Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 19/Mar/2018
  00-21: Disclaimer

Please note that this a draft program. The sessions below are still subject to changes in time and location at the discretion of the conference organizers.

Posters on display all day
Location: MC Atrium
 
9:30am
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10:30am
00-01: Improving generation & access to land related data from different sources
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Tim Fella, ESRI, United States of America
 

Using high resolution imagery to reliably generate building footprints at scale: Current technology and potential applications

Jeremy Hale

DigitalGlobe, United States of America


Linking building footprints with cadastral and tax data in Lusaka: Implications for Zambia and beyond

Kelvin Chibangula2, Daniel Ayalew Ali1, Trevor Kaunda2, Klaus Deininger1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Ministry of Land and Natural Resources, Zambia


Urban Thematic Exploitation Platform - Supporting Sustainable Urban Development with Big Data from Space

Christoph Aubrecht

European Space Agency (ESA) & The World Bank, United States of America


New Opportunities for Using the Cloud to Improve Data Access and Analysis

Michael Lokshin

World Bank, United States of America

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee Break: Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby and Preston Lounge
11:00am
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12:30pm
00-02: Combining data from different sources to quantify benefits from land interventions
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Innocent Matshe, African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), Kenya
 

Integrating Mapping into Household Surveys

Michael Lokshin

World Bank, United States of America


Fiscal and Productivity Losses from Inaccurate Land Rights in Malawi

Klaus Deininger, Fang Xia, Daniel Ali

World Bank, United States of America


Monitoring Performance and Impact of Sustainable Land Management projects in Ethiopia

Daniel Ayalew Ali, Klaus Deininger, Daniel Monchuk

World Bank, United States of America


Assessing the size of informal land cultivation and shadow market for agricultural commodities in Ukraine

Denys Nizalov1, Denis Bashlyk2

1: University of Kent/ KEI at KSE, United Kingdom; 2: Stategeocadastre, Ukraine

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch: Lunch
Location: Front Lobby and Preston Lounge
2:00pm
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3:30pm
00-03: Using land use data to predict differences in poverty: New evidence and implications for policy
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Roy Van der Weide, The World Bank, United States of America
 

Using spatial data to generate small area estimates of poverty and population: Initial lessons

David Locke Newhouse

The World Bank, United States of America


Generating a Global Map of Sub-national Poverty Estimates

Joao Pedro Wagner De Azevedo

The World Bank, United States of America

00-04: Can block chains strengthen tenure security and facilitate service delivery?
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Sigrid Johannisse, Embassy of the Netherlands, United States of America

webex

 

Block Chains and Smart Contracts

Josephus van Erp

Maastricht University, Netherlands, The


Block chains in the Netherlands

Jacob Vos

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


Development of cadastral system in Ukraine: blockchain initiatives

Denis Bashlyk, Oleksandr Kolotilin

Stategeocadastre, Ukraine

00-05: Review white paper land administration data standardization
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Cornelis de Zeeuw, Kadaster, Netherlands, The
 

Opening remarks

Trevor Taylor

OGC, United States of America


Open Geospatial Consortium Draft White Paper on Land Administration

Christiaan Lemmen1, Peter Van Oosterom2, Mohsen Kalantari3, Eva-Maria Unger4, Cornelis De Zeeuw4

1: Kadaster and University of Twente, The Netherlands; 2: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 3: University of Melbourne, Australia; 4: Kadaster, The Netherlands

3:30pm
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4:15pm
Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby and Preston Lounge
4:30pm
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6:00pm
00-11: Conference Opening: Cities, Land Use and Property Rights
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Ede Jorge Ijjasz-Vasquez, The World Bank, United States of America
 

Cities, Land Use and Property Rights

Edward Glaeser

Harvard University, United States of America


Discussant

Anacláudia Rossbach

Cities Alliance, Brazil


Discussant

Robert Lewis-Lettington

UN-HABITAT, Kenya

4:35pm
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6:00pm
Overflow Room
Location: Overflow rooms: Preston Lounge; MC13-121
Date: Tuesday, 20/Mar/2018
8:00am
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6:00pm
Posters on display all day; Presenters available 12-2 PM and 5.30-6 PM or contact by email
Location: MC Atrium
8:30am
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10:00am
01-01: How to encourage producer-level companies to address land tenure risks?
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Chloe Christman
 

Implementation of Land Rights Commitments Through Suppliers

Andrew Slight

PepsiCo, United States of America


A Multi-stakeholder Approach to Addressing Land Tenure Risk Through the Supply Chain

Donald Bryson Ogden

Rights and Resources Initiative, United States of America


Opportunities in Private Sector Engagement and Action on Land Rights

Joan Carling

Indigenous Peoples Major Group for the SDGs, United States of America


Implementing Land Rights Commitments Across Company Operations

Laura Eshbach

Landesa, United States of America

01-02: Land policies to improve Ukraine's local governance & economic performance
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Anthony A. Gaeta

VC connection Ukr

 

Harnessing Ukraine's Economic Potential through Open Land Markets: Current Status and Next Steps

Maksym Martynyuk

Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food, Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine


Capitalizing on Land Reform's Investment Potential by Ensuring Credit Access for Small Farmers: Challenges and Prospects

Leah Soroka, Vahe Vardanyan

World Bank, United States of America


Legal and Administrative Measures to Protect Land Rights against Multiple Challenges

Olena Sukmanova

Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, Ukraine


Using Monitoring Results to Take Ukraine's Land Governance to the Next Level

Oleksandr Kolotilin, Liudmyla Shemelynets

State Service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre, Ukraine


Linking Land Cadaster and Registry of Rights: Institutional Challenges and Technical Solutions

Stanislav Lurie

State Enterprise "National Information Systems", Ukraine


Helping Ukraine complete its journey towards transparency in the land sector

Klaus Deininger1, Denys Nizalov2

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: University of Kent/ KEI at KSE, United Kingdom

01-03: Land governance and poverty alleviation in China
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Pushpam Kumar
 

A New Wave of Land Reforms in China: Conceptual Issues, Initial Evidence, and Avenues for Future Research

Songqing Jin

Zhejiang University, China, People's Republic of


Targeted Poverty Alleviation in China since 2013: Central Government’s Plan and Typical Local Practices

Yurui Li

Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, China, People's Republic of


Targeted Poverty Alleviation and Land Policy Innovation in China: From Theory to Practices

Yang Zhou

Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, People's Republic of

01-04: Raising Awareness and Supporting Land Networks
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Stephanie Burgos
 

Improving land governance and increasing women’s access and control over land through collective actions – the case of Pernambuco

Patricia Maria Queiroz Chaves

Espaço Feminista, Brazil


The Untold Story – How Media Coverage Can Change The Narrative On Land And Property Rights

Astrid Zweynert

Thomson Reuters Foundation, United Kingdom


Using spatial data tools to support the development and sustainability of social land concessions for the landless or land-poor in Cambodia

Try Thy, Punwath Prum, David Hindley

Open Development Cambodia (ODC), Cambodia


Land Corruption in Africa: Secure Tenure Rights and Engage Local Communities

Jean Brice Tetka1, Annette Jaitner1, Michael Okai2, Bienvenu Tsivozahy3

1: Transparency International-Secretariat, Germany; 2: Transparency International-Ghana; 3: Transparency International-Madagascar

01-05: Lessons from Public-Private Partnerships in Land Administration
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Virgilio delos Reyes
 

An Assessment of PPPs in Land Administration: Development of a Set of Pre-requisites for Effective PPP Implementation

John Meadows, Kate Fairlie, Daniel Paez, Tony Burns

Land Equity International, Australia


Engaging the Private Sector: A Taxonomy of Real Problems Faced by Industry That Can Be Addressed by Improved Land Management Systems

Philip Edgar Auerswald1,2, Gitanjali Swamy2,3

1: George Mason University, United States of America; 2: Zilla Global LLC; 3: Iotask LLC


Contracting out services for land regularization. The new roles of the private sector in land administration

Victor Endo1, Luis Triveno2, Enrique Pantoja2

1: Land Alliance, Peru; 2: World Bank, USA


Conceptual Design of a Private Investment Scorecard for Land Administration in Developing Countries

Daniel Paez1, Tony Burns2

1: Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; 2: Land Equity International

01-06: Tools for Responsible Agro Investment
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Kathryn Elizabeth Mathias
 

Benefits Sharing Model on Large Scale Investment in Land: A Case of Large Scale Investment in Tanzania

Mbaraka Stambuli

Ministry of Lands Housing and Human Settlements Development, Land Tenure Support Programme (LTSP), Tanzania


Identifying Community Membership in Collective Land Tenure: Exploring Linkages and Sharing Experiences in the Case of River Cess County in Liberia

Ali Kaba

The Sustainable Development Institute (SDI)


Innovative Mechanisms For Better Responsible In Large-Scale Land Based Investment In Agriculture And Forestry Development In Vietnam

Nguyen Anh Phong1, Pham Quang Tu2, Ta Thu Trang1

1: Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam; 2: OXFAM Vietnam


Towards Responsible Agricultural Investment in Lao PDR: a study of agribusiness experiences

Justine Morven Sylvester

GIZ, Lao People's Democratic Republic

01-07: Boundary Demarcation and Territorial Governance
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Melchiade Bukuru
 

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

01-08: Challenges of Urban Expansion
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Patrick Lamson-Hall
 

Transitions to land tenure rights based on the ‘living customary law’: innovations to secure land rights in peri-urban areas of sub-Saharan Africa

Emaculate Ingwani1, Simon Bekker2

1: University of Venda, South Africa; 2: Stellenbosch University


Institutional Framework and Access to Land in Peri-urban Tanzania: A Perspective from Actors

Said Nuhu

Ardhi University, Tanzania


Planning rural areas in an urbanized world: Critical issue for Colombia

Margarita María Varón Perea1, Javier Caropresse1, Andres Mejía1, Angela Penagos2

1: Colombia Rural, Colombia; 2: RIMISP, Colombia

01-09: Towards Effective and Participatory Land Use Planning
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Jes Weigelt
 

Development Control in Practice: Protection of Agricultural Land in Kosovo

Shkelqim Daci1, Servet Spahiu2

1: GIZ, Kosovo; 2: Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning


Reframing Local Land Use Planning Methods and Tools In South West Cameroon as a Foundation for Secure Tenure, Sustainable and Equitable Rural Development, and REDD+

Tim Fomete3, James Acworth2, Arnaud Afana1, Richard Sufo3, Jos Bonnemaijer2, Uchendu Chigbu7, Harrison Ajebe4, Patrick Epie5, Massimiliano Rossi5, Thomas Sembres6, Pascal Douard3

1: Ministry of Economy, Plan and Territorial Management (MINEPAT); 2: LTS international; 3: Rainbow Environment Consult; 4: Ajemalebu Self Help (AJESH); 5: Rainforest Foundation UK; 6: European Forest Institute (EFI); 7: Technical University of Munich (TUM)


The "Where?" in Participatory Local Land Use Planning: A Web Mapping Approach in South-West Cameroon

James Acworth1, Thomas Maschler2, Tim Fomete6, Harrison Ajebe5, Pascal Douard7, William Apted1, Simone Vaccari1, Johannes Pirker8, Charlotte Wilczok3, Robert Kringel3, Patrick Epie4, Samuel Dieval4, Richard Sufo6, Patrice Nsegbe9

1: LTS international; 2: World Resources Institute (WRI); 3: German Federal Geosciences Institute (BGR); 4: Rainforest Foundation UK (RFUK); 5: Ajemalebu Self Help (AJESH); 6: Rainbow Environment Consult; 7: European Forest Institute (EFI); 8: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); 9: Ministry of Economy, Planning and Regional Development (MINEPAT), Cameroon


A Tool for Ensuring Policy Impacting Research Results in Land Use Land Cover and Land use Planning

John Kalisa

World Bank Group, Rwanda


Village by Village, Map by Map: Lessons for One Map Implementation - Affecting Synergies Between Villages, Regulatory and Administrative Structures, Through an Interconnected, Participatory and Community Centred-Approach to Village Boundary Settings (VBS) in Indonesia.

Dhyana Paramita

Abt Associates, Indonesia

01-10: Impact Evaluation of Land Registration
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Jennifer Lisher
 

Community Land Protection in Liberia: The Impact on Neocustomary Norms and Institutions

Alexandra Hartman1, Kate Marple-Cantrell2, Heather Huntington2, Adi Greif2

1: University College London, Political Science; 2: The Cloudburst Group, United States of America


Does Tenure Reform Influence Household Food Security?

Nining Liswanti, Esther Mwangi, Michael Ndwiga, Tuti Herawati, Anne Larson, Iliana Monterosso

Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia


Silver Bullets or Shooting Blanks: Estimating the Impact of Formal Land Property Rights on Economic Development in Rural Colombia.

Camilo Pardo1, Kurt Birson2

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


Rural property rights and migration: evidence from Ethiopia.

Sebastian Kriticos

The London School of Economics, United Kingdom

01-11: Blockchain Technology in Land Administration: Use Cases
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Fredrik Zetterquist
 

The Swedish Land Registry Blockchain Project: Update and Implications for Modernizing Land Registration Systems

Henrik Hjelte, Todd Miller

ChromaWay, United States of America


Dubai Real Estate Block Chain

Khalifa Alsuwaidi

Dubai Land Department, United Arab Emirates- Emirates Real Estate Solutions


Blockchain and Land: Proof of Concept

Aanchal Anand1, Stela Mocan1, Yasemin Palta1, Peter Zhou1, Mahesh Karajgi1, Rumyana Tonchovska2

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Food and Agriculture Organization


Blockchain - Georgian Experience Phase II

Papuna Ugrekhelidze, Elene Grigolia

National Agency of Public Registry Ministry of Justice of Georgia, Georgia

01-12: Strategies to Strengthen Womens' Land Rights
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Janet Walsh
 

Gender Gap In Ownership To Agricultural Land In Rural Tanzania: Implications to Wealth Distribution

Sophia Kongela

ARDHI UNIVERSITY, Tanzania


Gender and Land Tenure Security in Gusii Kenya: Improving Household welfare through land Rights

Dolphine Kwamboka Isinta, Michael Flitner

Bremen University, Germany


Enhancing Women’s Land Rights Under Customary Tenure Through Issuance Of Certificates Of Customary Ownership And Communal Land Associations

Dorcas Wagima Okalany, Naome Kabanda

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Uganda


Gender-disaggregated data: A key prerequisite for realizing women’s land rights in Africa

Fridah Wanjiku Githuku1, Dickson Njunge1, Michelle McLinden-Nuijen2

1: GROOTS Kenya; 2: LANDac/ Utrecht University, Netherlands, The

01-13: Creating Momentum for Land Policy Change
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Margaret Rugadya
 

Introducing WOLTS: Action-oriented research on women’s land tenure security in Mongolia and Tanzania

Elizabeth Daley1, Kristina Lanz1, Yansanjav Narangerel2, Amani Mhinda3, Zoe Driscoll1, Natsagdorj Lkhamdulam2, Joyce Ndakaru3, Jim Grabham1

1: Mokoro Ltd, United Kingdom; 2: People Centered Conservation (PCC), Mongolia; 3: HakiMadini, Tanzania


Nested Interconnection: Transgressing Community-Based Natural Resource Management towards Innovating Collective Landscape Mobilization

Ratchada Arpornsilp1,2, Rawee Thaworn2

1: Cornell University (CU), United States of America; 2: The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC), Thailand


Using Data to Support Women’s Rights: Property Markets and Housing Rights through a Gender Equity Lens

Sylvia Luchini, Karly Kiefer, Bill Endsley

IHC Global, United States of America


Sharing Evaluation Findings with Community Stakeholders

Kate Marple-Cantrell

The Cloudburst Group, United States of America

     
10:00am
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10:30am
Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby
10:30am
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12:00pm
02-01: Land in an interconnected world: Whose land? Whose Agenda?
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Ibrahim Mwathane

Translation

 

Setting the agenda for Government’s catalytic role in Democratic Republic of Congo: harnessing land resources for development

Lumeya Dhu Maleghi

Ministère des Affaires Foncières, Congo, Democratic Republic of the


The Role of Customary Authorities in Facilitating Governance

Drani Stephen Izakare

Madi Community


Developing requisite capacities for land governance in Africa

Paul Tchawa

University of Yaoundé 1, Cameroon


Secured Land Rights and Sustainable Agricultural Investments

Harison Randriarimanana

Presidency in charge of Agriculture and Livestock, Madagascar


Envision Integrated Land Use Policy and Planning to Enahanced Land Governance in Ethiopia: Practice and Challenges

Ato Belete Tafere

Prime Minister Office, Ethiopia


Putting It All together: Whose Land? Whose Agenda?

