin Rajack2

1: University of Southern California, United States of America; 2: Inter-American Development Bank

Effects of Land Misallocation on Capital Allocations in India

Gilles Duranton2, Ejaz Ghani1, Arti Grover1, William Kerr3

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; 3: Harvard Business School

Factor Missallocation, Firm Entry and Exit, and Productivity in Ukraine's Agricultural Sector

Klaus Deininger1, Denys Nizalov2, Mykola Ryzhenkov3, Sudhir Singh1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: University of Kent/ KEI at KSE, United Kingdom; 3: Kyiv School of Economics, Ukraine

11-13: How Changing Tenure Relations Affect Rural Production
Location: MC C2-125
Chair: Songqing Jin, Zhejiang University, China, People's Republic of

Modelling Agricultural Land Market Distortions the Size Distribution of Farms

Miguel Robles1, Manuel Hernandez2, Danilo Trupkin3

1: World Bank; 2: IFPRI, United States of America; 3: Universidad de Buenos Aires

Land Tenure Systems, Food Security and Poverty: Evidence from Africa

Harriet Kasidi Mugera

World Bank

Herbicides Induce Territorialization and Are Weapons in Farmer–Pastoralist Interactions in Northern Benin

Georges Djohy1,2, Honorat Edja2, Ann Waters-Bayer3

1: Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Georg-August University of Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany; 2: Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, University of Parakou, Parakou, Benin; 3: Prolinnova / Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam, Netherlands

Land tenure differences and adoption of agri-environmental practices: Evidence from Benin (West Africa)

Kotchikpa Gabriel Lawin1,2, Lota Dabio Tamini1,2

1: Laval University, Department of Agricultural Economics and Consumer Science , Canada; 2: Laval University, Center for Research on the Economics of the Environment, Agri-food, Transports and Energy (CREATE),Canada

11-14: Harnessing Blockchain Technology for Land Administration: Next Steps
Location: MC C2-135
Chair: Jacob Vos, Dutch Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency (Kadaster), Netherlands, The
Innovation Fair: Innovation Fair
Location: MC Atrium
12-01: Using Remotely Sensed Data to Improve Urban Planning
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Suzanne Hopkins, Thomson Reuters, United States of America



Using Satellite Data for Improved Urban Development

Thomas Haeusler, Sharon Gomez, Fabian Enßle

GAF AG, Germany

Cost Effective Building Capture at Continental Scale Using Satellite Imagery and Automatic Feature Extraction

Dan Paull, Martin Rose

PSMA Australia, Australia

Understanding the Urban Story using Earth Observation

Elke Kraetzschmar, Rainer Malmberg

IABG mbH, Germany

Exploiting Deep Learning and Volunteered Geographic Information for Large-Scale Building Mapping

Jiangye Yuan

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America

12-02: Indigenous Peoples Movement around Tenure Rights
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Ellysar Baroudy, World Bank, United States of America



Introductory Remarks

Ellysar Baroudy

World Bank, United States of America

Experience and results with REDD+ Readiness in Africa

Daniel Sapit

IP Hub Africa, Kenya

Experience and results with REDD+ Readiness in the Latin America and Caribbean

Onel Masardule

Foundation for Indigenous Knowledge in Panama, Panama

Experience and results with REDD+ Readiness in Asia

Grace Balawag

FCPF, Philippines

Global perspective on realizing Indigenous Peoples’ community rights

Myrna Cunningham Kain

Center for the Autonomy and Development of Indigenous Peoples (CADPI), Nicaragua

Closing Remarks

Luis Felipe Duchicela

World Bank, United States of America

12-03: Potential and Limits of VGI
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Beckhee Cho, LX Korea Land and Geospatial Informatix Corporation, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Capitalizing on the Digital Dividend to Secure Land Rights

Patricia K. Mbote, Muriuki Muriungi

University of Nairobi, Kenya

Repositioning Ghana’s Land Administration in the Context of Emerging Geospatial Technologies for Land Survey- Framework to Scale Existing Legal and Policy Hurdles

Eric Yeboah1, Mark Kakraba-Ampeh2

1: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana; 2: Land Resource Management Centre, Ghana

VGI as a Starting Point for a Landscape Architecture Competition – a Case Study from the City of Vantaa in Finland

Juuso Salmu

Dimenteq Oy, Finland

12-04: Formalizing Customary Land
Location: J B1-080
Chair: Margaret Rugadya, Ford Foundation, Kenya

Piloting the Protection of Customary Land Rights in Acholiland: A Research Project of the Joint Acholi Sub-regional Leaders’ Forum (JASLF) and Trόcaire

