Conference Agenda

Session
04-03: Acting to Secure Community and Indigenous Land Rights
Time:
Tuesday, 21/Mar/2017:
4:00pm - 5:30pm

Session Chair: Ruth Meinzen-Dick, IFPRI, United States of America
Location: MC 2-800

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Presentations
ID: 1037 / 04-03: 1
Invited Paper

Introduction

Ruth Meinzen-Dick

IFPRI, United States of America

To be completed

04-03-Meinzen-Dick-1037.docx


ID: 1039 / 04-03: 2
Invited Paper

Perspective from Government on Progress and Challenges of Implementing Kenya's Community Land Rights Bill

Charles Otieno Konyango

National Land Commission, Kenya

To be comThe need for mainstreaming of the commons plus a comprehensive strategy to secure the commons has become a major global concern of the 21st century. This will require out of the box reform mechanisms and the participation of the communities concerned. Kenya has made credible progress towards secure tenure and land use for the commons. These include sessional paper number 8 of 2012, the Kenya Vision 2030 annex and lately the enactment of Community Land Act 2016. The broad goal of these initiatives is a) the safeguarding the state of the commons and promoting sustainable management of natural resources and b) eradication of marginalization, enhancing of community resilience, empowerment and food security of the commons communities. These will be achieved through a) community land reforms b) Demand-driven development planning and investments; c) ASAL Knowledge Management; and d) Private sector and other partnerships. The above reflects a fundamental shift in development and governance heralded by Kenya’s new Constitution and legislative reforms in land sector. The ultimate is accommodate the unique challenges and opportunities of environments, and harness the contributions of both state and non-state actors, and empower commons citizens in their search for a more just, secure and prosperous future.

04-03-Otieno Konyango-1039_paper.pdf
04-03-Otieno Konyango-1039_ppt.pptx


ID: 1178 / 04-03: 3
Individual Papers
Oral Presentation
Topics: Securing land rights for equity, sustainability and resilience

Devolving rights over forest land to communities in Indonesia

Hadi Daryanto

Ministry of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia, Indonesia

Indonesia Ministry of Environment and Forestry experience with devolving rights over approx. 12.7 million ha of forest land to communities.



ID: 1038 / 04-03: 4
Invited Paper

Perspective of Implementing Community Land Rights in Uganda

Judy Adoko

Land and Equity Movement in Uganda - LEMU, Uganda

To be completed



ID: 1042 / 04-03: 5
Invited Paper

Lessons from Programs Designed to Strengthen the Commons

Harold Liversage

International Fund for Agricultural Development, Italy

To be completed



ID: 1040 / 04-03: 6
Invited Paper

Current Research on the Commons: Topics, Methods, Insights

Steven Lawry

Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia

To be completed

04-03-Lawry-1040_ppt.pptx


ID: 1041 / 04-03: 7
Invited Paper

Concluding remarks

Cristina Timponi Cambiaghi

International Land Coalition, Italy

To be completed