Joan Kagwanja

UNECA, Ethiopia

02-02: Using Land Registries to Prevent Money-Laundering
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Nicolás Nogueroles

webex

 

The Fight to Eliminate Fraud, Corruption, Tax Avoidance and Evasion in Land Administration

David Laurence Magor

Institute of Revenues Rating and Valuation, United Kingdom


Land Registries, Fraud and Money Laundering

Nicolás Nogueroles1, Jan Moerkerke2, Jacques Vos3, Luis Alberto Aliaga Huaripata4, Eduardo Martinez5, Oscar Rodriguez6

1: IPRA-CINDER (International Property Registries Association), Spain; 2: ELRA (European Land Registries Association)Belgium; 3: Kadaster Holland; 4: Tribunal Registral de Peru; 5: Colegio de Registradores Spain; 6: Registro Nacional de Costa Rica


Fraud And Money Laundering in the Land Registry of Costa Rica

Oscar Rodríguez Sánchez

Registro Nacional, Costa Rica


European Directives and the Role of the Land and Business Registries Against Money Laundering and Terrorism

Carmen Miquel

IPRA-CINDER, Spain


Fraud Prevention Through the Key Registries in Netherland

Jacob Vos

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


Money Laundering in Peru, Preventive Measures and Fight From the Public Registries

Luis Alberto Aliaga Huaripata

Superintendencia Nacional de los Registros Publicos, Peru


How to Fight Fraud by Double Sales and Overlapping Registration of Real Property in A Simple Way - the Belgian Example

Jan Moerkerke

ELRA - European Land Registry Association, Belgium

02-03: Harnessing New Technology for Land Data Capture & Management
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Rohan Bennett
 

Scalable Platform Based On Open Source For Land Administration Systems

Sergiy Lizenko, Maksym Kalyta, Vasyl Melnychuk

Innola Solutions, Inc., United States of America


Harmonizing Laws and Regulations with New Technologies and Innovations in Land Administration

Tarek Zein

Hansa Luftbild AG, Germany


Interconnected Donors: Sustainable Development from Pilot to Delivery at Scale

Kent Johan Ronny Nilsson1, Frank Pichel2, Maria Lodin3

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


Sharing Information to make better decisions about our World

Trevor Taylor

Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), United States of America

02-04: Leveraging the SDG Momentum and Monitoring Progress
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Jolyne Sanjak
 

Taking Land Governance Performance Monitoring To The Next Level: Towards a Uniform Vision For Data Standards

Lisette Mey, Neil Sorensen, Laura Meggiolaro

Land Portal Foundation


How People-Centered Land Monitoring can Contribute to the Realization of the SDGs and VGGTs – The case of ILC's Dashboard

Ward Anseeuw1, Eva Hershaw2

1: CIRAD / International Land Coalition, Italy; 2: International Land Coalition, Italy


Strengthening Global Coordination for Land Governance Monitoring and Data for Policy Decisions; Experiences from Global Land Indicators Initiative

Everlyne Nairesiae Lingoine

GLII/GLTN - UN Habitat


Land Governance and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Consolidating and Harmonizing Monitoring Initiatives

Neil Sorensen1, Laura Meggiolaro1, Romy Sato2

1: Land Portal Foundation, France; 2: Global Donor Working Group on Land

02-05: Resilient Housing for Resilient Cities
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Anna Wellenstein
 

Resilient Housing for Resilient Cities

Theresa Williamson

Catalytic Communities, Brazil


Do Families Want to Invest in Making Their Homes More Resilient?

Julie Abrams

MicroBuild Fund and Impact Investing Analytics, United States of America


Can We Actually Retrofit Homes? Does It Make Economic and Social Sense?

Elizabeth Ann Hausler

Build Change, United States of America


How Can We Leverage Technology to Identify Housing Units that Need Retrofitting at a Low-cost?

Sarah Antos

World Bank, United States of America

02-06: How Does Land Governance Affect Investors Risk Perceptions?
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Chris Jochnick
 

Deforestation Risks: Financial Costs and Tropical Agriculture Supply Chains

Gabriel Thoumi. CFA. FRM

Climate Advisers, United States of America


Facing Criticism: Responsibility, Large-Scale Land Acquisition, and its Critics

Tijo Salverda

University of Cologne, Germany


Land and Poverty through the prism of the Norwegian Investment Fund for Developing Countries: Sustainable development, Large Scale Land Based investments and its impacts on land rights, poverty alleviation and food security in Tanzania.

Maïmouna-Lise Pouye

University of Oslo, Norway


The First Biennial Investor Survey on Land Rights: Revealing the perceptions and practices of the private sector on land and resource issues and risks

Jeffrey Hatcher1, Sarah Lowery2, Daphne Yin1, Iris Dicke1, Michael Owen1, Yijia Chen3

1: Indufor North America, United States of America; 2: USAID; 3: Individual

02-07: Interventions for strengthening tenure security
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Abdu Muwonge
 

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

02-08: Approaches to Land Delivery for Urban Expansion
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Sue Bannister
 

Market-led Initiatives To Land Tenure Security In Ghana: Contribution Of Gated Communities

Richmond Juvenile Ehwi, Peter Tyler, Nicky Morrison

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom


Impact and Effectiveness of Urban Planning on City Spatial Development – A Case of Tanzania Secondary Cities

Chyi-Yun Huang1, Ally Hassan Namangaya2, MaryGrace Weber1, Isabel D Cantada1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Ardhi University, Tanzania


Impact of Litigation on the Real Estate Market in Mumbai

Sahil Gandhi1, Vaidehi Tandel2, Alex Tabarrok3, Shamika Ravi4

1: Tata Institute of Social Sciences; 2: IDFC Institute; 3: George Mason University; 4: Brookings India and Member, Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council

02-09: Linking Land Use to Tenure: Lessons From Brazil's CAR
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Bastiaan Philip Reydon
 

Environmental Rural Cadaster (CAR) in the Priority Municipalities for Deforestation Monitoring and Control in Amazonia, Brazil

Rejane Marques Mendes1, Bernardo de Araújo Moraes Trovão1, Janaína de Almeida Rocha1, Carlos Henrique Pires Luiz2, Leandro Meneguelli Biondo1, Carlos Eduardo Portella Sturm1, Ricardo Abad Meireles Mendonça3, Pedro de Almeida Salles1, Tatiana de Azevedo Branco Calçada1, Gustavo Henrique Oliveira1

1: Brazilian Forest Service / Ministry of the Environment; 2: Pro-Nature Foundation, Brazil; 3: German Agency for International Cooperation - GIZ


Rural environmental registry for traditional peoples and communities: Social participation and the history of enhancement of the module of registration

Gabriela Berbigier Gonçalves Guimarães Grisolia1, Janaina de Almeida Rocha1, Elisa de Siqueira2, Carlos Portella Sturm1, Rejane Marques Mendes1, Lilianna Gomes1

1: Ministry of Environment, Brazil; 2: GITEC-IGIP GmbH


FNDF Semi-arid Rural Environmental Registry Public Call: Experiences, Results and Perspectives

Lara Souto, Cristina Galvão Alves, Janaína Rocha

Brazilian Forest Service, Brazil

02-10: Efficiency and Growth Effects of Land Interventions
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Michael Toman
 

Legitimizing the State or a Grievance?: Land Restitution and Titling in Colombia

Jacob Kopas

Columbia University, United States of America


Land and Growth

Ejaz Ghani

World Bank, United States of America


Property Rights Reforms and Local Economic Development: Evidence from Mexico

Matthew Pecenco, Alain de Janvry, Elisabeth Sadoulet, Marco Gonzalez-Navarro

UC Berkeley, United States of America

02-11: Can Blockchain Technology support Land Administration?
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Marcela Villarreal
 

Blockchain, Real Estate, and Land Governance

Michael Graglia, Christopher Mellon

New America, United States of America


Blockchain Technology: The Safest Way For Better Land Governance?

Juan Pablo Soliz Molina

Thomson Reuters Bolivia s.r.l.


Evaluating the Use of Blockchain in Land Transactions: An Archival Science Perspective

Victoria Lemieux

The University of British Columbia, Canada


What Should We (Not) Do With Land Administration Data? The Risk Of Privatization And Blockchain`s Code As Law

Jacob Vos

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

02-12: Securing Women's Land Rights in Customary Systems
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Caleb Stevens
 

Women’s Land Rights as a Pathway to Poverty Reduction A Framework and Review of Available Evidence

Ruth Meinzen-Dick1, Agnes Quisumbing1, Cheryl Doss2, Sophie Theis1

1: IFPRI, United States of America; 2: Oxford University


Exploring Gender-Biased Customary Land Tenure Systems in Ghana: Results from Focus Groups with Men and Women Farmers in the Northern Region

Gina Rico Mendez, Kathleen Ragsdale, Mary R. Read-Wahidi

Social Science Research Center at Mississippi State University, United States of America


Ensuring Gender Mainstreaming in the Design and Implementation of REDD + Related Activities

Katharina Siegmann

World Bank, United States of America


Innovations in Securing Land and Resource Rights for the Poor and Women in Customary Settings: the Case of Chamuka Chiefdom, Zambia

Solomon Mkumbwa1, Morgan Kumwenda2, Farirai Shumba3, Helen Nyamweru Ndungu1, Oumar Sylla1, Danilo Antonio1

1: UN-HABITAT/GLTN, Kenya; 2: His Royal High Chief Chamuka IV, Chisamba, Zambia; 3: People’s Process on Housing and Poverty in Zambia

02-13: Implementing Land Administration Projects
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Rexford Ahene
 

Improved land registration in Plateau State and its impact on land market and government revenue

Solomon Hoomlong1, Gabriel Arancibia2, Chiemeka Ngwu3

1: Plateau Ministry of Lands, Survey and Town Planning, Nigeria; 2: Thomson Reuters, Canada; 3: Teqbridge Ltd., Nigeria


Meeting the Governance Challenges of Agriculture Land Registration in Nigeria

Austen Okumo, Regina Birner

Hohenheim University, Germany


Digital Cadastre with Manual Land Tenure Systems Scale-Up in Ethiopia

EskedarZelalem Mengistu1, Tigistu G/meskel2, Adam Podolcsak1, Bernd Eversmann1, Tommi Tenno1, Tarek Zein3, Yohannes Redda2

1: NIRAS Responsible And Innovative Land Administration(REILA_2) Projec In Ethiopia; 2: Ministry Of Agriculture and Natural Resource Rural Land Administration and Use Directorate; 3: Hanas Luftbild


Best Practice in Land Administration Project Implementation: Challenging Existing Orthodoxies in Customary Land Governance in Ghana

John Bugri

KNUST, Ghana

     
12:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Front Lobby and Preston Lounge
Women's caucus
Location: MC 6-100
 
12:30pm
-
2:00pm
00-12: Plenary: Using the SDGs to institutionalize reporting & analysis of land data
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Yongyi Min

VC with FAO - Rome

 

Enabling Gender-Disaggregated Reporting on Land Ownership and Use: How FAO Collaborates with Partners to Make It Possible

Pietro Gennari, Chiara Brunelli

FAO, Italy


Helping to Establish the Methodology for Country-level Data Collection on Key (Urban) Land Data Globally: The Role of UN Habitat

Aisa Kacyira, Robert Lewis-Lettington, Oumar Sylla

UN-HABITAT, Kenya


Moving SDG indicators 1.4.2. & 5.a.1 to tier I: Why and how

Gero Carletto, Klaus Deininger, Thea Hilhorst, Wael Zakout

World Bank, United States of America

2:00pm
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3:30pm
03-01: Urban Development: Rebuild and Plan Ahead
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Patrick Lamson-Hall
 

Making Room for Urban Expansion in Colombia

Nicolas Galarza

New York University, United States of America


Making Room for Urban Expansion in Ethiopia

Bizualem Admasu Nesir

Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, Ethiopia


Using Land Value Capture in Transport Oriented Development in Cape Town

Craig John Kesson

City of Cape Town, South Africa


Urban Growth Scenarios: Perspectives from Jordan, Indonesia, Côte d'Ivoire and Mexico

Ricardo Ochoa Sosa, Tania Guerrero Ríos, Carmen Valdez Berriozábal, Guillermo Velasco Rodríguez

CAPSUS S.C.


Evaluating the Impacts of the Dar es Salaam BRT System

Gharad Bryan3, Melanie Morten2, Bilal Siddiqi1

1: World Bank; 2: Stanford University; 3: London School of Economics

03-02: Towards more evidence-based land sector engagement in Africa
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Michael Kirk
 

Charting new ground: Towards an evidence-based approach to capitalize on Africa's land resources

Klaus Deininger

World Bank, United States of America


Reaping the Dividends of an Improved Land Administration System in Rwanda: A Post-land Tenure Regularisation Reflection

Emmanuel Nkurunziza

Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development (RCMRD), Kenya


Improving land taxation in Africa: Practical ways for moving ahead

Riel Franzsen

African Tax Institute, University of Pretoria


Improving Africa's Analytical Capacity on Land

Innocent Matshe

African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), Kenya

03-03: Increasing own-source revenue generation via improving land records
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Roland White
 

Property Tax Reform

Rajul Awasthi

World Bank, United States of America


Land Taxes: An Opportunity to Make Urbanization Self-financing

Michael Blake

International Growth Centre, United Kingdom


The Potential for Taxing Urban Vacant Land in Kampala, Uganda

Astrid Haas, Mihaly Kopanyi

International Growth Centre, Uganda


Harnessing Zambia’s Land Potential

Joseph Minango, Kelvin Chibangula

Ministry of Land and Natural Resources, Zambia

03-04: Harnessing the Benefits from a NSDI: Country Cases
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Maurice Barbieri
 

Measuring Geospatial Maturity; a First Step Towards Sensible, Sustainable and Resilient Investment

John David Kedar, Neil Dewfield, James Darvill, Kimberley Worthy

Ordnance Survey, United Kingdom


Spatial Data Infrastructure Diagnostic Tool - Partnerships for Implementation

Rumyana Tonchovska1, Kathrine Kelm2, Peter ter Haar3

1: Food and Agriculture Organisation of the UN, Italy; 2: World Bank, USA; 3: Senior Geospatial Consultant


Open Data and Spatial Data Infrastrcuture Develpment in Moldova

Ovdii Maria

Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre of Moldova, Moldova


SERBIAN NSDI DIGITAL PLATFORM: „Collect. Connect. Create.“ — Our words for the future

Darko Vucetic, Borko Draskovic, Nemanja Paunic, Miroslav Hrcan

Republic Geodetic Authority, Serbia


The legal component, one of the key segments for NSDI development in Republic of Macedonia

Sonja Dimova

Agency for Real Estate Cadastre, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of

03-05: Francophone Regional Panel: Bottom Up Land Administration
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Sarah Hayes
 

The Challenges of Multi-Level and Multi-Stakeholder Land Tenure Projects - The case of Burundi - Abstract

Irutingabo Jean Pierre, David Betge, Andrew Lippett

ZOA INTERNATIONAL-BURUNDI, Burundi


Contribution Of Pngt2-3 To the Generalization Of The Application Of Law 034-2009 / An On The Burkina Faso Rural Land Regime: Success - Insufficiency And Lessons Learned

Moussa Ouedraogo1, Issifou Ganou1, Suleymane Nassa2

1: Observatoire National du Foncier au Burkina Fas; 2: Deuxième Programme National de Gestion des Terroirs


Côte d’Ivoire The Implementation Of The Rural Land Ownership Law

Jean-Philippe Lestang1, David Loue2, Gerard Paillat3, Franck-Yves Dabin1,3

1: GEOFIT, France; 2: Agence foncière rurale (AFOR).; 3: CETIF


Scaling-up Effective Land Administration in Urban DRC: A Case Study of a Pilot Project in Beni, North Kivu.

Lobo Ngumba Aime1, Serges Kakule Vutegha1, Gracien Ahadi Senzeru1, Kahindo Mwirima Nicole1, Kyle Hamilton1, Oumar Sylla2, Danilo Antonio2, Armand Ndilmbaye2, Christol Paluku2

1: UN-Habitat/Global Land Tool Network; 2: Université Chrétienne Bilingue du Congo (UCBC)

03-06: Can Supply Chain Management Help Improve Land Governance?
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Mario Cerutti
 

Leveraging Big Data to Promote Sustainable Supply Chains: The Case of Paraguay’s Beef Sector

Ryan Sarsfield2, Peter Veit2, Matt Sommerville1

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


Can Consumer-Led Initiatives Reinforce Government Action To Arrest Tropical Deforestation Driven By Industrial Agriculture?

Arthur Blundell

Natural Capital Advisors, United States of America


Multi-level public-private governance arrangements for sustainable palm oil in Indonesia

Pablo Pacheco

Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Indonesia


Are Sustainable Pathways Possible for Oil Palm Development in Latin America?

Colombine Lesage1,2,3, Laurène Feintrenie3,4,5

1: ENSAIA, Nancy, France.; 2: Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France.; 3: CIRAD - Forests and Societies research unit, Montpellier, France.; 4: CATIE, Turrialba, Costa Rica.; 5: ICRAF, Lima, Peru.

03-07: Community-Led Land Governance
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Esther Mwangi
 

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

03-08: The Link Between Planning and Urban Expansion
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Luis Triveno
 

Enabling Market to Deliver Affordable Urban Land and Housing at Scale: What Can We Learn and Adapt from China to Ethiopia?

