Conference Agenda

Session Overview
 
Date: Tuesday, 20/Mar/2018
8:30am
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10:00am
01-07: Boundary Demarcation and Territorial Governance
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Melchiade Bukuru, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, United States of America
 

Mapping and Territory: What Critical Cartography Offers to an Analysis of Land Governance?

Fernando Galeana

Cornell University, USA


Conflict in Collective Formalization Processes: Opportunities for Transformation?

Anne Larson1, Esther Mwangi2, Iliana Monterroso1, Nining Liswanti3, Tuti Herawati3

1: CIFOR, Peru; 2: CIFOR, Kenya; 3: CIFOR, Indonesia


Urgency of Village Boundary Setting / Resource Mapping, Villages and Land Governance in Indonesia

Muchammad Sigit Widodo1, Akhmad Safik1, Sofwan Hakim1, Rubeta Andriani2, Martin Hardiono2, Kevin Barthel2

1: Millennium Challenge Account - Indonesia (MCA-Indonesia); 2: Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)


Addressing Encroachment on State Forest Land in Tunisia

Amanda Bradley, Jamel Kailene

United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, Italy

10:30am
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12:00pm
02-07: Interventions for strengthening tenure security
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Abdu Muwonge, World Bank, Kenya
 

Linking The Continuum Of Land Rights To Production Orientation And Management Styles: Lessons From Research In Namibia

Elke Astrid Matthaei1,2

1: GIZ, Germany; 2: University of Stellenbosch, South Africa


Strengthening Women’s Land Rights: Lessons From Agricultural Development Programmes In Sub-Saharan Africa

Elisa Mandelli, Steven Jonckheere, Anja Rabezanahary, Harold Liversage

IFAD, Italy


Capacity Development Lessons from Tenure Security Learning Initiative in Eastern and Southern Africa (TSLI-ESA)

Uchendu Eugene Chigbu1, Agatha Wanyonyi2, Brendah Achungo2, Solomon Mkumbwa2, Oumar Sylla2, Harold Liversage3

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: GLTN/UN-HABITAT, Kenya; 3: IFAD, Italy


Mainstreaming support for good land governance into agricultural and rural development programmes: Lessons from IFAD-supported projects

Steven Raoul Filip Jonckheere, Harold Liversage

IFAD, Italy


Analysis And Reflection On Methodologies And Practices For The Formalization Of Land Rights

Florian Lebourdais, Jean-François Dalbin

Ordre des Géomètres-experts, France

2:00pm
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3:30pm
03-07: Community-Led Land Governance
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Esther Mwangi, Center for International Forestry Research, Kenya
 

Examining the Real Costs of Community-led Rights Documentation from USAID’s Experience in Burma and Zambia

Emiko Guthe, Matt Sommerville

USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change Project, Tetra Tech


Mapping Community Land in Mozambique: Opportunities and Challenges for Combining Technology with Good Land Governance

José Monteiro1, Antonio Inguane1, Emidio Oliveira1, Madaleine Weber2, David Palomino Valentín2

1: Community Land initiative (iTC); 2: Cadasta Foundation


What do communities want from land reform? A socio-technical exploration of community-led land rights documentation projects

Kate Fairlie1, Frank Pichel2, Serene Ho3

1: Land Equity International, Australia; 2: Cadasta Foundation; 3: KU Leuven


"Rethinking Customary Land Governance, Fiduciary Duties and Development Opportunities form a Real Estate Management Perspective"

Rexford Ahene

LAFAYETTE COLLEGE/ FAO-NRC, United States of America

3:45pm
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5:15pm
04-07: Operational & Legal Aspects of Community-based Data Capture
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Emidio Noormahomed, Fundação Iniciativa para Terras Comunitárias (iTC-F), Mozambique
 

Mobile Applications for Secure Tenure (MAST) and the Technical Register for Social Tenure (TRUST) – development and applications in Iringa and Mbeya Districts in Tanzania

Tressan Sullivan1, Malaki Msigwa2, Mustapha Issa3, Clive English4, Alexander Solovov5

1: DAI US; 2: DAI US; 3: DAI US; 4: DAI Europe; 5: DAI US


Strengthening GIS standards to improve monitoring of land indicators for SDGs: Using India as a use case

Pranab Ranjan Choudhury1, Marcello De Maria2,3, Laura Meggiolaro2

1: Natural Resources Management Consultants (NRMC), India; 2: Land Portal Foundation, Netherlands; 3: University of Reading, United Kingdom


An Overview Of Innovative Tools For Land Tenure Documentation

Monica Lengoiboni, Christine Richter, Jaap Zevenbergen

ITC, University of Twente, Netherlands, The


Apps and Drones for Better Land Governance

Angela Arnante1, Rene Sanapo2, Jaime Faustino3

1: Foundation for Economic Freedom, Philippines; 2: Foundation for Economic Freedom, Philippines; 3: The Asia Foundation, Philippines