Ronald R. Atkinson1, James O. Latigo2, Emmet Bergin3

1: University of South Carolina, United States of America; 2: Joint Acholi Sub-region Leaders' Forum; 3: Trócaire

Assessment Of Impacts Of Pilot Interventions In Customary Land Administration. Evidence From The Ghana Land Administration Project

Sarah Antwi-Boasiako

Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Ghana

Securing Family And Community Land Rights For Equity And Sustainability Through Resilient Traditional Land Management Institutions

Judy Adoko1, Liz Neate2

1: Land and Equity Movement in Uganda - LEMU, Uganda; 2: Land and Equity Movement in Uganda - LEMU, United Kingdom

Customary Leaders Mapping Parcels in Mauritania and Senegal

Mamadou Baro

University of Arizona, United States of America

Reconciling Customary and Statutory Resource Rights for Land-Use Planning in Zambia

Matthew Sommerville1, Simon Norfolk2, Terence Mothers3, Moses Phiri4, Bwalya Chuba5

1: USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change Project, Zambia; 2: Terra Firma Ltd.; 3: Terra Firma Ltd.; 4: Petauke District Land Alliance; 5: USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change Project, Zambia

Why Traditional Chiefs Engage in Land Administration and Experiences so far

Victoria Kalondwe

Her Royal Highness Chieftainess Mkanda, Zambia

12-05: Post-Conflict Policies for Land Governance
Location: J 1-050
Chair: Victoria Stanley, World Bank, United States of America

Inclusive Urbanization through Evidence Based Advocacy & Innovative Approaches to Tenure Security for the Displaced in Afghanistan’s Cities

Marcus Tudehope, Depika Sherchan, Azima Roya

UN Habitat Afghanistan, Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of

Overcoming Obstacles To Land Registration Reform In Bosnia-Herzegovina Through Problem-Driven Iterative Adaptation

Sean Parramore

Queen Mary University of London, Belgium

Protecting Future Rights for Future Citizens: Children’s Property Rights in Complex Emergencies

Sandra Joireman

University of Richmond, United States of America

12-06: The Role of Tenure in Reducing Land Degradation
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Melchiade Bukuru, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, United States of America

Achieving Land Degradation Neutrality For Improved Equity, Sustainability And Resilience

Sasha Alexander Juanteguy, Ian Johnson, Monique Barbut, Markus Repnik, Melchiade Bukuru

UNCCD, Germany

Land Management And Policy On Sustainable Use Of Land Resources: The Case Of Burkina Faso

Rodrigue Bazame1, Harun Tanrıvermiş2, Yunus Emre Kapusuz3

1: Ankara University, Department of Real Estate Development and Management, Turkey; 2: Ankara University, Department of Real Estate Development and Management, Turkey; 3: Ankara University, Department of Real Estate Development and Management, Turkey

The Emerging Tenure Right Fortunes and Its Policy Implications: The Case of The World Bank Financed Sustainable Land Management Project II In Ethiopia

Shewakena Abab, Anna Corsi

The World Bank Group

Programmatic Approach to Land Degradation in Burundi

Paola Agostini, Erin Connor

The World Bank, United States of America

12-07: New Technology, Opportunities, Regulations, and Costs
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Fredrik Zetterquist, Swedesurvey, Sweden

Identifying Geospatial Data Requirements for the Goals, Targets and Indicators of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Timothy Trainor

UN-GGIM, United States of America

Mega tech trends on the near horizon for the land sector: Where innovation in the land profession innovation converges with technology disruption?

Christopher Barlow1, James Kavanagh2

1: Thomson Reuters; 2: Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors

Legal and Policy Frameworks Governing Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Diana Cooper

Precision Hawk USA Inc., United States of America

Open Source Tools for Geospatial

Arnulf Christl1, Markus Neteler2,3

1: Metaspatial, Germany; 2: OSGeo; 3: mundialis GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

12-08: Urban Services and Property Tax Collection
Location: MC C2-131
Chair: Cynthia Goytia, Harvard University and Torcuato Di Tella University, Argentine Republic

The Valuation of Unregistered Land: Case Studies from Ghana, Indonesia, and Peru

Franklin Obeng-Odoom2, Michael McDermott1

1: University of Technology, Sydney; 2: Global Property Advisory, Australia

Issues Facing Standardisation of Property Valuation Practices: A case study of Suva, Fiji

Sandeep Narayan1, Sharlene Biswas2, Louzanne Sahib3

1: Rolle Associates, Fiji Islands; 2: University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; 3: Home Finance Company, Suva, Fiji Islands