Yan Zhang1, Ambachew Mekonenn2, Abebe Zeluel2, Peter Ellis1, Abebaw Alemayehu1, Isabel Cantada1, Abuye Aneley2

1: World Bank; 2: The Ministry of Urban Development and Housing


Land Use Problems and Land Management: A Land Inventory Study in Istanbul

Nihat Enver Ulger1,3, Selcuk Aydemir2, Can Iban3, Hakan Akbulut2

1: Avrasya Land Management and Urban Regeneration Strategy Development Center, Istanbul - Turkey; 2: Emlak Konut Real Estate Investment Trust, Turkey; 3: Okan University, Geomatics Engineering Department, Turkey


Spatial Planning Beyond Boundaries

Georg Jahnsen Jahnsen, Felix Knopf, Elke Matthaei, Abhishek Agarwal, Sumana Chatterjee, Tanaya Saha, Shriman Narayan

GIZ, India

03-09: Implementing Land Consolidation in Practice
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Morten Hartvigsen
 

Improving Land Management By Introducing The Achievements Gained Through Pilot Projects

Dragana Godjevac Obradovic

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Directorate for Agricultural Land, Serbia


Making Land Consolidation Feasible in the Western Balkans - Establishing a Focal Sub-Regional Expert Hub

Michael Becker

GIZ - Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit, Kosovo


An Evaluation Of Land Consolidation Practices And Impact Assessment Of Projects: A Case Study Of Beyazaltin Village Land Consolidation Project In Eskisehir Province, Turkey

Metin Turker1, Harun Tanrivermis2

1: General Directorate; 2: Ankara University


Land Consolidation in Kosovo, Constrains and Difficulties

Pranvera Alshiqi Maloku

Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Gmbh, Kosovo


InteGra Powered PRIDE(TM)s - Resolving the problem of land fragmentation and enhancing crop productivity

Chanchal Pramanik, Srinivasu Pappula, Sudhakara Ganesh, Navin Twarakavi, Ravinkumar S, Richa Hukumchand, Avil Saunshi

Tata Consultancy Services, India

03-10: Impact Urban Land Reform on Affordable Housing
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Eric Heikkila
 

Land Tenure Systems and Urban Land Use: theory, and evidence from Kampala City

Julia Bird, Tony Venables

University of Oxford, United Kingdom


Understanding Housing Consumption Behavior Across The Formal And Informal Land Market Divide: Econometric Estimations And Household Views From Metropolitan Buenos Aires

Cynthia Goytia1, Robin Rajack2

1: Harvard University and Torcuato Di Tella University, Argentine Republic; 2: Inter American Development Bank


The Brazilian Housing Program - Minha Casa Minha Vida – Effect on Urban Sprawl

Ciro Biderman, Frederico Roman Ramos, Martha Hanae Hiromoto

Fundacao Getulio Vargas - Sao Paulo, Brazil


Housing at the Centre of Urban Policies: The Case of Peru

Emilio Matuk1, Luis Triveno2

1: 29x55, Peru; 2: World Bank

03-11: Framing Standards to Anticipate Tomorrow's Technologies
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Trevor Taylor
 

The Need For Technology And Approaches Of Tomorrow

Cornelis de Zeeuw, Christiaan Lemmen

Kadaster, Netherlands, The


Megatrends Shaping the Future Cadastral Systems

Kirsikka Riekkinen1,2, Pauliina Krigsholm2,1

1: Aalto University, Finland; 2: National Land Survey of Finland


Innovations in Land Data Governance: Unstructured Data, NoSQL, Blockchain, and Big Data Analytics Unpacked

Rohan Bennett, Mark Pickering, Jason Sargent

Swinburne Business School, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia


Future National Geospatial Agencies: Shaping Their Contribution To Society And The Sustainable Development Goals

John David Kedar, Kimberley Worthy, James Darvill, Victoria Giddings

Ordnance Survey, United Kingdom

03-12: Making Land Institutions more Gender Sensitive
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Katia Araujo
 

Women's Land Rights and Food Security in Kenya: Challenges and Opportunities

Muriuki Muriungi1, Patricia Kameri-Mbote2

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


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

1: LANDESA, United States; 2: Land Governance Support Activity , Liberia; 3: Women’s NGO Secretariat of Liberia, Liberia; 4: Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia, Liberia


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


Customary land tenurein matrilineal societies of Tanzania: Does inheritance matter?Experience from Morogoro rural district

Jenesta Urassa

Ardhi University, Tanzania

03-13: Models for Land Administration Cases
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Ibrahim Mwathane
 

After the Title? Building a Multi-Stakeholder Platform in Support of Territorial Governance in Honduras

Roman Alvarez1, Enrique Pantoja2, Fernando Galeana3, Mary Lisbeth Gonzalez2

1: Property Institute; 2: The World Bank; 3: Cornell University


Sustainability Of Land Use And Land Tenure Systems: A Case Study Of Polatli District In Ankara Province, Turkey

Yesi̇m Ali̇efendi̇oglu, Harun Tanrıvermiş

Ankara University


Formalising Land Rental Transactions in Ethiopia – Is Land Certification enough?

Christina Mayr1, Ignacio Fiestas1, John Leckie2

1: Nathan Associates, United Kingdom; 2: DAI, United Kingdom


Securing Customary Land Rights For Development In Namibia: Learning From New Approaches, Opportunities And Social Settings.

Prisca Mandimika1, Jericho Mulofwa2

1: Ministry of Land Reform, Namibia; 2: Ministry of Land Reform - Project for Communal Land Development.

03-14: Roundtable: Land sector impact evaluations
Location: MC 2-850
Chair: Harold Liversage
 

Opening Remarks

Oumar Sylla

UN-Habitat, Kenya


Guidelines for Impact Evaluation of Land Tenure and Governance Interventions

Jennifer Lisher

Millennium Challenge Corporation, United States of America


Discussant

Heather Huntington

Cloudburst Consulting Group, United States of America


Discussant

Michael O'Sullivan

World Bank, United States of America


Discussant

Caleb Stevens

USAID, United States of America


Discussant

Jolyne Sanjak

Landesa, United States of America

   
3:30pm
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3:45pm
Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby
3:45pm
-
5:15pm
04-01: Land Value Capture to Finance Cities
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Valerie-Joy Santos
 

Creating Value to Capture It – Property Rights in Nairobi

Augustine Masinde Khaemba1, George Arwa2

1: Ministry of Land,Housing and Urban Development, Kenya; 2: Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning, Kenya


Land Value Capture in South Africa: Applicability and Constraints

Rob McGaffin

University of Cape Town, South Africa


Porto Maravilho: Creating Social and Economic Value through Revitalization of Rio de Janeiro’s Industrial Waterfront

Alberto Silva

UNHabitat, Brazil

04-02: Land Adminstration and Governance Performance Monitoring
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Klaus Deininger
 

Improving Coverage In A Challenging Environment: Evidence And Lessons From Kano

Malandi Umar Kura

Kano State Bureau for Land Management


Building a Unified Land Information System for All Tenure Types

Victorien D. Kougblenou

ANDF, Benin


Challenges And Benefits From Integrating Textual And Spatial Data

Oscar Rodríguez Sánchez

Registro Nacional, Costa Rica


From Diagnosis to Action: Using Monitoring Data to Improve Governance

Denys Nizalov1, Denis Bashlyk2

1: University of Kent/ KEI at KSE, United Kingdom; 2: Stategeocadastre


Real estate registration system in Dubai: leveraging innovation and the impact of data centralization

Sultan Alakraf

Dubai Land Department, United Arab Emirates

04-03: Building on the SDGs to Assist Countries Meeting Land Degradation Neutrality Goals
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Barbara Ryan
 

The SDG Indicator on Land Degradation Neutrality

Melchiade Bukuru

United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, United States of America


Forests, Trees and Agroforestry: contribution to Land Degradation Neutrality

Robert Nasi

CIFOR, Indonesia


Landscapes and Land Degradation Neutrality

Janet Ranganathan

World Resources Institute, United States of America


The Economics of Land Degradation Neutrality in Asia

Pushpam Kumar

UNEP, Kenya


Discussant

Gregory Scott

United Nations Statistics Division, United States of America

04-04: How Do Global Policies Support Local Change
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Christian Graefen
 

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

Wordsworth Odame Larbi

FAO, Ethiopia


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

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

1: Habitat for Humanity; 2: Cadasta


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

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


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

David Mitchell1, Darryn McEvoy1, Danilo Antonio2

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

04-05: Transforming Land Registration in Greece
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Chrysi Potsiou
 

Drawing on Best Practice to Assess the Geomaturity of a Country’s NSDI Using a Recent Example of the Work Undertaken in Greece

Alkiviadis Lamprou2, Dr. Vanessa Lawrence CB1,4, Georgios Papakyriakopoulos1, John Schonegevel3

1: The World Bank; 2: Ministry of Environment and Energy, Government of Greece; 3: New Frontiers Ltd; 4: Location International


A Model for Modernizing the Organization of Land Registration Systems

Georgios Papakyriakopoulos1, Dr. Vanessa Lawrence CB1,2, John Schonegevel3, Dr. Maria Zifou4, Alkiviadis Lamprou4

1: The World Bank; 2: Location International; 3: New Frontiers Ltd; 4: Ministry of Environment and Energy, Government of Greece


Understanding Business Planning for the Modernisation of a Land Registration System

Avgerinos Avgerinou – Panagiotou1, Dr Maria Zifou2, Alkiviadis Lamprou2, Georgios Papakyriakopoulos1, Dr Vanessa Lawrence CB1,3, John Schonegevel4

1: World Bank; 2: Ministry of Environment and Energy, Government of Greece; 3: Location International; 4: New Frontiers Ltd


Creating a Strategy for the Organisational Modernisation of a Land Registration System

Dr. Maria Zifou2, Alkiviadis Lamprou2, Georgios Papakyriakopoulos1, Avgerinos Avgerinou-Panagiotou1, Dr. Vanessa Lawrence CB1,3, John Schonegevel4

1: The World Bank; 2: Ministry of Environment and Energy, Government of Greece; 3: Location International; 4: New Frontiers Ltd


Understanding The ‘People Issues’ Of Organisationally Modernising a Land Registration System

Dr Vanessa Lawrence CB1,3, Dr Maria Zifou2, Alkiviadis Lamprou2, Georgios Papakyriakopoulos3, Avgerinos Avgerinou – Panagiotou3, John Stokes4

1: Location International; 2: Ministry of Environment and Energy, Government of Greece; 3: World Bank; 4: New Frontiers Ltd

04-06: Adressing Impact of Large Scale Land Investments
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Jean-Philippe Colin
 

From Abundance to Scarcity: Consequences of Large Scale Land Acquisitions in central Mali.

Camilla Toulmin

Lancaster University/IIED, United Kingdom


Bottlenecks and Opportunities to Generate Economic and Environmental Benefits out of Sustainable Forest Plantations in Mozambique

Andre Aquino, Joao Moura

World Bank, Mozambique


Labor Impacts of Large Agricultural Investments: focus on Mozambique, Kenya and Madagascar

Perrine Burnod1, Ward Anseeuw2, Sara Mercandalli3, Aurelien Reys4, Markus Giger5, Boniface Kiteme6, Tsilavo Ralandison7

1: French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD) and Malagasy Land Observatory, Madagascar; 2: CIRAD and International Land Coalition (ILC), Rome; 3: CIRAD and University of Pretoria, South Africa; 4: CIRAD, France; 5: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland; 6: CETRAD (Centre for Training and Integrated Research In ASAL Development), Kenya; 7: University of Kyoto, Japan


Legal Claim Making in Large-Scale Land Based Investments – Does it Help Affected Communities?

Annette Schramm

University of Tuebingen, Germany

04-07: Operational & Legal Aspects of Community-based Data Capture
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Emidio Noormahomed
 

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

04-08: Policy Options for Shaping City Form
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Michael Sutcliffe
 

Achieving Urban Spatial justice in South Africa: Context, Reality and the Integrated Urban Development Framework

Michael Sutcliffe, Sue Bannister

City Insight (Pty) Ltd, South Africa


The Concentration Dilemma: Urban-Rural Transition in Metropolitan Area of Chengdu Since Early 2000s

Ting Chen

Future Cities Laboratory, ETH Zurich


Changing rural to urban in extractive territories. Land administration comparing Argentina, Chile, and Peru

Analia Garcia

MIT, United States of America


Using Data in Urban Planning To Decongest The City Of Nairobi: Lessons From Other Cities

Patricia K. Mbote1, Ian K. Mbote2

1: University of Nairobi, Kenya; 2: Car Design Research Cambridge

04-09: Land Readjustment: Case Studies
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Mansha Chen
 

Opening remarks

Catalina Marulanda

World Bank, United States of America


Housing Policies to Increase Resilience to Disaster and Climate Related Events in Colombia

Carlos Ariel Cortes Mateus, Luis Miguel Triveño Chan Jan

World Bank, Colombia


Land governance: Public and Private Planning practice for Land readjustment in Peri Urban areas in Ilala, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Nelly John Babere, Ibrahim Ramadhan

Ardhi University, Tanzania


Amaravati Capital City Land Pooling Scheme

Sreedhar Cherukuri2, Raghu Kesavan1, Jon Kher Kaw1, I. U. B. Reddy1, Fen Wei1

1: The World Bank, United States of America; 2: Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority, India


Land Readjustment: Solving Urban Problems Through Innovative Approach

Felipe Francisco De Souza1,2, Takeo Ochi1, Akio Hosono1

1: The Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan; 2: The University of Tokyo, Department of Urban Engineering, Japan

04-10: Games & Experimental Economics
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Tobias Vorlaufer
 

Political Trust, Risk Preferences, and Land-Taking Compensation: Evidence from Survey Experiments in China

Meina Cai1, Pengfei Liu1, Hui Wang2

1: University of Connecticut, United States of America; 2: Zhejiang University, P.R. China


Introducing and Terminating External Incentives: A Field Experimental Study of Forest Conservation as a Common-Pool Resource Dilemma

Nils Christian Hoenow, Michael Kirk

University of Marburg, Germany


System Dynamics model for preventing land expropriation conflict

Lu Zhang1, Shukui Tan2, Qiaowen Lin3

1: huazhong university of science and tecnhongy, China, People's Republic of; 2: huazhong university of science and tecnhongy, China, People's Republic of; 3: huazhong university of science and tecnhongy, China, People's Republic of


Political Instability and Perceptions of Land Tenure and Governance in Zambia

Ben Ewing

The Cloudburst Group, United States of America

04-11: Measuring Tenure Security Perceptions
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Alexandra Hartman
 

Measuring Citizen Perceptions of Tenure Security: Test Surveys of the Global Property Rights Index (PRIndex) in Tanzania, Colombia and India

Malcolm Childress1, David Spievack1, David Varela1, David Ameyaw2

1: Land Alliance, United States of America; 2: ICED, United States of America


Scrutinizing the Status Quo: Gender-disaggregated Implications of Social and Economic Transformations on Perceived Tenure Security in Mozambique

Hosaena Ghebru1, Fikirte Girmachew2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America; 2: Ethiopian Development Research Institute


Measuring Community Perceptions of Tenure Security: Evidence from Four African Countries

M. Mercedes Stickler1, Heather Huntington2, Ben Ewing2

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: The Cloudburst Group, United States of America

04-12: Legal & Practical Barriers to Gender Neutral Land Ownership
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Patricia K. Mbote
 

Women, Business and the Law 2018: data that matters for women's property rights

Nayda Almodóvar-Reteguis

The World Bank, United States of America


A Comparative Analysis of Women's Legal Rights to Land Worldwide

Camilla Schloss

Public Prosecutor's Office of Berlin, Germany


Achieving SDG Indicator 5.a.2 in the Western Balkans: Partnerships for Gender Equality in Land Ownership and Control

Margret Vidar1, Adela Llatja2, Naomi Kenney1, Rumyana Tonchovska1, Margreet Goelema2

1: FAO; 2: GIZ


Transformative reparations: A mean identify, eliminate and correct preexisting structural inequality on women's access to land

Adriana Catalina Ortiz Serrano, Adriana Catalina Ortiz Serrano

Independant, United States of America


Redesigning Procedures to Encourage Legal Recognition of Informal Relations to Property: The Case of “Informal Inheritance” in Kosovo’s Intergenerational Context

Gent Salihu

USAID Property Rights Program, Tetra Tech

04-13: Modernizing Land Policy & Administration in Asia
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Javier Molina Cruz
 

Systematic Land Registration in Rural Areas of Laos – from concept to scale

Julian Christopher Derbidge, Viladeth Sisoulath

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Lao People's Democratic Republic


Tenancy Reform: Restructuring Land Access of Sharecropping System Toward Sustainable Farming Practice in Indonesia.

Sukmo Pinuji

National Land Institute The Ministry of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Planning, Indonesia


Digitization to Strengthen Land Administration: A Case of Nepal

Laxman Pokhrel

Liberty College, Nepal


Land Governance for Reserved Customary Land

Kelera Gadolo, Sereana Tuisabeto

I Taukei Land Trust Board, Fiji Islands

     
5:45pm
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8:00pm
Inter-American Network on Cadastre and Property Registry, a regional approach to improve land governance in Latin America
Location: OAS - 1889 F St. NW Washington DC

By invitation (Registered participants in the land and Poverty Conference from the Latin America region)

(Spanish only)

Deadline to RSVP: Friday March 16, 2018. Please contact Mike Mora MMora@oas.org.

Red Interamericana de Catastro y Registro de la Propiedad, un enfoque regional para mejorar la gobernanza de la tierra en América Latina
Location: OAS - 1889 F St. NW Washington DC

Por invitación (participantes de la region de América Latina registrados en la conferencia de tierras y pobreza del Banco Mundial)

Fecha límite para reservar participación: viernes 16 de marzo del 2018. Por favor contactar a Mike Mora MMora@oas.org.

http://portal.oas.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=4_88SMZMeig%3d&tabid=1821

 
7:00pm Poster Board 01-01
Location: MC Atrium
 

The experience of registration of agrarian reform settlements in the Rural Environmental Registry (CAR) in Brazil - Results and Outlook

Carlos Eduardo Portella Sturm1, Raimundo Deusdará1, Ângelo Ramalho1, Samuel Campos2, Janaina Rocha1, Leandro Biondo1, Gustavo Oliveira1, Gabriela Gonçalves1, Thaia Cacciamali3, Luiz Miranda1

1: Serviço Florestal Brasileiro -SFB, Brazil; 2: Universidade Federal de Lavras - UFLA, Brazil; 3: Instituto Nacional de Colonização e Reforma Agrária - INCRA, Brazil


The Rural Environmental Registry System and the Brazilian Rural Governance

Gustavo Oliveira, Carlos Sturm, Janaina Rocha, Bernardo Trovão, Raimundo Deusdará

Brazilian Forest Service, Brazil


Fueling Land Grabbing or Promoting Land Governance? - The Case of the Terra Legal Program in Brazilian Amazon

Rogerio Cabral3, Bettina Kupper2, Jose Dumont1, Robson Disarz1

1: SERFAL / SEAD / Terra Legal; 2: GIZ; 3: GIZ/GITEC/NEXUCS


Environmental Regularization Programs for Rural Properties and Holdings: a Forest Code strategy for strengthening land governance, expanding native vegetation cover, and sustainability of the rural landscape in Brazil.

