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03-12: Making Land Institutions more Gender Sensitive
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Session Chair: Katia Araujo, Landesa, United States of America
ID: 371 / 03-12: 1 Individual Papers Topics: Land policy, farming and economic development, evolving tenure rights Keywords: SDGs, gender, sustainable development
Women's Land Rights and Food Security in Kenya: Challenges and Opportunities
Muriuki Muriungi1, Patricia Kameri-Mbote2
1University of Nairobi, Kenya; 2University of Nairobi, Kenya
ID: 257 / 03-12: 2 Individual Papers Topics: Innovations for securing land and resource rights in customary settings Keywords: Liberia, Customary Land Tenure, Marriage/De facto unions, Inheritance, Concessions, Land Governance, Access to Justice/Dispute Resolution, Women’s Land Rights.
Women’s Land Rights in Liberia: How can they be Protected and Strengthened in the Land Reform Process?
Justine Ntale Uvuza1, Jennifer Duncan1, My-Lan Dodd1, Izatta Ngabe2, Lena Cummings3, Vivian Neal4
1LANDESA, United States; 2Land Governance Support Activity , Liberia; 3Women’s NGO Secretariat of Liberia, Liberia; 4Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia, Liberia
ID: 537 / 03-12: 3 Individual Papers Topics: Progress with land governance performance monitoring; gender disaggregation approaches; SDGs Keywords: Gender, Property Inheritance, SBCC, Behavior Change, Media Campaign
The Effectiveness of a Social Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Strategy in Changing Social Attitudes on Equal Rights to Property for Women – The Case of Kosovo
Merita Limani, Driton Zeqiri, Don Cuizon
USAID Property Rights Program, Tetra Tech
ID: 195 / 03-12: 4 Individual Papers Topics: Innovations for securing land and resource rights in customary settings Keywords: Land Tenure, matrilineal, inheritance, Tanzania
Customary land tenurein matrilineal societies of Tanzania: Does inheritance matter?Experience from Morogoro rural district