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Session Overview
Session
04-04: How Do Global Policies Support Local Change
Time:
Tuesday, 20/Mar/2018:
3:45pm - 5:15pm

Session Chair: Christian Graefen, Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, Germany
Location: MC 6-860

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Presentations
ID: 463 / 04-04: 1
Individual Papers
Topics: Innovations for securing land and resource rights in customary settings
Keywords: Governance of Tenure, Capitalization of Experiences, Sustainability of tenure reforms, Land policy, VGGT

The VGGT and F&G: Versatile Tools for Tenure Governance

Wordsworth Odame Larbi

FAO, Ethiopia

04-04-Larbi-463_paper.pdf
04-04-Larbi-463_ppt.pptx


ID: 653 / 04-04: 2
Individual Papers
Topics: Innovations for securing land and resource rights in customary settings
Keywords: open data, advocacy, legal advice, land rights, secure tenure

Open Data as a Mechanism of Social Change for Vulnerable Urban Communities

David Palomino2, Madaleine Weber2, Daniel Cotillas1, Maria Luisa Zanelli1

1Habitat for Humanity; 2Cadasta

04-04-Palomino-653_ppt.pptx


ID: 549 / 04-04: 3
Individual Papers
Topics: Progress with land governance performance monitoring; gender disaggregation approaches; SDGs
Keywords: beneficial ownership, legal frameworks, corruption

Towards Transparency in Land Ownership: a Methodology to Research Beneficial Land Ownership

Caitlin Pierce2, Nick Tagliarino3, Poppea Daniel5, Megan MacInnes4, Jean Brice Tetka1, Leon Verstappen3, Annette Maria Jaitner1

1Transparency International Secretariat, Germany; 2Traverse Research; 3IALTA; 4Global Witness; 5Research Consultant

04-04-Pierce-549_paper.pdf
04-04-Pierce-549_ppt.pptx


ID: 420 / 04-04: 4
Individual Papers
Topics: Land policy, farming and economic development, evolving tenure rights
Keywords: land tenure, climate vulnerability, adaptive capacity

A Global Review of Land Tenure, Climate Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity

David Mitchell1, Darryn McEvoy1, Danilo Antonio2

1RMIT University, Australia; 2Land and GLTN Unit, UN-Habitat, Kenya

04-04-Mitchell-420_paper.pdf
04-04-Mitchell-420_ppt.pptx


 
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