Tatiana Calçada1, Magna Cunha2, Janaina Rocha1, Bernardo Trovão1, Rejane Mendes1

1: SFB, Brazil; 2: GIZ, Brazil


Environmental Compliance of Rural Landholdings in Regions of Economic Vulnerability in Brazil - The Case of CAR in The State of Maranhão, Northeast of Brazil

Lilianna Gomes1, Adolfo Dalla Pria Pereira2, Janaína Rocha1, Rebecca de Araujo Fiore1, Bernadete Lange3

1: Brazilian Forest Service, Brazil; 2: FUNATURA; 3: The World Bank

Poster Board 01-02
Location: MC Atrium
 

Indigenous people, conflicts and land governance in Brazil after the Constitution of 1988: an overview with focus on recent events

Vitor Bukvar Fernandes1, Delaíde Passos1, Bastiaan Philip Reydon1, Guilherme Bergo Leugi2

1: University of Campinas, Brazil; 2: University of South Australia, Australia


Complex Governance for a Complex Forest Code: the Solutions of the Rural Environmental Registry (CAR) in Brazil

Taiguara Alencar1, Janaína Rocha2, Carlos Eduardo Sturm2, Raimundo Deusdara2

1: GIZ, Brazil; 2: Brazilian Forest Service - SFB


Afro-Brazilian communities and traditional territories: achievements and barriers to guarantee land rights

Isabelle Alline Lopes Picelli1, Richard Martins Torsiano2

1: National Institute of Agrarian Reform, Brazil; 2: Food and Agriculture Organization


Land, State and Communities Remnant Quilombolas: As inheritances of the senzala in the 21st century

Delaíde Passos1, Adâmara Felício1, Daniella Scarassatti1,2, Bastiaan Reydon1

1: UNICAMP, Brazil; 2: Campinas City Hall

Poster Board 01-03
Location: MC Atrium
 

Conflict Prevention in the Great Lakes Region: A Case Study of the Agrarian Reform in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Martin Kiende

Univerisity of Kinshasa, United States of America


Risk and Reconstruction: Assessing the Conditions of Poverty and Landlessness for Internally Displaced People

Bilan Stribling

Columbia University, United States of America


Risks for the peace process in Colombia: the Land Fund and prospects for community and smallholder access to land

Andres Fuerte Posada

OXFAM Colombia, Colombia

Poster Board 01-04
Location: MC Atrium
 

The (un)broken Promise of Agroforestry: Case Study of Governance for Improved Fallows in Zambia

Michael Jacobson

Penn State, United States of America


Space Based Monitoring of Wetlands in Support of Sustainable Water Resource and Land Management

Michael Riffler1, Christina Ludwig1, Norman Kiesslich1, Christian Tottrup2, Andreas Walli1

1: GeoVille Information Systems and Data Processing GmbH, Innsbruck, Austria; 2: DHI GRAS, Hørsholm, Denmark


Sustainable Land Management- shielding the agriculture land with flood management and wetlands

Shamsuddin Ahmed

York University - York Centre for Public Policy and Law, Canada


An approach to linking Land governance to Water governance: Botswana case Study

George Thabeng1, Pako Modiakgotla2

1: Department of water Affairs, Botswana; 2: Department of water Affairs, Botswana

Poster Board 01-05
Location: MC Atrium
 

Mexican Land Reforms: Examining Exclusionary Resource Conservation Initiatives

Pablo Hernandez

Hollins University, United States of America


Conservation Mechanisms and Sustainable Communal Land Development: Lessons from Green Investment Initiatives in Laguna San Ignacio, Mexico

James Blair1, Marisa Quiroz2, Amanda Maxwell1, Anne McEnany2, Eduardo Najera3, Miguel Vargas4, Fernando Ochoa4

1: Natural Resources Defense Council, United States of America; 2: Internation Community Foundation, United States of America; 3: Wildcoast - Costasalvaje; 4: Pronatura Noroeste


Land Tenure And Renewable Energy Systems Linkages: Implications In The Global South

Mohammed Adil Sait1, Uchendu Eugene Chigbu2

1: University College London, United Kingdom; 2: Technical University of Munich, Germany

Poster Board 01-06
Location: MC Atrium
 

Land Ownership: Use of Informal Justice Mechanisms in Resettling of Widows in Kenya

Agnes Rogo

Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA)-Kenya, Kenya


Rigorous Impact Evaluation on Scalable Approaches towards Strengthening Land Governance: Empirical Evidence from Piloting the Gender Evaluation Criteria in Three Districts in Uganda

Samuel Mabikke1, Oumar Sylla1, Danilo Antonio1, Naome Kabanda2

1: UN-Habitat/GLTN, Kenya; 2: Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Uganda


Understanding Gender Dynamics and Institutional Drivers of Land Access in Smallholder Maize Farms of Western Kenya

Dennis Olumeh1, David Otieno1, Willis Oluoch-Kosura1, Rahma Adam2

1: University of Nairobi, Kenya; 2: International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (CIMMYT), Nairobi, Kenya


Using Traditional Conservation Methods For The Sustainable Use Of Riparian Land To Eradicate Feminized Poverty In Zimbabwe

Elizabeth Rutsate

University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe


Women’s Land Rights and Tenure Security in the Context of the SDGs; results of localizing SDGs in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania

Sami Frestadius

UN Women, Ethiopia

Poster Board 01-07
Location: MC Atrium
 

Securing Women’s Land Rights Within The National Land Programme In Madagascar

Mino Harivelo Ramaroson1, Jean Ousmane Camara2, Herilala Axel Fanomezantsoa3, Tiana Razafindrakotohary4

1: HUAIROU COMMISSION, United States of America; 2: Ministry in charge of Presidential Projects, Planning and Equipment, Madagascar; 3: Ministry in charge of Presidential Projects, Planning and Equipment, Madagascar; 4: Ministry in charge of Presidential Projects, Planning and Equipment, Madagascar


Women’s Property Rights through the Household Life Cycle: Evidence from Nepal

Rajendra Pradhan2, Ruth Meinzen-Dick1, Sophie Theis1

1: IFPRI, United States of America; 2: Nepa School, Nepal


Women and Land rights in Brazil and India: A historical and comparative analysis concerning legal framework and social challenges

Ranjana Das1, Isabelle Lopes Picelli2

1: Oxfam India, India; 2: National Institute of Land Reform, Brazil


A gender-disaggregated Impact of the Pilot Systematic Land Tenure Regularization Program in Nigeria

Hosaena Ghebru1, Fikirte Girmachew2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America; 2: Ethiopian Development Research Institute

Poster Board 01-08
Location: MC Atrium
 

'Fundamental Functionings' Of Landowners: Understanding The Relationship Between Land Ownership And Wellbeing Through The Lens Of ‘Capability’

Jyoti Rao

University Of Melbourne, Australia


Traditional Leaders as Moral Authorities: Experimental Evidence from Rural Zambia

Tobias Vorlaufer1, Thomas Falk2, Michael Kirk1

1: University of Marburg, Germany; 2: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)


The Strength of the Village: a Community Based Model for Explaining Variation in Farmland Abandonment

Andrew Cartwright, Marija Drobnjakovic

Central European University, Hungary

Poster Board 01-09
Location: MC Atrium
 

Customary Land Governance in Zambia: Inertia, Confusion and Corruption

Ephraim Kabunda Munshifwa

Copperbelt University, Zambia


We Don’t Want Land Certificates!—Land Titling and Rural Land Governance in Contemporary China

Jin Zeng

Florida International University, United States of America


Northern Africa Land tenure systems' analysis based approach toward a core conceptual model in capacity building

Moha El-ayachi1, Eltaib Saeed Mohamed Ganawa2, Ousmane Waguf3

1: Department of Geodesy, SGIT,Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medecine, Morocco; 2: Geographical and environmental sciences, university of Khartoum, Sudan; 3: University of Nouakchout, Mauritania

Poster Board 01-10
Location: MC Atrium
 

Land Reforms in Kenya: Improved Land Tenure Security Motivates Increased Investments and Equity in Kilifi County

Ibrahim Mwathane1, James Kapanya Nguzo2

1: Land Development and Governance Institute (LDGI), Kenya; 2: County Government of Kilifi, Kenya


Mukono District Land Stakeholder’s Forum: A Multi-Stakeholder Approach To Unlocking Land And Property Related Challenges in Uganda

Stephen Kyakulumbye, Gerald Padde, David Matovu, Jeremiah Sembuya

Uganda Chrisitian University, Uganda

Poster Board 01-11
Location: MC Atrium
 

Building Land Markets in Developing Economies

Richard Baldwin1, Felicity Buckle1, Gavin Adlington2

1: DAI Europe, United Kingdom; 2: Independent


Improving The Effectiveness Of Land Tenure Programmes Using A Market Systems Approach

John Leckie1, Christina Mayr2, Ignacio Fiestas2

1: DAI, United Kingdom; 2: Nathan Associates, United Kingdom


Land Management And Land Market In Turkey: Basic Characteristics, An Analysis Of Legal And Institutional Regulations And Evaluation Of Possible Effects On Valuation Studies

Yesi̇m Ali̇efendi̇oglu, Harun Tanrıvermiş, Yunus Emre Kapusuz

Ankara University


“Land as a Driver of Inequality: The Effect of Land Use and Security Trends on the Poor and Vulnerable in Uganda”

Harriet Mbabazi1, Patience Akumu2, Jonathan Ochom3, Charles Opiyo4, Stephanie Burgos5, Fred Muhumuza6, Rebecca Kyomugisha7

1: Oxfam Uganda; 2: Oxfam Uganda; 3: Oxfam Uganda; 4: Oxfam Uganda; 5: Oxfam America; 6: Makerere University, Kampala; 7: Oxfam Uganda

Poster Board 01-12
Location: MC Atrium
 

Does Food Insecurity In Ontario Vary By Remoteness? Implications For Canadian Policy

Alexander Scholz, Brady James Deaton

University of Guelph, Canada


Assessment of Agricultural Land Reform in Thailand Using The Land Governance Assessment Framework

Nattapon Khanmad1, Dimo Todorovski2

1: Agricultural Land Reform Office, Thailand; 2: University of Twente, the Netherlands


The Resolution of Land Conflicts by the Strategy of the Solidarity Economy and the Social Mediation

Aboubakari Sylla

Cabinet de Consultance Internationale en Economie Sociale et Solidaire, Côte d'Ivoire


Reorienting Political Economy of Inclusive Agrarian Transformation in Nepal

Purna B. Nepali1,3, Deborah S. Rogers2, Joseph K. Assan3

1: Fulbright Fellow, Heller School for Social Policy & Management, Brandeis University, USA; 2: President, IfE (Initiative for Equality) & Affiliated Researcher, Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, Stanford University, USA; 3: Assistant Prof. Heller School for Social Policy & Management, Brandeis University, USA

Poster Board 01-13
Location: MC Atrium
 

A Concern For The Right of The Youth To Agricultural Land

Andrus Nnaemeka Ukaejiofo

Centre for Land Rights and Environmental Development (CLARED), Nigeria


Land Reforms In Nigeria: Issues, Problems And Solutions

Biyi Ismail, Oladele Ewulo, Adedeji Adewale

Ogun State Buareau of Lands and Survey, Nigeria


The Broad Powers of State Governors under the Land Use Act, 1978 and Land Governance in Nigeria.

Pat Onukwuli

University of Bolton, United Kingdom, United Kingdom


Nigerian Land Use Act 1978 and the Place of Urban Poor in Cities’ Development Plan

Gbenekanu Ledornu Mpigi

University Collede London, United Kingdom

Poster Board 01-14
Location: MC Atrium
 

Baseline Evaluation Findings from USAID’s Responsible Land-based Investment Pilot in Mozambique

Lauren Persha1, Jacob Patterson-Stein2, Sarah Lowery3

1: NORC at the University of Chicago, United States of America; 2: Management Systems International; 3: United States Agency for International Development


Evidence to Inform Liberia’s Land Policy: Evaluation Findings from Namati’s Community Land Protection Program

Kate Marple-Cantrell1, Heather Huntington1, Alexandra Hartman2

1: The Cloudburst Group, United States of America; 2: University College London, Political Science


Scrutinizing the status quo: Rural Transformation and Land Tenure Security in Nigeria

Fikirte Girmachew Abeje1, Hosaena Ghebru2

1: Ethiopian Development Research Institute, Ethiopia; 2: International Food Policy Research Institute


Game Theoretic Framework For Compulsory Acquisition

Jyoti Rao

University Of Melbourne, Australia

Poster Board 01-15
Location: MC Atrium
 

How farmland registration and certification affect farmers’ productive investments: evidence from China’s apple growers

Xingguang Li, Jundi Liu, Xuexi Huo

College of Economy and Management,Northwest Agriculture and Forest University, China, People's Republic of


Addressing the "How much?" in Land Use Planning: A Population And Consumption-based Model Approach to Estimating Future Demand for Land.

Johannes Pirker1,5, Aline Mosnier1, James Acworth2, Harrison Ajebe Nnoko Ngaage3, Pascal Douard4, Thomas Sembres4

1: IIASA; 2: Independent Consultant; 3: Ajemalebu Self Help (AJESH), Cameroon; 4: EU REDD Facility; 5: KU Leuven, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences


A Pessimist is an Optimist that Knows Geography

Emilio Matuk1, Luis Triveno2

1: 29x55; 2: World Bank


Looking at economic trade-offs from edible insects and bee keeping to carbon balances in African woodlands

Saliou Niassy, Tobias Landmann

International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology, Kenya

Poster Board 01-16
Location: MC Atrium
 

Analysis of Fragmented Agricultural Land Size and Its Effects on The Productivity and Farm Income of Small Holder Farmers in Amhara National Regional State, Ethiopia

Melese Haile1, Muluadam Getaneh Limenih2

1: Amhara National Regional State of Rural Land Adminstration and Use Bureau, Addis Ababa,Ethiopia; 2: Ethiopian Civil Service University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia


The Natural Resource Curse and Women

Anja Tolonen, Sarah Baum

Barnard College, Columbia University, United States of America


Gender, Resource Rights, and the Role of Customary Authorities: A Multi-Site Study of Women’s Empowerment in Customary Settings

Heather Huntington, Adi Greif, Ben Ewing

Cloudburst Consulting Group, United States of America


The Role of Property Rights in Technology Adoption: Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial

Heather Huntington, Ajay Shenoy

University of California, Santa Cruz, United States of America

Date: Wednesday, 21/Mar/2018
8:00am
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6:00pm
Posters on display all day; Presenters available 12-2PM and 5.30-6 PM or contact by email
Location: MC Atrium
8:30am
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10:00am
05-01: Innovating land and real estate management in the Arab region
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Sultan Alakraf
 

Summary of the Outcome of the First Arab Land Conference

Wael Zakout

World Bank, United States of America


Next Steps

Oumar Sylla

UN-Habitat, Kenya


UN-GGIM Arab States: Outcome of Recent Meeting

Gregory Scott

United Nations Statistics Division, United States of America

05-03: Land as key input for affordable housing
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Catalina Marulanda
 

FSIs and Affordable Housing in Mumbai – the Experience of SRA

Deepak Kapoor

Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA), India


Replicating Success – Low Hanging Fruits and Key Challenges

Anaclaudia Rossbach

Cities Alliance, Brazil


Stimulating Private Supply of Housing through Land Policies

Robin Rajack

Inter-American Development Bank, United States of America

05-04: Implementing Safeguards to Protect Land Rights
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Peter Sidler
 

Losing Land and Livelihood: Commercial Farming and Displacement in Rural Zambia

Juliana Nnoko Mewanu, Janet Walsh

Human Rights Watch, United States of America


Promoting Rural Land Tenure Security in Haiti: Ensuring community participation through a tailored public consultation process

Laura Bermudez Farias1, Soraya Senosier2, Kevin Barthel1

1: Land Alliance, United States of America; 2: Interamerican Development Bank


The Land Specialized Court in Mato Grosso, Brazil: Achievements and challenges in collective land conflicts

Adriana Coninghan1, Bastiaan Reydon2, Rodrigo Miranda3, José de Arimatéia Barbosa4, Vitor Hugo Sousa Jr1, Vitor Fernandes2

1: Judiciary Branch of State of Mato Grosso - Brazil; 2: Nea UNICAMP - Brazil; 3: OAB/MT - Brazilian Bar Association - State of Mato Grosso - Brazil; 4: ANOREG - Association of Notaries and Registrars of Brazil

05-06: Securing Land Rights in Mining Investments
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Estherine Lisinge Fotabong
 

Assessment of Legal and policy Frameworks Affecting Land Access for Extractive Projects in Kenya.

Mwenda Makathimo, Lizahmy Ntonjira

Land Development and Governance Institute, Kenya


Women's Land Rights In Large- Scale Based Investments: The Case Of Uganda's Oil And Gas Sector.

Naome Justine Kabanda

MINISTRY OF LANDS, HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, Uganda


Illegal Mining and Land Governance in the Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana.

Afua Manko Abedi-Lartey

Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Ghana


The Political Economy Land And Extractives In Post-liberalisation Tanzania: Towards A Synthesis

Rasmus Hundsbæk Pedersen1, Thabit Jacob2, Opportuna Kweka3

1: DIIS, Denmark; 2: Roskilde University, Denmark; University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and, University of Dodoma, Tanzania; 3: University of Dar es Salaam

05-07: Documenting and Administrating Customary Rights
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: John Bugri
 

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

05-08: New Tools for Applied Land Valuation
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Steven Nystrom
 

Simplified Property Tax Appraisal For Effective Revenue Mobilisation

Peadar Davis1, McCord Michael1, Bidanset Paul2, McCord John1, Haran Martin1, McCluskey William3

1: Ulster University, United Kingdom; 2: International Association of Assessing Officers; 3: University of Pretoria


Achieving Fair Property Tax Valuations with Geospatial Modeling & International Valuation Standards: A Case Study of the Moldova Real Estate Market

Paul Bidanset1, Aanchal Anand2, Daniel Fasteen1, Olga Buzu3, Peadar Davis4, Margie Cusack1

1: International Association of Assessing Officers, United States of America; 2: World Bank, Washington, D.C.; 3: Agency of Real Estate and Cadastre, Republic of Moldova; 4: Ulster University, Northern Ireland


Korea's Mass Assessment System of Land Pricing for Taxation, Using ICT

Mie Oak Chae, Inhyuk Kwon

Korea Appraisal Board, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)


Can The Principle Of Cost-Minimization Take Priority Over Securing The Reliability Of Tax Policy?

Su Yeon Jung

Jeju National University, Korea, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)


The use of standard price points in mass appraisal of housing land. A case study

Risto Peltola, Pauliina Krigsholm, Mikko Korpela

National Land Survey, Finland

05-10: Impact of Land Markets Changes
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Benjamin Linkow
 

Impact Of Land Rental on Smallholders’ Commercialization Evidence From Northern Ethiopia: A Panel Data Analysis

Menasbo Tesfay

Norwegain University of Life Sciences, Norway


Grassland Rental Markets And Herder Technical Efficiency: Ability Effect or Resource Equilibration Effect?