Property Tax in Kigali: Using Satellite Imagery to Assess Collection Potential

Daniel Ayalew Ali, Klaus Deininger

World Bank, United States of America

12-09: Household Survey Data Collection and New Evidence
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Abdu Muwonge, World Bank, Kenya

Could the debate be over? Errors in farmer-reported production and their implications for inverse scale-productivity relationship in Uganda

Sydney Gourlay1, David Lobell2, Talip Kilic1

1: World Bank; 2: Stanford University

Individual-level Approach to Data Collection on Land Ownership and Rights

Talip Kilic, Heather Moylan

World Bank

Beyond ownership: Tracking progress on women’s land rights in Sub-Saharan Africa

Vanya Slavchevska1, Ana Paula De la O Campos1, Chiara Brunelli1, Cheryl Doss2

1: The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Italy; 2: University of Oxford, CGIAR Program on Policies, Institutions and Markets

12-10: Experiences of Large Scale Land Acquisition
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Issa Faye, African Development Bank, Tunisia

The Impact of Large Scale Foreign Land Acquisitions on Rural Households: Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence From Tanzania

Emma Aisbett1, Giulia Barbanente1,2

1: University of Hamburg; 2: Erasmus University Rotterdam

The Implications of Infrastructure Investments on Land and Livelihoods

Felicity Buckle, Bernice Sam

DAI, United Kingdom

Are Rural Areas Taking Advantage of Proximity to Cities?

Julio Antonio Berdegué Sacristán, Juan Manuel Soto Diaz, Milena Vargas


Review of Land Tenure Systems to Support the Creation of an Enabling Environment for Agricultural Transformation in Africa.

Rose Mwebaza

African Development Bank, Côte d'Ivoire

12-11: Round Table: Regular Land Governance Monitoring through Administrative Data Sources
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Sultan Alakraf, Dubai Land Department, United Arab Emirates

Reporting Administrative Land Data for Latin America: Findings and Next Steps

Nicolás Nogueroles

IPRA-CINDER (International Property Registries Association), Spain

Reporting Administrative Land Data for Arab Countries: Findings, Lessons and Next Steps

Sarkis Fadous, Rafic Khouri

Arab Union of Surveyors, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)

Reporting Administrative Land Data for Francophone Countries: First Findings and Next Steps

Florian Lebourdais, Claire Galpin

Ordre des Géomètres-experts, France

How to set up routine reporting for a decentralised system: the case of Egypt (tbc)

Dalal Alnaggar

National Water Research Center (NWRC), Egypt

How to present and communicate country level data at a global scale: first steps for an Atlas

Joep Crompvoets1, Rik Wouters2

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: Kadaster, Netherlands

12-12: Property Rights Aspects of "Vertical Expansion"
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Rohan Bennett, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Apartment owners associations

Leon Verstappen, Noortje Vegter, Fokke Jan Vonck

University of Groningen, Netherlands, The

Land Ownership in Nigeria: Towards a Legal Framework for Condominium

Awwal Magashi

Adam Smith International, Nigeria

The World Is Not a Pizza - How Single-Photon LiDAR Shows the World in 3D – Affordably and Reliably

Ronald Roth

Leica Geosystems, United States of America

12-13: Building on Customary Tenure Security
Location: MC C2-125
Chair: Alexandra Hartman, UCL, United Kingdom

‘Koudemain’: Collaborative land strategies in the Kalinago Territory

Charlotte Eloise Stancioff1, Kimani Lapps2,3, Cozier Frederick2,4, Corinne Hofman1

1: Leiden University, Netherlands, The; 2: Salybia Heritage and Restoration Project; 3: Ministry of Gender Affairs; 4: Ministry of Kalinago Affairs

Interface Between Customary And Formal Land Management Systems: Mizoram, India

Devika Bahadur

World Bank, India

Land Governance, Land Policy and Indigenous People Land Use and Access Rights in the Brazilian Amazon and Matopiba after the Constitution of 1988

Vitor Bukvar Fernandes1, Bastiaan Philip Reydon1, Delaide Passos1, Ana Paula Silva Bueno1, Paula Franco Moreira2

1: University of Campinas, Brazil; 2: Federal University of Tocantins, Brazil

They Will Need Land! The current land tenure situation and future land allocation needs of smallholder farmers in Cambodia

Jean-Christophe Diepart

Mekong Region Land Governance, Cambodia

Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby
Closing Plenary: Closing Plenary
Location: Preston Auditorium



Lessons Learned and Next Steps

Ana Revenga

The World Bank, United States of America

Overflow Room
Location: Overflow rooms: Preston Lounge; MC13-121; MC2-800; MC C2-131
Reception: Reception
Location: MC Atrium

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