 
Date: Wednesday, 21/Mar/2018
8:30am
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10:00am
05-07: Documenting and Administrating Customary Rights
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: John Bugri, KNUST, Ghana
 

The Ugandan Experience of Land Market Policy

Judy Adoko, Liz Neate

Land and Equity Movement in Uganda - LEMU, Uganda


Costs in Community Land Delimitation: Sustainability, Innovation and Shared Responsibilities for an Inclusive and Effective Land Administration System in Mozambique

José Monteiro, Emidio Oliveira, António Inguane

Community Land initiative (iTC), Mozambique


Identifying Key Factors for Successful Community Rights Documentation from USAID’s Multi-Country Experiences in Zambia, Vietnam, Paraguay, Ghana, and Burma

Matt Sommerville1, Emiko Guthe1, Nayna Jhaveri1, Tao van Dang2, Michael Roth1, Yaw Adarkwah Antwi2, Ryan Sarsfield3

1: USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change Project, Tetra Tech; 2: Winrock International; 3: World Resources Institute


“Responsible Land Management Concept” A New Dimension for an Improved Customary Land Management: A Case Study of the Dormaah Ahenkro Customary Land Secretariat (CLS)-Ghana.

Prince Donkor Ameyaw1, Walter Dachaga1, Uchendu Eugene Chigbu1, Walter de Vries1, Lewis Abedi Asante2

1: Chair of Land Management, Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Kumasi Technical University, Ghana

10:30am
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12:00pm
06-07: Accommodating Legal Pluralism at National Level
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Raelene Webb, National Native Title Tribunal, Australia
 

Decolonizing Land law in Western African Countries and Recognizing Legitimate Land Tenure Rights

Caroline Plançon1,2

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: French Technical Committee on Land Tenure and Development


Legal Pluralism: A Terrain of Contestation for Rights-Based Land Governance in Myanmar

Diana Suhardiman1, Miles Kenney-Lazar2, Ruth Meinzen-Dick3

1: International Water Management Institute, Lao People's Democratic Republic; 2: Kyoto University, Japan; 3: International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC


The Necessity to Consider the Complexities Inherent within Pluralistic Legal Systems When Introducing Domestic Property Law Reform – The Case of Sri Lanka

Anne C Pickering

University of Queensland, Australia


Endogenous land privatization in rural Uganda: What are the implications for customary land governance and customary land dispute resolution policies?

Matt Kandel

SOAS, University of London, United States of America

2:00pm
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3:30pm
07-07: Community Rights for Environmental Benefit
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Alda Salomao, CENTRO TERRA VIVA, Mozambique
 

Successful Community Stewardship of Tropical Forests: Evidence from Community Forest Concessions in Petén, Guatemala

Dietmar Stoian1, Aldo Rodas2

1: Bioversity International, France; 2: Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Guatemala


Common Benefits: How Community Tenure Is Facilitating investment in the Commons for Inclusive Growth

Steven Lawry1, Sophia Gnych1, Iliana Monterroso1, Anukram Adhikary2

1: Center for International Forestry Research; 2: ForestAction, Nepal


Land Rights, Inclusive Development and Benefit Sharing To Achieve CO2 Emissions Reductions

Christopher Tanner1, Alda Salamao2

1: MOKORO, United Kingdom; 2: Centro Terra Viva, Maputo, Mozambique


Foreign Investments to Support Forestry In Mexico as a Means of Increasing Resiliency

Lauren Cooper, Emily Huff

Michigan State University, United States of America

3:45pm
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5:15pm
08-07: Native Title and Land Registration
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Camilla Toulmin, Lancaster University/IIED, United Kingdom
 

“Amazonas Dialog Forum”: Land Governance and Traditional Populations Rights in Brazilian Amazon

Andre Tomasi, Josinaldo Aleixo, Ailton Dias

Instituto Internacional de Educação do Brasil, Brazil


Property Rights in Indigenous Communities in Canada: Factors Affecting Leasehold and Certificate of Possession Values

Steven Rogers, Ceilidh Ballantyne, Erin Tompkins, Brian Ballantyne

Natural Resources Canada


Treaties and Land Governance - Whose Land is it Anyway?