Shuhao Tan

Renmin University of China, China, People's Republic of China


Assessing Livelihood And Environmental Impacts Of Secure Access To Land For Landless Youth Under The Ethiopia Sustainable Land Management Program

Shewakena Abab, Daniel Monchuk

The World Bank, United States of America

05-12: Expropriation Policy in Practice
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Katherine Mulhern
 

Expropriation and Compensation for ‘Public Utility’—the view from ‘above’ and ‘below’ in Cameroon

Brendan Schwartz1, Lorenzo Cotula1, Samuel Nguiffo2, Jaff Bamenjo3

1: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), United Kingdom; 2: Centre for Environment and Development (CED), Cameroon; 3: The Network to Fight Against Hunger in Cameroon (RELUFA), Cameroon


Need of Compliance to Legal and Social Framework for Land Based Investments in India

Vilas Sonawane1, Ashish Sonawane2

1: Bhartiya Agriculture Economic Research Center, India; 2: M P Law College, Auranagabd


Understanding Compensation From The Viewpoint Of Owners And Users Affected By Projects: An Assessment Of Selected Land And Water Development Projects In Turkey

Harun Tanrivermis, Yesim Aliefendioglu

Ankara University

05-13: Securing Forest Tenure for Rural Development: An Analytical Framework for Understanding and Strengthening Forest Tenure Security
Location: MC 2-850
Chair: Gerardo Segura Warnholtz
 

Relevance of forest tenure security for sustainable development and the environment: Addressing the “Why”

Julia Bucknall

World Bank, United States of America


How can we improve forest tenure security in our dialogue and interventions with clients and partners. Addressing the “How”

Jorge Munoz

World Bank, United States of America


Introduction to the Tenure Assessment Tools

Malcolm Childress

Global Land Alliance, United States of America


Securing Forest Tenure for Rural Development: An Analytical Framework for Understanding Issues and Opportunities to Strengthen Forest Tenure Security

Jenny Springer1, Gerardo Segura2, Malcolm Childress3

1: Equator Group; 2: World Bank, United States of America; 3: Land Alliance

             
10:00am
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10:30am
Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby
10:30am
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12:00pm
06-01: Regularization of rural rights: lessons learned from Ethiopia, Liberia and Zambia
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Steven Lawry
 

Opening Remarks

Carrie Thompson

USAID, United States of America


Expanding Land Certification to Pastoral Areas in Ethiopia

Zemen Haddis Gebeyehu

USAID, Ethiopia


Discussant of "Expanding Land Certification to Pastoral Areas in Ethiopia"

Tigistu Gebremeskel

Ministry of Agriculture, Ethiopia, Ethiopia


Scaling Low-Cost Customary Land Certification in Zambia

Caleb Stevens

USAID, United States of America


Discussant of "Scaling Low-Cost Customary Land Certification in Zambia"

Emmanuel Tembo

University of Zambia, Zambia


Supporting Community Land Documentation in Liberia

Rachael Knight

Namati, United States of America


Discussant of "Supporting Community Land Documentation in Liberia"

Ellen Pratt

Liberia Land Commission, Liberia

06-02: Closing gaps in research on African large farms
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Derek Byerlee
 

An Integrated Assessment Of The Inverse Size-Productivity Relationship In Malawi

Fang Xia1, Klaus Deininger2, Henry Kankwamba3, Maxwell Mkondiwa4, Daniel Ali2

1: University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China, People's Republic of; 2: World Bank; 3: LUANAR; 4: University of Minnesota


Options for formalizing customary tenure and their impact: Evidence from Zambia

Yuanyuan Yi1, Daniel Ali1, Anthony Chapoto2, Klaus Deininmger1

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


Land productivity and plot size: Is measurement error driving the inverse relationship?

Dean Mitchell Jolliffe, Sam Desiere

The World Bank, United States of America


Capturing the missing middle: Comparing Zambia's emergent & smallholder farmers

Antony Chapoto1, Mitelo Subakanya1, Yuan yuan Yi2, Daniel Ali2, Klaus Deininger2

1: IAPRI, Zambia; 2: World Bank

06-03: What role for data standards to sustain land administration services?
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Cornelis de Zeeuw

The goals for land administration have been set: “land rights for all by 2030” (SDG’s). To achieve this, basic principles for land administrtion and data standards have been defined, that now should be brought to practice. This would help build sustainability, scalability, gradual development and affordability of land administration systems and approaches. The use of standards is essential and is now coming into a phase of practice.  It is shown that common agreement on these issues ask for common denominators in attributes, scale, time and location. ISO and OGC have a lead in the development of these standards. But donors, governments and private companies co-determine results and success. Open standards can be specifically developed for procurement and implementation of land administration systems.

 

Applying LADM/STDM in Donor Financed Projects

Wael Zakout

World Bank, United States of America


Global Cooperation and Gains – Land Administration Standards - A Call to Further Action

Trevor Taylor

OGC, United States of America


Commercial Software and Interoperability

Tim Fella

ESRI, United States of America


IT and Standards in Practice

Christiaan Lemmen

Kadaster, Netherlands, The


The Need for A Standard in Country Implementation

Javier Pérez Burgos

DNP, Colombia

06-05: Improving Land Service Delivery in Africa II
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Moses Kusiluka
 

Zambia’s National Land Titling Programme- challenges and opportunities

Emmanuel Tembo1, Joseph Minango1, Matt Sommerville2

1: Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Zambia; 2: Tetratech


Implementation of the National Land Information System (NLIS) in Uganda: Strengthening Land Governance

Richard Oput1, Aurélie Milledrogues2, Christopher Burke2

1: Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development (MLHUD), Republic of Uganda; 2: IGN FI


Implementation Strategy for Land Administration in Mozambique

Simão Joaquim1, José Almeirim Carvalho1, Mário Ruy Marques2, João Carrilho1, Marisa Balas3, Christiaan Lemmen4, Eva-Maria Unger4, Martien Tomberg4

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


Developing an Integrated Land Information Management System (ILMIS) for Tanzania

Barney Laseko1, Apollo Laizer2, Aurélie Milledrogues3, Carol Roffer4, Christopher Burke3

1: Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), Republic of Tanzania; 2: Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development (MLHHSD), Republic of Tanzania; 3: IGN FI; 4: Innola Solutions

06-06: The Political Economy of Land and Mining
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Philippe Lavigne Delville
 

The Capture of the Commons: Militarized Pastoralism and Struggles for Control of Surface and Sub-Surface Resources in Southwest Central African Republic

Mark Freudenberger, Zéphirin Mogba

Tetra Tech ARD, United States of America


Customary Tenure Adaptation and the International Economy: Engagement with Global Markets through the Transformation of Surface and Sub-Surface Customary Tenure Regimes in Diamond Mining Areas of northern Côte d’Ivoire

Mark Freudenberger, Sabine Jiekak, Hugues Diby

Tetra Tech ARD, United States of America


Managing Conflict and Fostering Cooperation Between the State and Customary Land Owners as a Precondition for the Effective Formalization of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in West Africa: The Case of Diamonds in Côte d’Ivoire

Terah DeJong

Tetra Tech, United States of America


Customary Authorities and their Impact on the Political Economy of the Artisanal Mining Sector in Eastern DRC

Armel Odilon Nganzi Kopialo, Catherine Picard

Tetratech, ARD, Congo, Democratic Republic of the

06-07: Accommodating Legal Pluralism at National Level
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Raelene Webb
 

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

06-08: Land Records, Valuation and Property Taxes: The Link to Ownership
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: James Kavanagh
 

Capturing Untapped Land Revenues: Lessons From African Cities

Priya Manwaring

International Growth Centre, United Kingdom


Satellite Image Analysis for Operational Maintenance of a Property Database for Dakar City

Graham Deane1, Tim Pattison1, Robert Owen1, Moustapha Ndiaye2

1: Airbus Defence and Space, United Kingdom; 2: New Africa Consulting, Senegal


National Valuation Management System: Towards Enhancing Interconnectivity In Land Governance Through Digitized Valuation Data From Origination, Organization To Transmission.

Monica Obongo, Victor Olonde, Nora Nyakora, Charles Ohawa, Byron Onditi

Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning, Kenya


Improving Land Governance In Nigeria Through Efficient Valuation Mechanisms And Practices

Ayodele Elvis Oniemola1,2, Peter Olufemi Adeniyi1, Olurotimi Olugbuyi Onabanjo1,2

1: PRESIDENTIAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE ON LAND REFORM, Nigeria; 2: FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER, WORKS AND HOUSING, Nigeria


Rebuilding Property Tax Assessment Systems – The Case of Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Ruel Williamson, Clifford Lipscomb

Greenfield Advisors, Inc., United States of America

06-09: Outside Investment at Forest Frontiers: Curse or Blessing?
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Liz Alden Wily
 

Land Trafficking: Agribusiness, Titling Campaigns and Deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon

Juan Luis Dammert

Oxfam, Peru


Land Formalization Turned Land Rush: The Case of the Palm Oil Industry in Papua New Guinea

Caroline Hambloch

SOAS, University of London, United Kingdom


Sustainable Land Use by Smallholder Rubber Farmers in Southwest China: Acceptance, Adoption and Governance of Environmental Programs

Hermann Waibel1, Shaoze Jin1, Shi Min2, Jikun Huang2

1: University of Hannover, Germany; 2: Peking University, China


Farm production efficiency and natural forest extraction: Evidence from Cambodia

Trung Thanh Nguyen1, Do Truong Lam1, Priyanka Parvathi1, Ada Wossink2, Ulrike Grote1

1: Leibniz University Hannover, Germany; 2: Manchester University, United Kingdom

06-10: Socio-Economic Effects of Tenure Regularization
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Frits Van Der Wal
 

Agricultural Policies in Colombia: The Dilemma between Food Security and Commodity–Export Agriculture (Case Study of Tolima, Colombia)

Gina Rico Mendez1, Guillermo Medina Frias2

1: Mississippi State University, United States of America; 2: Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Medellin, Colombia


Macroeconomic and Fiscal Impacts of Land Reform in Uganda: Lessons Drawn from Bank Funded Operations in PSCP and CEDP

Moses Kibirige, Suha Satana, Richard Oput

World Bank, Uganda


A Land Administration Project In Honduras Assesses The Positive Effects Of Land Titling

Fabrice Edouard1, Roman Alvarez2, Ricardo Lorenzano3, Fernando Bier3, Enrique Pantoja4

1: FAO, Italy; 2: Instituto de la Propiedad, Honduras; 3: RegioPlan, Honduras; 4: World Bank


Security of Tenure Model: Its Impact on Livelihoods of Small Holder Farmers in Zimbabwe Following the Land Reform Programme. A Case Study of Chifundi and Elmily Park in Makonde District: Mashonaland West Province.

Marius Dzinoreva, Memory Chirima, Morris Dakarai

Ministry of Lands,Agriculture and Rural Resettlement, Zimbabwe

06-11: Fit-For-Purpose Approaches: Land Professionals' Role
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Christophe Dekeyne
 

The Geodetic Surveyor in the Heart of the Land Management: towards the Concept of « Sustainable Fit for Purpose »

Maurice Barbieri, Vladimir Krupa, Nicolas Smith, Jean-Yves Pirlot

CLGE (Comité de Liaison des Géomètres Européens), Belgium, Europe


The Role of the Private Land-Related Sector in Supporting the 2030 Global Agenda

Cecilie Ravn-Christensen, Kenneth Norre, Gert M. Henningsen

LE34, Denmark


Tackling Corruption in Urban Land Governance – The Under-Explored Route of Professional Integrity: Learnings from a Pilot and Promising Ways Forward

Dieter Zinnbauer

Transparency International - Secretariat, Germany


Trust on Land

Stefan Svensson1, Esther Obaikol2

1: Lantmateriet, the Swedish mapping, cadastre and land registration authority, Sweden; 2: LANDnet Uganda

06-12: Infrastrcuture investments and Compulsory Acquisition Processes
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Jonathan Lindsay
 

National Land Commission experience in acquiring land for mega investments in Lamu County – Kenya.

Fibian Lukalo, Muhammad Swazuri, Tom Chavangi, Esterina Dokhe

NATIONAL LAND COMMISISON, Kenya


Developing a Transit-Oriented Development Strategy for the Lima Metro: Challenges and Opportunities

Zoe Trohanis, Vanessa Velasco, Gabriel Arrisueno, Luis Triveno

The World Bank Group


GIS Analysis on The Mismatch between the Roads in Cadaster and in Reality due to the Saemaul Road Project in Korea.

Yongjong Lee

LX Korea Land and Geospatial Informatix Corporation, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)


How land value capture(LVC) has financed infrastructure, affordable housing, and urban development in Bogota-Colombia

Vanessa Velasco1, Luis Triveno2, Gustavo Marulanda3

1: World Bank, Colombia; 2: World Bank, HQ; 3: Bogota Cadastral

06-13: Leveraging LGAF
Location: MC 2-850
Chair: Thea Hilhorst
 

Ghana: Leveraging LGAF for land policy road map and designing NELGA support to monitoring and analytical capacity building

John Bugri

KNUST, Ghana


Building on LGAF for Land Governance Activity Mapping

David Egiashvili

FAO, Italy


Using LGAF for monitoring and sharing good practice in IGAD

Esther Obaikol

Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), Djibouti


LGAF a diagnosis approach to analyse the land governance in North Africa

Moha El-ayachi

Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medecine, Morocco


Guatemale: Building a Policy Dialogue Around Housing using LGAF

Victor Endo

Land Alliance, Peru

       
12:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Front Lobby and Preston Lounge
Women's caucus
Location: MC 6-100
 
2:00pm
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3:30pm
07-01: Implementing the AU Declaration on Land Issues and Challenges in Africa
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Paul Tchawa
 

A Briefing on ALPC

Godfrey Bahiigwa1, Joan Kagwanja2

1: African Union Commission, Ethiopia; 2: UNECA, Ethiopia


Monitoring and Evaluation of Land Governance in Africa (MELA) at Country Level

Jean Ousmane Camara1, Hosaena Ghebru2, Joan Kagwanja3

1: Bâtiment de la Direction des Services Topographiques, Madagascar; 2: International Food Policy Research Institute , United States; 3: UNECA, Ethiopia


The Network of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa (NELGA)

Agnes Mwasumbi1, Judy Kariuki2

1: Ardhi University, Tanzania; 2: UNECA, Ethiopia


Championing the 30 Percent Campaign for Documented Land Rights for African Women

Nashilongo Katrina Shivute1, Hirut Girma2

1: Public Services Commission, Namibia; 2: UNECA, Ethiopia


Integrating Land in National Agricultural Investment Plans: Lessons Learned

Joan Kagwanja1, Moses Kusiluka2

1: UNECA, Ethiopia; 2: Ministry of Lands, Tanzania

07-02: Blockchains and privatization: Who Owns the Data?
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Josephus van Erp

VC/ webex

 

Data Ownership and Data Trade in Privatized and/or Blockchain Based Land Registries

Josephus van Erp1, Jacob Vos2

1: Maastricht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Netherlands' Cadaster, Land Registry and Mapping Agency


What Should We Do (or Not Do) with Land Administration Data?

Nicolás Nogueroles

IPRA-CINDER (International Property Registries Association), Spain


What Should We Do (or Not Do) with Land Administration Data?

Jan Moerkerke

ELRA - European Land Registry Association, Belgium


What Should We Do (or Not Do) with Land Administration Data?

Françoise Andrieux

Union Internationale des Huissiers de Justice (UIHJ), United States of America


What Should We Do (or Not Do) with Land Administration Data?

Jacob Vos

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


A Critical Evaluation of Privatization of Land Administration and Trade in Data

Rod Thomas

AUT University, New Zealand


Proto-typing Blockchain Technology for Land Registry Systems

Juan Pablo Soliz Molina

Thomson Reuters, Bolivia, Plurinational State of


Data Ownership and Data Trade in Privatized and/or Blockchain Based land Registries

Notar Leif Boettcher

Notar Dr. Leif Böttcher, LL.M.


Legal Aspects of Blockchain-based Land Registries

Heather Hughes

American Univeristy, United States of America

07-03: Learning from Responsible Land Investment Projects: Progress and Constraints
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Chris Penrose Buckley
 

Land & People: challenges and opportunities for non-resettlement projects

João Lé

Portucel Moçambique, Mozambique


Efforts to Clarify Tenure Rights and Strengthen Land Governance in Portucel’s Mozambique Forestry Investment

Simon Norfolk

Terra Firma Lda, Mozambique


Evolving agribusiness development strategy

Chris Brett

World Bank, United States of America


From Commitment to Practice: Experience Supporting Operationalization of Illovo Sugar Land Rights Commitments

Laura Eshbach

Landesa, United States of America


Securing and Delivering Corporate Commitments to Implement the VGGT: Experience and Lessons from Illovo Sugar

Kathryn Elizabeth Mathias

Illovo Sugar Africa Ltd, United Kingdom

07-04: Land Restitution in Post-Conflict Situations
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: David F. Varela
 

Land Restitution in the context of Peace Building

Ivonne Astrid Moreno Horta

WORLD BANK, Colombia


The Political Economy of the Rural Agreement in the Colombian Peace Accord

Camilo Pardo

George Mason University, United States of America


Land and Conflict: Improved Governance of Tenure to Build Peace, Food Security and Sustainable Development

Javier Molina Cruz

FAO, Italy


Land and Peace in Colombia: FFP Methodology for Field Data Collection and Data Handling

Mathilde Molendijk1, Tatiana Santos Dukon2, Christiaan Lemmen1, Javier Morales3, Victor Endo4, Sebastián Restrepo Rodriguez5, Jhon Fredy Gonzalez Dueñas6, Ivan Eduardo Matiz Sanchez7, Piet Spijkers8, Eva Maria Unger1, Ivonne Astrid Moreno Horta9

1: Kadaster, The Netherlands; 2: Agencia Nacional de Tierras, Colombia; 3: ITC, University of Twente, The Netherlands; 4: Adterritorio, Peru; 5: Departamento Nacional de Planeación, Colombia; 6: Superintendencia de Notariado y Registro, Colombia; 7: consultor, IGAC, Colombia; 8: consultor, Colombia; 9: Banco Mundial, Colombia

07-05: Improving Land Service Delivery in Africa III
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Bernis Byamukama
 

Fit-for-Purpose User Rights Documentation: The case of private Mailo land in Uganda

Thorsten Huber1, Resty Namuli1, Daniel Kirumira1, Moses {PhD, RSU} Musinguzi2

1: GIZ, Uganda; 2: Makerere University, Uganda


Incentives for Joint Land Titling: Experimental Evidence from Uganda

Ludovica Cherchi1, Markus Goldstein1, James Habyarimana2, Joao Montalvao1, Michael O’Sullivan1, Christopher Udry3

1: The World Bank; 2: Georgetown University; 3: Northwestern University


Land Governance in an interconnected world - lessons from land Tenure Regularisation programme in Rwanda

Bernis Byamukama

UK Department for International Development, Rwanda

07-06: Agricultural Growth Poles & Corridors: A Fad or The Future?
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Lorenzo Cotula
 

Challenge Of Shrinking Public Land In East Africa

Peter Mwangi

Walker Kontos, Kenya


Towards making robust land use decisions: An empirical assessment of non-material co-benefits of rural production landscapes in India

Rajarshi Dasgupta1, Shizuka Hashimoto1, Toshiya Okuro1, Mrittika Basu1,2

1: The Unviersity of Tokyo, Japan; 2: United Nation's University, Tokyo, Japan


The Rise of Agricultural Growth Poles in Africa

Francine Picard Mukazi, Mohamed Coulibaly, Carin Smaller

International Institute for Sustainable Development

07-07: Community Rights for Environmental Benefit
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Alda Salomao
 

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

07-08: Instruments to Facilitate Land Value Capture
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Robert Lewis-Lettington
 

Supporting Fiscal Aspect of Land Administration through an LADM-based Valuation Information Model

Abdullah Kara1, Volkan Çağdaş1, Christiaan Lemmen2, Ümit Işıkdağ3, Peter van Oosterom4, Erik Stubkjær5

1: Yıldız Technical University, Department of Geomatic Engineering, Turkey; 2: Dutch Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency, The Netherlands; 3: Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey; 4: Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Department OTB, GIS Technology Section, The Netherlands; 5: Aalborg University, Department of Development and Planning, Denmark


Capturing Land Value Uplift to Deliver Infrastructure and Affordable Housing in a Market Economy - Recent UK Experience

Tony Mulhall

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, United Kingdom


Evaluating Value Capture Instruments

Richard Grover

Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom


Land and Transport Policy Coordination: A proposed Recipe for Leveraging Land for Funding Infrastructure

Daniel Paez1, Gayatri Singh2

1: Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; 2: World Bank Group

07-09: Forest Tenure and Migration
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Jorge Munoz
 

Emergent Dynamics of Migration and Their Potential Effects on Forest and Land use in North Kalimantan, Indonesia

Kartika Sari Juniwaty1, Bimbika Sijapati Basnett1, Benita Nathania1, Rilin Purwati1, I Made Sanjaya1, Paul Hasan Thung2

1: Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia; 2: Brunel University London, UK


What Is The Impact Of Out-migration For Employment On People and Land? Lessons For Policy And Research In Nepal

Bimbika Sijapati Basnett1, Samata Manandhar2, Made Sanjaya1, Kartika Sari Juniwaty1

1: Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia; 2: Forest Action, Nepal


The effects of migration on property rights and livelihoods on forest frontiers in the Peruvian Amazon

Peter Cronkleton

Center for International Forestry Research, Peru


Land Tenure Security, Migration and the VGGTs

Marcela Villarreal

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Italy

07-10: Streamlining Land Administration Procedures
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: David Egiashvili
 

On Common Ground – Addressing Land Rights in the African Great Lakes Region

David Betge

ZOA, Netherlands, The


Mozambique: Even a Progressive Land Law Needs Revision after a Generation of Experience

Ian Rose

DAI, United States of America


Assessment of Land Administration Service Delivery In Three Selected States In Nigeria - Experiences From Ekiti, Kebbi and Niger States

Peter Olufemi Adeniyi1, Ayodele Elvis Oniemola1,2, Gbolahan Badru3

1: Presidential Technical Committee on Land Reform, Nigeria; 2: Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, Nigeria; 3: University of Lagos, Nigeria

07-11: Harnessing the Benefits from Interoperability
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Kalum Udagepola
 

The Notarial Role In Interconnected Land Governance

Pauline Malaplate, Frédéric Varin

High Council of Notary (CSN), France


Online portals support European Interconnection of Land Registers

Hendrikus Johannes {Rik} Wouters

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


Lessons from Information Technology-based Land Governance Reforms in India

Narayana Aithappa Gatty

Azim Premji University, India


New Trends in Development of Land Tenure in Russia

Alexander Sagaydak, Anna Sagaydak

State University of Land Use Planning, Russian Federation

07-12: Urban Land Acquisition
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Bjoern Hoops
 

Political and Economic Challenges for Land Owners and Families Surrounding the Port of La Union, El Salvador, Central America

Luis Alfaro1, Thi My Hanh Le2, Lorenzo Alfaro3

1: LAA GLOBAL, El Salvador; 2: Korea-Vietnam Friendship Information Technology College, Vietnam; 3: Real Estate Owner, El Salvador


Understanding Land Acquisition in Urban Development Projects: Participation of Slum Dwellers

Anushka Thakkar

Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT University), Ahmedabad, India


Land Governance & Infrastructure Development: Challenges in the Perspective of Land Acquisition and Resettlement.

Md Mayen Uddin Tazim

International Resettlement Consultant, Bahark-Eshkashim Road Project of the Ministry of Public Works, Asian Development Bank, Afghanistan


Understanding Local Governments’ Tactics To Guard Against Land-expropriation-related mass incidents (LERMIs) in China: A Case Study From Huizhou

Siliang Wang, Shukui Tan

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, People's Republic of

       
3:30pm
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3:45pm
Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby
3:45pm
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5:15pm
08-01: Data for Managing Urban Growth
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Sameh Naguib Wahba
 

Capturing Urbanization and SDGs at the City Level by Combining Data Sources

Lewis Dijkstra

European Commission, Belgium


New Opportunities for Urban Land Governance by Exploiting Big Data from Earth Observation

Thomas Esch

DLR, Germany


Anatomy of Density: Towards an Evidence-Based Densification Strategy for Cities

Shlomo Angel

New York University, United States of America


Better Data for Informed Decisions in Cities

Nancy Lozano Gracia

World Bank, United States of America


Data Needs for Planning Urbanization in Colombia

Luis Fernando Mejía

The National Planning Department, Colombia

08-02: Surveyors in Today's World: a Round Table
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Maurice Barbieri
 

Role of Surveyor in Implementing a Sustainable Fit- For-Purpose Land Administration

Nicolas Smith

Comité de Liaison des Géomètres Européens (CLGE), Belgium


Is There A Need for Reviewing Surveying Standards?

James Kavanagh

RICS, United Kingdom


Professionalizing the Sector: What Role for Professional Ethics and A Code of Conduct

Jean-Yves Pirlot

CLGE (Comité de Liaison des Géomètres Européens), Belgium


New Ways for Training of Surveyors

Vladimir Krupa

CLGE, Croatia


Tomorrow’s Surveyors : Will New Data and Technologies Change the Demand for Surveyor Services

Maurice Barbieri

CLGE (Council of European Geodetic Surveyors), Switzerland

08-03: Improving Access to Land for Returnees and IDPs
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Joachim Knoth
 

Improving Access to State Land for Returnees and IDPs in Afghanistan

Depika Sherchan1, Alison McFarlane2, Jawad Peikar3

1: UN-Habitat Afghanistan; 2: United Nations Mission in South Sudan; 3: CEO of Afghanistan Independent Land Authority (Arazi)


Preparing the ground for property restitution in the Syrian Arab Republic

Laura Cunial

Norwegian Refugee Council, Syria Response Office


Using Geospatial Data to Track Land Tenure Security in Syria

Paul Prettitore

The World Bank, United States of America

08-04: Improving Land Service Delivery in Africa IV
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Paul Tchawa
 

Participation, Innovative Approaches and Customary Cadastres: A Practical VGI Experiment in Nanton, Ghana

Kwabena Asiama1, Rohan Bennett2, Jaap Zevenbergen1

1: Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC), University of Twente, The Netherlands; 2: Swinburne Business School, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia


Low-Cost Land Information System for Sustainable Urban Development: Case Examples in Kenya and Zambia

Danilo Antonio, John Gitau, Oumar Sylla

UN-Habitat/GLTN, Kenya


Assisted Community-Led Systematic Land Tenure Regularization

Marisa Balas1, Simao Joaquim2, Joao Carrilho2, Jose Almeirim Carvalho2, Jose Murta1, Christiaan Lemmen3

1: EXI LDA, Mozambique; 2: DINAT - National Directorate of Lands; 3: Kadaster


Innovations for Securing Land Rights in Customary Settings: Gender, Collective Action, and Role of Customary Authorities

Charles Peter Msosa, Felix Mangani, Misheck Longwe, Davie Chilonga

MINISTRY OF LANDS, HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, Malawi

08-05: Can Community - Investor Negotiations be Fair?
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Rachael Knight
 

Supporting Communities in Their Negotiations with Investors – A View from Sierra Leone

Sonkita Conteh1, Rachael Knight2, Kaitlin Cordes3, Sam Szoke-Burke3

1: Namati, Sierra Leone; 2: Namati; 3: CCSI


Can Power and Resource Asymmetries be Addressed in Community-Investor Negotiations?

Kaitlin Cordes1, Rachael Knight2, Sam Szoke-Burke1, Tehtena Mebratu-Tsegaye1, Marena Brinkhurst2, Netsanet Tesfay1

1: Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, United States of America; 2: Namati, United States of America


Considering Community-Investor Negotiations Through the Lens of Political Economy and Legal Empowerment

Lorenzo Cotula

IIED, United Kingdom


Community-Investor Interactions and Agreements – Reflections from the Private Sector Perspective

Kathryn Elizabeth Mathias

Illovo Sugar Africa Ltd, United Kingdom


What Role for Government When Communities Enter Voluntarily Into Agreements with Investors?

Gad Asorwoe Akwensivie

Ghana Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Ghana

08-06: New Approaches to Developing Agricultural Value Chains
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Dietmar Stoian
 

Learning from Civil Society - Business Innovation Pilots for Governance of Agricultural Investments in Sub-Saharan Africa

Julian Quan

University of Greenwich, United Kingdom


Value Chain Development And Land Tenure Regularization In Mozambique. The Case Of Prosul, Linking Market To Land Tenure Secured Communities And Smallholder Farmers

Daniel Ozias Mate1, Francesco Rubino2, Daniel Simango1,2, Ruben Baptista Zunguze1,2

1: Agricultural Development Fund (FDA)/ Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security (MASA), Mozambique; 2: International Agricultural Development Fund (IFAD)


Land markets as a new way of managing lands in Senegal River valley?

Adamczewski Amandine1, Bourgoin Jeremy2

1: CIRAD, France / UGB Saint Louis Sénégal; 2: CIRAD, France / ISRA BAME Dakar


Land and Tree Tenure Innovations for Financing Smallholder Cocoa Rehabilitation in Ghana

Robert O'Sullivan1, Pablo Ramirez1, Yaw Adarkwah Antwi2, Michael Roth3, Matt Sommerville3

1: USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change Program, Winrock International; 2: USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change Program; 3: USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change Program, Tetra Tech

08-07: Native Title and Land Registration
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Camilla Toulmin
 

“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

08-08: Land Valuation to Improve Tax Collection: Case Studies
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Richard Grover
 

The Advantages of a Mixed System of Property Taxation

Benjamin Bervoets, Marco Kuijper, Ruud M. Kathmann

Netherlands Council for Real Estate Assessment, Netherlands, The


Innovative Approaches In Preparation For Mass Valuation In Serbia

Marija Rašković1, Borko Drašković1, Rumyana Tonchovska2, Richard Grover3, Petar Jovanov1

1: Republic Geodetic Authority of Serbia, Serbia; 2: Food and Agriculture Organization of UN; 3: Oxford Brookes University, UK


Piloting Innovative Approaches to Valuing Commercial Property for Taxation Purposes: Occupier Assisted Valuations

Terence Fahey1, Aanchal Anand2

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


Separate Land and Building Valuation Systems for Taxation?

Mika-Petteri Törhönen1, Kauko Viitanen2

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

08-09: Comparing Approaches to Securing Forest Tenure
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Gerardo Segura Warnholtz
 

Governing the Commons – Jointly Owned Forest as a Solution

Kauko Viitanen2, Markku Markkula1, Visa Korhonen1, Kirsikka Riekkinen1,2

1: National Land Survey of Finland; 2: Department of Built Environment, Aalto University School of Engineering, Finland


Social Differentiation In Collective Tenure Regimes: Women Rights And Forest Tenure Reforms

Iliana Monterroso, Larson Anne, Esther Mwangi, Liswanti Nining, Herawati Tuti

CIFOR


Understanding the Emerging Dynamics in Forest Governance in Ethiopia

Shewakena Abab

The World Bank Group

08-10: Economic Benefits from Land Administration Reform
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Michael Graglia
 

Agency for Real Estate Cadastre of Republic of Macedonia - Before and after the reforms, lessons learned, business orientation

Tatjana Cenova-Mitrevska

Agency for Real Estate Cadastre, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of


Improving Land Administration – Strategical Outlook

Božena Lipej

Evro-PF, Slovenia


Finding Common Ground

Christelle Van Den Berg1, Suzanne Valkman1, Hanhan Lukman2, Paulus Saers1

1: Kadaster, Netherlands, The; 2: ATR/BPN Indonesia

08-11: Strengthening Spatial Aspects of Land Administration
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Roland Klaus
 

UNECE/FIG Guidelines for Formalization of Informal Real Estate within Europe

Chrysi Potsiou

FIG, Greece


Real Estate Registration Project

Tamara Travar, Darko Miskovic

Republic Geodetic Authority Republic Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina


IMPROVEMENT of cadastral maps in CROATIA

Jeronim Moharić1, Jozo Katić2, Damir Šantek2

1: GEO-GAUSS d.o.o., Croatia; 2: State geodetic administration, Croatia

08-12: Turning Legal Principles for Expropriation into Practice
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Tim Hanstad
 

Challenges and Opportunities for the Formalization of Uncompensated Expropriated Private Lands in the Dominican Republic

Kevin Barthel, German Zarama, Victor Endo

The Land Alliance, United States of America


High-level Requirements for a Land Acquisition and Resettlement Tool for Planning, Design, and Implementation of Resettlement Process for Infrastructure and Other Public-interest Projects.

Nadege Orlova1, Alexandre Samborsky2, Miguel Sanjines3

1: World Bank; 2: National Center of State Cadastres, Geodesy and Cartography, Uzbekistan; 3: Independant Consultant


Compulsory Acquisition of Land: the Need For Robust Governance to Deliver Public Interest Projects Through Land Assembly

Liz Neate

Land and Equity Movement in Uganda - LEMU, United Kingdom


Legal Limits On Government Authority To Expropriate Land

Nicholas Tagliarino

Land Portal, Netherlands, The

       
5:30pm
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8:00pm
00-20: Celebrating the Day of the Surveyor
Location: MC 13-121 Lounge

By invitation only. Please contact GlobalSurveyorsDay@clge.eu


7:00pm Poster Board 02-01
Location: MC Atrium
 

The Social and Economic Impacts of the Lekki Free Trade Zone Expropriation on Affected Communities in Lagos, Nigeria

Yakubu Bununu1, Nicholas Tagliarino2, Marcello De Maria3, Akintobi Olusanmi4, Michael Magbagbeola5

1: Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria, Nigeria; 2: Faculty of Law, University of Groningen, Netherlands; 3: Department of Economics, University of Reading, UK; 4: GeoPlans Systems International Company Ltd, Nigeria; 5: Department of Geography, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria


Addressing Illegal Land Use in the Netherlands and Beyond: Towards an Empirically Based Reform of Acquisitive Prescription

Bjoern Hoops

University of Groningen, Netherlands, The


Land Conversion, Sense of Place and Human Well-being: The Unexplored Nexus of Urbanization

Mrittika Basu1, Osamu Saito1, Shizuka Hashimoto2, Rajarshi DasGupta2

1: United Nations University - Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability, Japan; 2: Laboratory of Landscape Ecology and Planning, Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo 113 8657, Japan


In Pursuit of Balanced Governance of Land in Context of Indian Land Acquisition Policies

Subhra Chattopadhyay, Puspita Mallick

Higher Education Dept., West Bengal

Poster Board 02-02
Location: MC Atrium
 

ISO 19152 Implementation using the INTERLIS based LADM Country Profile of Colombia

Fabian Mejía, Lorenz Jenni

BSF Swissphoto AG, Colombia


Anti-corruption solutions to land governance challenges in Africa: An analysis of Transparency International ‘s Land and Corruption Project in Africa

Farai Mutondoro1, Mary Awelani Addah2, Michael Okai2

1: Transparency International Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe; 2: Ghana Intergrity Intiative


Strengthening Land Governance for Poverty Eradication and Improved Livelihoods: The Role of the National Titling Centre in Kenya

Dr. Jane Monica Achieng Amisi, Dr. Nicholas Muraguri, Irene C. Muttai

Ministry of Land and Physical Planning, Kenya


Land Administration For My Country – The Challenges Of Delivering Land Administration Services At Scale

David Stow, John Clutterbuck, Peter Hedlund, John Kedar, Neil Dewfield, Andy Wilson, Dan Schirren, Fredrik Zetterquist

Ordnance Survey, United Kingdom


Delivering an Effective, Fit for Purpose and Future Proof Land Administration System for Low-Middle Income Nations

James Kavanagh1, John Kedar2, Emma Vincent3, Victoria Abbott3

1: RICS, United Kingdom; 2: Ordnance Survey; 3: Land Registry

Poster Board 02-03
Location: MC Atrium
 

Towards a Virtual Land Titling System - Kenya's Roadmap

Peter Ng'ang'a Mburu, Joseph Mwangi Kamutu, Jane M. Njeri

Ministry of Lands - Kenya, Kenya


India’s Digital Journey towards Conclusive Titling: Exploring Way-Outs from Road Blocks

Pranab Ranjan Choudhury

NR Management Consulting India Pvt Ltd, India


An Assessment of the ChallengesFacing Implementation of E-conveyancing in Kenya.