Raelene Webb

National Native Title Tribunal, Australia


Democracy & Communities: Catching Up with Changing Community Land Governance Around the World

Liz Alden Wily

independent, Kenya


 
Date: Thursday, 22/Mar/2018
8:30am
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10:00am
09-07: How can Pastoral Systems Keep up with Changing Conditions?
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Fiona Flintan, International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia
 

Land and resource governance in pastoralist systems: It’s not all about boundaries and property rights

Lance W. Robinson1, Enoch Ontiri1, Stephen S. Moiko2, Tsegaye Alemu3, Nizam Husen Abdu1

1: International Livestock Research Institute, Kenya; 2: ADIS-University of Nairobi; 3: College of Development Studies, Department of Environment and Development, Addis Ababa University


The Strategic Use of Private Property: Investigating the Tenure-Use Gap in Kenya's Rangelands

Christopher Wade1, Jon D. Unruh2

1: International Organization for Migration (IOM-The UN Migration Agency); 2: McGill University, Department of Geography


Formalizing Pastoral Land Rights in Ethiopia: A Breakthrough in Oromia National Regional State

Solomon Bekure Woldegiorgis1, Tigistu Gebremeskel2, Abebe Mulatu1, Alehegne Dagnew1, Zemen Haddis3, Dejene Negassa Debsu1

1: TetraTech ARD, Ethiopia; 2: Ministry of Agriculture, Ethiopia; 3: USAID Ethiopia/Mission

10:30am
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12:00pm
10-07: Increasing Tenure Security in Pastoral Systems
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Peter Veit, World Resources Institute, United States of America
 

The Role of Pastoralists' Tenure Security In Sustainable Land Management; Evidence From West Pokot, Kenya

Deborah Muricho1, David Otieno1, Willis Kosura1, Magnus Jistrom2

1: University of Nairobi, Kenya, Kenya; 2: Lund University, Sweden


Do Mongolian’s need a contract on rangeland?

Uyanga Batbold, Eneral Batsaikhan, Bastsagaan Myagmarjav

Green ecology, Mongolia


Regional Innovations For Diverse Tenure Systems Of Pasture Land In Central Asia

Ykhanbai Khijaba1, Abdumalik Egemberdiev2, Kuralay Karibaeva3, Shoh Sharif4, Sairagul Tazhibaeva5

1: Environment and development Association JASIL, Mongolia; 2: National Pasture Users Association "Kyrgyz Jayiti", Kyrgyzstan; 3: Institute Ecology for Sustainable Development, Kazakhstan; 4: National Association of Dekhan Farmers, Tajikistan; 5: Kyrgyzs Association of Forest and Land Users, Kyrgyzstan


Assessment Of Different Land Tenure Systems And Their Respective Effects on Rangeland Governance in South Tunisia: an application of the Bayesian Belief Network (BBN) approach.

Aymen Frija1, Mongi Sghaier2, Boubaker Dhehibi1, Mohamed Jaouad2, Monther Fetoui2, Mohamed Naffeti2

1: ICARDA, Jordan, Hashemite Kingdom of; 2: IRA, Institut des Régions Arides de Médenine, Tunisia

2:00pm
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3:30pm
11-07: Valuing Unregistered Land
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Lawrence Walters, Brigham Young University, United States of America
 

Earth Observation For Land Titling And Land Value Estimations

Juan Manuel Murguia Baysse1, Brisa Rejas Galindo1, Stephania Zabala2, Niels Wielaard2, Anna Burzykowska3, Eva Haas4, Remco Dost5, Lucas De Oto6

1: Inter-American Development Bank, Bolivia; 2: Satelligence, The Netherlands; 3: European Space Agency, Italy; 4: Geoville, Austria; 5: eLEAF, The Netherlands; 6: University of Twente, The Netherlands


RICS Research Valuation of Unregistered Land – The Reality of Functioning Informal Land and Property Markets in Ghana, Peru & Indonesia

James Kavanagh1, Mike McDermott2, Franklin Obeng-Odoom3

1: RICS, United Kingdom; 2: International Land Policy, Australia; 3: University of Technology Sydney, Australia


Valuation of Unregistered Lands in Developing Countries: Challenges, Applications and Potential Impacts for Responsible Land Governance

Agatha Wanyonyi1, Michael McDermott2, Clarissa Augustinus3, Oumar Sylla1, Danilo Antonio1, Matt Myers4

1: UN-Habitat/GLTN, Kenya; 2: Global Property Advisory; 3: Private Consultant; 4: South Pacific Property Advisors


 
Date: Friday, 23/Mar/2018
9:00am
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10:30am
12-07: Fit-for-Purpose Technology for Cadastral Systems
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Brent Jones, Esri, United States of America
 

Fit-for-Purpose Technology for Cadastral Systems

Brent Jones

Esri, United States of America

11:00am
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12:30pm
13-07: Handbook for Geospatial Best Practices for Land Administration
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Stephen Calder, GIS/Transport, United States of America
 

Handbook for Geospatial Best Practices for Land Administration The Tools, Methodologies, Applications, and Rationales.

Stephen Calder

GIS/Transport, United States of America

1:30pm
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3:00pm
14-07: New Technology and Emerging Trends: The State of Play for Land Administration
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Kate Fairlie, Land Equity International, Australia
 

New Technology and Emerging Trends: The State of Play for Land Administration

Robin McLaren1, Kate Farlie2, Kathrine Kelm3, Giles D’Souza2

1: Know Edge Ltd, United Kingdom; 2: Land Equity International pty; 3: World Bank Group