Zubeda Mucheke1, Lizahmy Ntonjira2

1: Ministry ofLands and Physical Planning; 2: Land Development and Governance Institute


Community-based Participatory Approach to Land Governance and Modernization of Land Records – An Indian Experience

V. Balakista Reddy

NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, India


The role of (City Address model And Computer aided mass valuation) technology in Land Administration systems – to improve land access and productivity of land use.

Emmanuel Adiba, Ivan Bamweyana

Kampala Capital City Authority, Uganda

Poster Board 02-04
Location: MC Atrium
 

Converting Informal Possession into Formal Ownership – The Nuances That Matter

Niketa Kulkarni, Tetyana Zelenska, Naveen Kumar

Landesa, United States of America


Exploring innovative valuation methods in communal land. The case of Namibia.

Sam M. Mwando

Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia


International Standards – Essential For Meaningful International Benchmarking To Price Sustainability Into The Market

Benjamin Lee Elder

RICS, United Kingdom


The Connectivity of Land Valuation, Land Transfer Standards (ILMS) and Land Acquisition/Taxation – Integrating Fit for Purpose Principles Along the Land Continuum

James Kavanagh

RICS, United Kingdom

Poster Board 02-05
Location: MC Atrium
 

Benefit Sharing in the Mining Sector: Case Study of Nguluku and Bwiti Kwale County, Kenya

Pauline Vata Musangi, Samuel Ouko Olando

Hakijamii, Kenya


Re-thinking the mega-projects approach in Kenya: Policy Choice and its effects on land rights

Odenda Lumumba

KENYA LAND ALLIANCE, Kenya


The Contemporary Wave of Large-Scale Land Investments and Its Implications to Smallholder Farmers in Tanzania: Is It a Land Investment or Land Grabbing?

Theobald Frank Theodory

Mzumbe University, Tanzania

Poster Board 02-06
Location: MC Atrium
 

Pilot use of responsible agricultural investment principles: Final Report

William Speller1, Asuka Okumura2, Hafiz Mirza3, Christopher Brett2, Duncan Pringle2

1: UNCTAD, Switzerland; 2: World Bank, Washington DC; 3: University of Reading


The Role of Land Banks in the Context of Zero-Deforestation Palm Oil in Indonesia

Johannes Pirker1,2, Aline Mosnier1, Kemen Austin3, Pablo Pacheco4, Esther Boere1, Ping Yowargana1

1: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); 2: KU Leuven, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences; 3: Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment; 4: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)


Anticipating Carbon Emission and Its Mitigation in the Global Land Rush

Chuan Liao2, Kerstin Nolte1, Jann Lay1, Christof Althoff1, Arun Agrawal2, Dan Brown2

1: GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany; 2: University of Michigan

Poster Board 02-07
Location: MC Atrium
 

Towards a Global Land Governance Database

Andrea Pacheco, Carsten Meyer

German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)


Land tenure security: Objective metrics towards United Nations-SDG land indicator 1.4.2.

Erin Tompkins, Brian Ballantyne, Steven Rogers

Natural Resources Canada


Land Rights as Human Rights: How strong standards on land in developing international human rights norms and the Sustainable Development Goals should inform legal and policy advocacy for practitioners, and priorities for donors and governments.

Beth Roberts, Katia Araujo

Landesa, United States of America


Managing Responsible Agricultural Investments Using an Open Source Solution

Mulugeta Tadesse Geleta1, Eshetayehu Tefera2, Adisu Mera3, Bayeh Tiruneh1, Oliver Schoenweger1, Ayele Gebreamlak2

1: GIZ, Ethiopia; 2: Agricultural Transformation Agenda (ATA), Ethiopia; 3: Ethiopian Horticulture and Agricultural Investment Authority (EHAIA)

Poster Board 02-08
Location: MC Atrium
 

Distributed ledger technologies and blockchain for a better Sustainable development goals framework

Manohar Velpuri1, Chetan Maringanti2, Anusha Pidugu3, Madhu aman Sharma4, Yeehoong Chin5, Surya Bhamidipati6, Jyothsna Velpuri7

1: FIG, Denmark,; 2: Credit Suisse, AbsolutAssets, Switzerland; 3: Absolutum Pte Ltd, Singapore; 4: K2amanagement, Combodia; 5: PWC singapore; 6: TLF Consortium, Switzerland; 7: IBM


Geospatial Good Practices and Advances in Machine Learning Towards Good Land Governance and Meeting the Global Challenges

Rumyana Tonchovska1, Jelena Matic Varenica2, Borko Draskovic2, Iain MacInnes3

1: Food and Agriculture Organisation of the UN, Italy; 2: Republic Geodetic Authority, Republic of Serbia; 3: DigitalGlobe International,Inc


Use Of Satellite Technology For Poverty Alleviation

Aline Duplaa1, Christophe Sannier2

1: CLS, FRANCE; 2: SIRS, France

Poster Board 02-09
Location: MC Atrium
 

Fintech and its impact on Land administration and geographical information systems.

Manohar Velpuri

FIG, Denmark


Online Learning and Open Source Geospatial Software to Innovate the Use of Spatial Data in the Land Administration Sector

Santtu Pyykkönen, Pekka Sarkola, Sanna Jokela

Gispo Ltd, Finland


Invasive weeds and food security in Africa: The role of Earth observation and geospatial science

Tobias Landmann, Saliou Niassy

International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology, Kenya


Methodology For Identification Of Agricultural Land Boundaries, Encroachment And Crop Usage Through Mobile Application.

Avil Saunshi, Richa Hukumchand, Sandika Biswas, Sudhakara Ganesh, Navin Twarakavi, Srinivasu Pappula, Chanchal Parmanik

Tata Consultancy Services, India

Poster Board 02-10
Location: MC Atrium
 

The REILA Project as a Model for successful Land Administration Capacity Building

Tommi Tenno1, Thomas Dubois1, Bernd Eversmann1, Tigistu Gebremeskel2

1: NIRAS, Finland; 2: Ministry of Agriculture, Ethiopia


E-Learning For Land Management: Experiences From Two Learning Packages

Anna Schopf1, Matthias Baume1, Eva Dörfler1, Walter de Vries1, Uchendu Eugene Chigbu1, Danilo Antonio2

1: Technical University Munich, Germany; 2: Un-Habitat/GLTN, Kenya


IAAO Innovation and Leadership Training for the Development of Successful Property Tax Systems

Dorothy Jacks, Margie Cusack, Paul Bidanset

International Association of Assessing Officers, United States of America

Poster Board 02-11
Location: MC Atrium
 

Ten Years of Norwegian Assistance to the Land Sector in Moldova: Assessment of the Results Supporting Achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals

Elena Busch1, Maria Ovdii2, Helge Onsrud1

1: Statens kartverk - Norwegian Mapping Authority, Norway; 2: Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre, Moldova


Large Scale Geodetic Projects in Republic of Macedonia

Boris Tundzev

Agency for real estate cadastre, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of


Geo-referencing Deconstructed

Stephen Calder

GIS/Transport, United States of America

Poster Board 02-12
Location: MC Atrium
 

From Mapping to Planning: experiences in Indonesia with public participation as a tool for sustainable development

Daniel Paez1, Paul Harris2, Imelda Sihombing2

1: Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; 2: Land Equity International


Protection of traditional rights with innovative technology for harmonized spatial planning in Indonesia

Marianna Posfai

NIRAS, Finland


Geospatial Technologies as elixir for unlocking the potentials of land in Sub-Saharan Africa

Njike Chigbu, Daniel Chukwuemeka Onukaogu, Jennifer Eziaku Chigbu

Abia State Polytechnic Aba, Nigeria


Land cadastral information system in Mongolia

Galmandakh Boldbaatar

Agency for Land Administration and Management, Geodesy and Cartography, Mongolia

Poster Board 02-13
Location: MC Atrium
 

Step By Step Guide On Community-Led Land Mapping

Fridah Githuku, Esther Mwaura-Muiru

GROOTS Kenya, Kenya


Social Tenure Domain Model towards Tenure Security Case Study: Kitui village-Majengo slum, Nairobi

Diana Kyalo, Malachi Odongo

Technical University of Kenya, Kenya


Improving Tenure Security of Smallholder Farmers: Pioneering Tools and Approaches in Kenya and Uganda

Danilo Antonio, John Gitau, Oumar Sylla, Samuel Mabikke, Solomon Mkumbwa

UN-Habitat/GLTN, Kenya

Poster Board 02-14
Location: MC Atrium
 

Participatory Planning for Pro-Poor Low Cost Housing in Cambodia as a response to insecure land tenure – A Case Study of Kor Village, Chrang Chamres II Commune Ruesey Keo District, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Leang Vityea Kam, Crowther Daniel

People in Need, Cambodia


Alternative housing paradigms in BRICS countries

Piyush Tiwari

University of Melbourne, Australia


Regularization of informal settlements: a comparative study between Colombia, Brazil and Peru

Daniella Farias Scarassatti1, Ivan Matiz Sanchez2, Gladys Rojas León3, Bastiaan Reydon4, José Alberto Maia Barbosa5

1: Prefeitura de Campinas, Brazil; 2: Agustin Codazzi Geographic Institute, Colombia; 3: National Superintendency of Public Registries,Peru; 4: State University of Campinas, Brazil; 5: State University of Campinas, Brazil


High housing construction costs in Africa: Key drivers and some solutions

El Hadj Bah, Issa Faye, Zeke Geh

African Development Bank (AfDB), Côte d'Ivoire

Poster Board 02-15
Location: MC Atrium
 

Urban Public Open Spaces As A Generator Of Growth And Inclusive Cities In Developing Countries: Case Of Blantyre City, Malawi

Costly Chanza

BLANTYRE CITY COUNCIL, Malawi


Analysis of Land Value Contributing Factors in Kigali City-Rwanda

David Nkurunziza, Geoffrey Mugabo, Clarisse Umugwaneza

University of Rwanda,College of Science and Technology, Rwanda


Bridging the Gap Between Geo-Technologies and Urban Land Administration in Brazil

Raphael Bischof dos Santos, Leticia Palazzi Perez

Federal University of ABC, Brazil


Integrating Urban Regeneration Into Land Management: Practices in Istanbul

Nihat Enver Ulger1,2, Muzaffer Can Iban1, Bektas Cem Ulger2

1: Okan University, Turkey; 2: Avrasya Land Management and Urban Regeneration Strategy Development Center, Turkey


Agency Assisted Urban Renewal Under Heterogeneous Utility Functions

Sankalp Sharma1, Tajamul Haque2, Rajiv Sharma3, Anil Giri4, Iuliia Tetteh5

1: Kent State University, USA; 2: Council for Social Development, India; 3: Government of India, India.; 4: University of Central Missouri, USA; 5: Illinois State University, USA

Poster Board 02-16
Location: MC Atrium
 

Vulnerability Assessment For Resilient Housing Retrofitting In Guatemala

Sarah Antos, Luis Miguel Triveno

World Bank, United States of America


The New Urban Vulnerability: India

Aparna Soni

RICS School of Built Environment, India


Exploring Urban-Rural Linkages through the Lens of Land Governance and Human Settlements

Tamzin Hudson, Gyorgi Sumeghy

Habitat for Humanity International, South Africa


Entrenching a Participatory and Sustainable Approach to Urban Planning and Responsible Land Governance in Kenya

Samuel Kimeu, Mary Maneno

Transparency International Kenya, Kenya

Date: Thursday, 22/Mar/2018
8:30am
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10:00am
09-01: Improving Resilience and Resilience Impact of National Land and Geospatial Systems
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Mika-Petteri Törhönen
 

Improving Resilience and Resilience Impact of National Land and Geospatial Systems

Mika-Petteri Torhonen1, Alvaro Federico Barra1, Ivelisse Justiniano1, Abbas Rajabifard2, Katie Potts2

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: University of Melbourne, Australia


Discussant

Arvid Lillethun

Norwegian Mapping Authority, Norway

09-02: Gendered land data to equalize asset access: How and why
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Benedicte Leroy De La Briere
 

Why direct interviewing matters- results from Malawi

Heather Moylan, Talip Kilic

The World Bank, Italy


Using Tax Data to Assess Gender Equality in Land Ownership: Lessons for Ukraine and Beyond

Denis Bashlyk

Stategeocadastre, Ukraine


Using monitoring data to effectively mainstream gender equality in land ownership in the Western Balkans

Etilda Gjonaj, Toni Gogu

Ministry of Justice, Albania


Towards an Integrated Approach to Measuring Gendered Land Access and Project Impact

Klaus Deininger

World Bank, United States of America

09-03: Influencing the next tier of companies – promoting responsible land-based investment through investors or investment frameworks
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Harold Liversage
 

Levers and Limits to Shaping Investment Practices in Land: A DFI Perspective

Sam Lacey

CDC Group, United Kingdom


Shaping Agropole Investment Frameworks to Incentivise Responsible Investment Practices

Francine Picard

IISD, Switzerland


A Legal Empowerment Approach to Influencing Land Investment

Vivek Maru

Namati, India


Investors’ ability to influence small and large investee land investment practices: reflections on IFC experience

Mark Constantine

International Finance Corporation, United States of America

09-04: Multi-Stakeholder Platforms for Land Policy Dialogue
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Oumar Sylla
 

Innovation of Integrated Resource Governance in Myanmar

Aung Kyaw Thein

Pyoe Pin, Myanmar


Enjeux Et Limites Des Plateformes De Gouvernance Foncière Multiacteurs En Afrique

KA Ibrahima

Initiative Prospective Agricole et Rurale, Senegal


Refitting Gendered Land Governance Strategies With New Global And Regional Development Frameworks: Opportunities And Challenges For Land And Gender Advocates

M. Siraj Sait1, Mino Ramaroson2, Rebecca Ochong3, Melissa Permizel4

1: University of East London, United Kingdom; 2: Huairou Commission, United States of America; 3: Habitat for Humanity International Asia Pacific Office; 4: United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat)


Multi-stakeholder Engagement To Increase Access To Land For Housing: Case Studies From A Global Advocacy Campaign

Jane Katz1, Tamzin Hudson4, Maria Luisa Zanelli3, Carly Kraybill1, Irantzu Serra-Lasa1, Rebecca Ochong2, Anne Myers1

1: Habitat for Humanity International, United States of America; 2: Habitat for Humanity International, Asia-Pacific; 3: Habitat for Humanity International, Latin America and the Caribbean; 4: Habitat for Humanity International, Europe, Middle Eaat and Africa

09-05: Land Governance and VGGT
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Anna Locke
 

Expropriation of Land Rights for Implementation of Mega Infrastructure Projects

Gert Michael Henningsen, Cecilie Ravn-Christensen, Kenneth Norre

LE34, Denmark


Land Governance for Development in the CEE region: Framing of Land Fragmentation as part of the Sustainable Development Goals

Frank Van Holst1, Morten Hartvigsen2, Francisco Ónega López3

1: Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl), Netherlands; 2: FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia; 3: University of Santiago de Compostela


German Citizens Requesting Responsible Land Governance: Opportunities and Limitations of Citizens’ Initiatives in Germany – And Elsewhere

Babette Wehrmann

Independent Consultant, Germany


Private Law and Agricultural Development: Preparing, Negotiating and Implementing an Agricultural Land Investment Contract that is Consistent with the VGGT and CFS-RAI Principles

Neale Bergman1, Anna Veneziano1, Frederique Mestre1, Margret Vidar2, Charles Forrest3

1: UNIDROIT, Italy; 2: FAO, Italy; 3: IFAD, Italy


Human Rights Based Monitoring of Land Governance

Jes Weigelt1, Alexander Mueller1, Michael Windfuhr2

1: TMG Research. TMG ThinkTank for Sustainability, Germany; 2: German Institute for Human Rights

09-06: Drivers and Impacts of Large-Scale Agro Investments
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Jann Lay
 

The Globalization of Farmland: Theory and Empirical Evidence

Rabah Arezki1, Christian Bogmans2, Harris Selod1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: International Monetary Fund, United States of America


Impacts Of Large Agricultural Investments - A Comparative Analysis From Three African Countries

Johannes Marcus Giger1, Ward Anseeuw2, Sheryl L Hendriks3, Eve Fouilleux4, Perrrin Burnod4,6, Aurélien Aurélien Reys4, Sandra Eckert1, Boniface Kiteme7, Christoph Oberlack1, Julie Zähringer1, Camilla Adele8, Michael Van Der Laan9, John Annandale9, Magalie Bourblanc4, Sara Mercandalli4,5, Peter Messerli1

1: University of Bern, Switzerland; 2: French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD) and International Land Coalition (ILC), Rome; 3: Institute for Food, Nutrition and Well-being and the Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development, University of Pretoria, South Africa; 4: CIRAD, France; 5: University of Pretoria, South Africa; 6: Malagasy Land Observatory, Madagascar; 7: CETRAD (Centre for Training and Integrated Research In ASAL Development) Nanyuki, Kenya; 8: Study of Governance Innovation, University of Pretoria, South Africa; 9: University of Pretoria, Department of Plant Production and Soil Science


Towards normalization? Comparison and evolution of land acquisitions in eight African countries

Angela Harding1, Wytske Chamberlain1,4, Ward Anseeuw1,2,3, Markus Giger1,5

1: Land Matrix Initiative; 2: International Land Coalition; 3: CIRAD; 4: University of Pretoria; 5: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE) - University of Bern


Tainted Lands: Corruption In Large-Scale Land Deals

Olivier De Schutter1, George Boden2

1: University of Louvain (UCL, Belgium) and at SciencesPo (Paris); 2: Global Witness

09-07: How can Pastoral Systems Keep up with Changing Conditions?
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Fiona Flintan
 

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

09-08: Tenure Security and Low-Cost Housing Delivery
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Robin Rajack
 

Rethinking Property Regularization For Effective Informal Settlements Upgrading In Egypt: A Context - Specific Approach

Mohab Abdel Moneim Abdel Aziz Elrefaie1,2

1: GIZ, Egypt; 2: Department of Urban Planning, faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt


Land Title Application Rate and Uptake In Regularized Settlements in Tanzania

Moses Kusiluka1, Dorice Chiwambo2

1: Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development, Tanzania; 2: Ardhi University


Facilitating The Creation Of Enabling Environments For Slum Upgrading And Affordable Housing - From Pilots To Programs in Monrovia, Liberia

Stephen Seidel

Habitat for Humanity International, United States of America


Informality in the Brazilian housing market: the case of the Metropolitan region of Campinas - SP (RMC)

Bastiaan Philip Reydon1, Gabriel Siqueira1, Vitor Bukvar Fernandes1, Robin Rajak2

1: UNICAMP, Brazil; 2: IDB

09-09: Land Tenure Regularization and Agricultural Intensification
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Innocent Matshe
 

Acknowledging Middle-Scale Farmers in Senegal: From Land Use/Acquisition Processes To Their Role in Agricultural Intensification

Djiby Dia1, Jeremy Bourgoin2, Samba Cissé1, Pape Bilal Diakhaté1, Ndeye Fatou Diémé1, Djibril Diop1, Cheickh Sadibou Fall1, Amy Faye1, Ndeye Fatou Faye1, Pape Abdoulaye Kane1, Chérif Mané1, Mor Ngom1, Moussa Sall1, Saer Sarr1, Rassoul Sy1, Ward Anseeuw3, Thomas Jayne4

1: ISRA Bame, Senegal; 2: CIRAD/ISRA Bame, Senegal; 3: CIRAD/FIDA, Italy; 4: Michigan State University


The Impact of Land Governance on the Economic Development Potential of Small Scale Farmers in Namibia

Charl-Thom Hilgardt Bayer

Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia


The Impact of Informal Land Tenure Security on Credit Taking and Land Rental Markets in Zambia’s Eastern Province

Adi Greif1, Heather Huntington1, Sarah Lowery2

1: Cloudburst Consulting Group, United States of America; 2: United States Agency for International Development

09-10: Evaluating Impact of Land Tenure Projects
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Cynthia Goytia
 

Beyond Titling: Impacts of a Multifaceted Land Governance Intervention on Land Conflict in Burkina Faso

Benjamin Linkow

Landesa, United States of America


Tools for Impact Evaluation of Land Tenure and Governance

Jennifer Lisher

Millennium Challenge Corporation, United States of America


Impacts of customary land use rights formalization on smallholder tenure security and economic outcomes: Midline results from a RCT impact evaluation of USAID’s Land Tenure Assistance activity in Tanzania

Lauren Persha1, Jacob Patterson-Stein2, Ioana Bouvier3, Benjamin Linkow4

1: NORC at the University of Chicago, United States of America; 2: MSI, Inc; 3: United States Agency for International Development; 4: Landesa


The Impact of Customary Land Certification on Land Tenure and Resource Governance: Results of the Tenure and Global Climate Change RCT in Zambia

Heather Huntington, Aleta Starosta, Ben Ewing

Cloudburst Consulting Group, United States of America

09-11: Lightning talks: Machine Learning and Platforms
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Thomas Esch
 

Will Artificial Intelligence Help Provide Solutions to Land Governance and Poverty?

Roger C. Child1, C. Mark Cressler2, Brian R.. Carrington3, Isaac Blackhurst3

1: The University of Utah School of City and Metropolitan Planning; 2: Geomancer, Inc.; 3: The Corporation of the Presiding Bishop


Unsupervised Extraction Of Features And High Resolution Data Using AIMEE

Alexis Smith, Marcus Bellett-Travers

IMGeospatial, United Kingdom


Digital Twin as City Management Tool

Anssi Savisalo1, Juha Salmelin2, Jukka Hemilä3, Kari Tuukkanen1, Mika-Petteri Törhönen4

1: Sitowise Ltd, Finland; 2: Nokia Bell Labs, Finland; 3: VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd; 4: World Bank


Using Scalable Technology Platforms to Deliver Fit-for-Purpose Land Administration

Tim Fella

ESRI, United States of America


Harnessing Land Information Through Cloud-Based Platforms For A Resilient Society

John Clutterbuck, David Stow, Peter Hedlund, John Kedar, Neil Dewfield, Andy Wilson, Dan Schirren

Ordnance Survey, United Kingdom

09-12: New ways of creating and using data
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: David Rovira
 

Ecuador - Sigtierras The First National Interconnected Open Source Land Information System

Jean-Philippe Lestang, Jean-Noël Avrain, Stéphane Palicot

GEOFIT, France


Territorial management in San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Vicente Aguilar1, Boris Roberto Lopez2, Pablo Dominguez2

1: Municipalidad de San Pedro Sula, Honduras; 2: DHV Consultants


Zanzibar Mapping Initiative - An Island of Innovation

Yves Barthelemy, Edward Anderson

WORLD BANK, Tanzania


Land Administration at Scale

Peter Ritchie

GIS Transport, Nigeria

09-13: New Ways of Dealing with Land Conflict
Location: MC 2-850
Chair: Laura Cunial
 

Alternative Land Conflict Transformation: A Cambodia Innovation

Sophorn Poch

Independent Mediation Organization (IMG), Cambodia


Innovation In Land Disputes Mediation And Land Governance In Conflict Situations: Evidence From Eastern DRC And The State Of Jubbaland, Somalia.

Nelson Marongwe, Oumar Sylla, Ombretta Tempra Tempra

UN-Habitat, Kenya


Land Governance And State Building In Conflict Contexts: 10 Country Cases

Ombretta Tempra, Clarissa Augustinus, Oumar Sylla

UN-Habitat / Global Land Tool Network, Kenya

09-15: Affordable Standards for Land Data Management
Location: MC 7-300
Chair: B. James Deaton
 

Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) and its contribution to monitoring of land governance in Uganda

Miguel Angel Sanjines Mancilla1, Richard Oput2, Christopher Burke3

1: Independent Consultant, Bolivia, Plurinational State of; 2: Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development (MLHUD), Uganda; 3: Integrated Land Solutions, Africa (ILSA)


Modernizing Land Service Delivery through the Application of a Continuum Approach: Examining the Appropriateness of the International Land Management Standard (ILMS)

C. Kat Grimsley1, James Kavanagh2

1: George Mason University, United States of America; 2: Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, United Kingdom


Building Ethiopian Land Administration Domain Model to Support Legal Cadastre in Ethiopia

Solomon Kebede2, Nadege Orlova1, Christophe Dekeyne3

1: World Bank; 2: Federal Urban Real Property Registration and Information Agency, Ethiopia; 3: IGNFI


IT-Leap Approach – Lessons Learned in Providing Knowledge Transfer and Capacity Strengthening

Igor Popiv1, Carol Roffer1, Maksym Kalyta1, Alexander Samborsky2

1: Innola Solutions Inc., USA; 2: National Center of State Cadastres, Geodesy and Cartography, Uzbekistan

10:00am
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10:30am
Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby
10:30am
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12:00pm
10-01: How can urban regeneration projects help tackle poverty and address inequity of access?
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Sameh Naguib Wahba
 

Making The Improbable Possible: Integrating Design And Infrastructure Across All 51 Miles Of The Los Angeles River

Omar Brownson

River LA, United States of America


Waterfront Redevelopment in Rio de Janeiro – Thinking about the Most Vulnerable

Alberto Silva

Urban Management Smart City Business Americas Institute, United States of America

10-02: India's progress towards harnessing the benefits of inter-operability
Location: MC 13-121
 

Integrated Land Information – India

Dinesh Singh

Department of Land Resources, India


Discussant Comments

Klaus Deininger

World Bank, United States of America

10-03: Native Title in Latin America
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Enrique Pantoja
 

Native Title and Land Registration

Nicolás Nogueroles1, Lavinia Figueroa2, Luis Maldonado3, Maria Elena Garcia4, Diana Buitrago5

1: IPRA-CINDER (International Property Registries Association), Spain; 2: Procuraduria General de Guatemala; 3: Corporacion Chilena de Derecho Registral; 4: Registro Nacional Agrario Mexico; 5: Supeintendencia de los Registros y del Notariado Colombia


Indigenous Property Titles: The Mapuche Community in Chile and the Protection of Property Records

Jose Luis Alberto Maldonado Croquevielle1, Claudia Bahamondes Oyarzún2

1: Conservador de Bienes Raíces de Santiago, Chile; 2: Conservador de Bienes Raíces de Santiago, Diego Portales University, Chile


Private Property and Social Property, Two Different Views: the Case of Mexico

María Elena García Flores

CINDER North America


Aboriginal Titles and the Problems to Reflect Them in the Land Registry and Cadaster

Diana Buitrago, Jairo Mesa Guerra

superintendencia de notariado y registro, Colombia


The Recognition of Ancient Rights of Aboriginal People. A Vision From The Land Registry and the Court of Justice of Guatemala

Lavinia Figueroa

General Attorney Guatemala, Guatemala

10-04: Capacity Development for Land Governance
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Charl-Thom Hilgardt Bayer
 

Land Govenance In Higher Education: Missing Link between Research, Policy, And Stakeholders' Needs In African Societies

Michael Kirk

University of Marburg, Germany


Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration: Capacity Development for Country Implementation

Stig Enemark1, Robin McLaren2, Danilo Antonio3

1: Aalborg University, Denmark; 2: KnowEdge, United Kingdom; 3: GLTN/UN-Habitat, Kenya


Technical and Vocational Education and Training initiative on Rural Cadastre and Land Registration: The Case of Ethiopia

Zerfu Hailu Gebrewold1, Tigistu G/Meskel Abeza2, Tommi Tenno Tenno1

1: NIRAS/Ethiopia, Ethiopia; 2: Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources


Advancing collaborative research in responsible and smart land management in and for Africa: The ADLAND model

Uchendu Eugene Chigbu, Walter de Vries, Pamela Duran Diaz, Anna Schopf, Tobias Bendzko

Chair of Land Management, Technical University of Munich, Germany

10-05: Leveraging Land Governance and Sustainability in the 2030 Agenda
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Ward Anseeuw
 

Unlocking the potential of land systems to contribute to the 2030 agenda: Identifying trade-offs and co-benefits and synthesizing knowledge for sustainable and just land systems

Ariane de Bremond1,2, Peter Messerli1,2, Ehrensperger Albrecht1,2, Isabelle Providoli1,2, Henri Rueff2

1: Global Land Programme, International Programme Office; 2: University of Bern, Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), Switzerland


Imagining Agriculture in 2030: Sustainable solutions, disruptive technology

Carin Smaller, Lourdes Sanchez, Richard Bridle, Livia Bizikova, Sarah Brewin

International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)


Energy and land use - contribution to the UNCCD Global Land Outlook

Uwe Fritsche1, Göran Berndes2, Annette Cowie3, Virginia Dale4, Francis X. Johnson5, Keith Kline4, Hans Langeveld6, Navin Sharma9, Helen Watson7, Jeremy Woods8

1: IINAS, Germany; 2: Chalmers University, Sweden; 3: University of New England, Australia; 4: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USQ; 5: Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden; 6: Biomass Research, Netherlands; 7: KwaZulu-Natal University, South Africa; 8: Imperial College, UK; 9: International Centre for Research in Agroforestry, Kenya


Women’s Land Rights as Potential Accelerator of Twin Efforts to Reach Land Degradation Neutrality and Achieve Gender Equality

Tzili Mor, Jennifer Duncan

Landesa, United States of America

10-06: Monitoring Implementation of Large Agro Investments
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Francine Picard
 

Forms of land tenure and property in a municipality in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, and strategies for community land rights protection.

Douglas Hertzler1, Geisselle Sanchez2, Lourdes Gomez3

1: ActionAid USA, United States of America; 2: ActionAid Guatemala; 3: CONGCOOP Guatemala


Fostering Transparent and Evidence-Based Reporting: the Case of Uganda

Elisa Mandelli1, Harold Liversage1, Giulia Barbanente1, Richard Kabuleta2

1: IFAD, Italy; 2: Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries of Uganda


Collaborative planning for land-based investments in agriculture and forestry in Tanzania, Mozambique and Uganda

Gemma Betsema1,2,3, Emilinah Namaganda1, Annelies Zoomers4,3,1

1: Shared Value Foundation; 2: CIFOR; 3: LANDac; 4: Utrecht University


Emerging Developments in Responsible Large-Scale Agricultural Investment in the Mekong

Kate Rickersey1, Jean-Christophe Diepart2, Christian Castellanet3, John Meadows1

1: Land Equity International Pty Ltd, Australia; 2: Independent; 3: Gret

10-07: Increasing Tenure Security in Pastoral Systems
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Peter Veit
 

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

10-08: Land Administration as an Enabler for Local Government
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Pekka Ilmari Halme
 

Land Administration in Ecuador; current situation and opportunities with adoption of fit-for-purpose land administration approach

Dimo Todorovski1, Rodolfo Salazar2, Ginella Jacome2, Antonio Bermeo3, Esteban Orellana4, Fátima Zambrano4, Andrea Paola Teran3, Raul Mejia5

1: Faculty ITC< University of Twente, Netherlands, The; 2: University ESPE, Ecuador; 3: SIGITERRAS, Ecuador; 4: MIDUVI, Ecuador; 5: Consultant


The Future of the Cadastral in Honduras

Alain Paz Quesada, Roman Alvarez Mejia

Unidad Administradora de Proyectos del Instituto de la Propiedad, Honduras


Are Local Registers the Solution?

Richard Baldwin1, Clive English1, Christiaan Lemmen3, Ian Rose2, Andrew Smith1, Alexander Solovov1, Tressan Sullivan2

1: DAI Europe , United Kingdom; 2: DAI, United States; 3: Kadaster, Netherlands

10-09: Is There a Need to Promote Land Access by the Youth?
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Mamadou Baro
 

Challenges of Governance Responses to Land Use Change and Poverty Among Indigenous People in Northeast Cambodia

Sochanny Hak1, John McAndrew2, Andreas Neef1

1: The University of Auckland, New Zealand; 2: Research Consultant


Understanding Adivasiness as Caste Expression and Land Rights Claim in Central-Eastern India

Patrik Oskarsson1, Siddharth Sareen2

1: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden; 2: University of Bergen, Norway


Land Access, Tenure Security and the Fate of Rural Youth in Africa: The Case of Mozambique

Hosaena Ghebru1, Helder Zavale2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute; 2: Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique

10-10: Impact of Payment for Environmental Services
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Anne Larson
 

Households’ Decisions to Participate in China’s Sloping Land Conversion Program and Reallocate Their Labour Times: Is There Endogeneity Bias?

Runsheng Yin1,3, Gang Lu1, Can Liu2

1: Department of Forestry, Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: China National Forestry Economics and Development Research Center, No. 18 East Heping Street, Beijing, 100714; 3: College of Economics and Management, Zhejiang A&F University, Lin’an, 311300, China


Triggers and Outcomes to Collective Action in Common-Pool Resources Management: A Devolution Case of Collective Forests in China

Gunnar Kohlin1, Yuanyuan Yi2

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: World Bank


Effect Analysis of Market-based Grassland Management and Reciprocal Grassland Management: A Study on Inner Mongolian Pastoral Area

Ruxin Zhang, Mengjun Zhang, Shuhao Tan

Renmin University of China, China, People's Republic of


Land Conservation Payments Also Conserve Communal Social Capital

Jennifer Alix-Garcia1, Katharine Sims2, Victor Hugo Orozco Olvera3, Laura Costica3, Jorge David Fernandez Medina4, Sofía Romo Monroy4

1: Department of Applied Economics, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA.; 2: Economics Department, Environmental Studies Affiliate, Amherst College, Amherst, MA, USA.; 3: World Bank Development Impact Evaluation Unit, Washington, D.C., USA.; 4: Evaluation Department, National Forestry Commission of Mexico, Guadalajara, Jalisco, MX.

10-11: Lightning talks: geospartial
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Barbara Ryan
 

Satellites for Syria: New methods for assessing agricultural production in conflict areas to support productivity assessments, rehabilitation efforts, and (post conflict) assistance

Annemarie Klaasse1, Eva Haas2, Remco Dost1, Michael Riffler2, Bekzod Shamsiev3, Keith Garrett3

1: eLEAF, The Netherlands; 2: GeoVille, Austria; 3: World Bank, USA


Assessment of Land Use and Land Cover Change Using GIS and Remote Sensing Techniques: A Case Study of Abobo District, Gambella Region, Ethiopia

Azeb Degife

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany


Monitoring Agricultural Investments In Ethiopia: A Remote Sensing Based Approach

Matthias Hack1, Fabian Loew2, Guido Lemoine3, Oliver Schoenweger1, Mulugeta Tadesse1, Felix Rembold3, Dimo Dimov2

1: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Germany; 2: MapTailor Geospatial Consulting GbR; 3: Joint Research Center (JRC) European Commission


The Role of Geospatial Water Resource Management for Sustainable Land Use in Africa

Christian Tottrup1, Norman Kiesslich2, Niels Wielaard3, Remco Dost4, Peter Bauer-Gottwein5, Suhyb Salama6, Benjamin Koetz7

1: DHI GRAS, Denmark; 2: GeoVille, Austria; 3: Satelligence, Netherlands; 4: eLEAF, Netherlands; 5: DTU Environment, Denmark; 6: ITC, University of Twente, Netherlands; 7: European Space Agency, Italy


The Data is Not Enough: Some Hurdles We Must Overcome in the Democratization of Remote Sensing and GIS Technology

Dean McCormick

Hexagon Geospatial, United States of America

10-12: Roundtable: Big Data and the Valuation Office – a Two-sided Application for Land Administration?
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Tim Fella
 

Improving Property Tax Valuation with Big Data

Dorothy Jacks

International Association of Assessing Officers, United States of America


How Governments are Applying Concepts of Big Data, Open Data, and Data Science in Support of Land Administration

Christopher Barlow

Thomson Reuters, United States of America


Arlington County’s Open Data Initiative

Jaime Lees

Arlington County, United States of America

10-13: Taxing Real Property in Africa: Status & Prospects
Location: MC 2-850
Chair: Willy Govender
 

Policy Challenges

Martin Grote

IMF, United States of America


Are the Property Tax Challenges Africa Face Different from Elsewhere in the World?

Joan Youngman

Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, United States of America


Land Tenure Issues

Lawrence Walters

Brigham Young University, United States of America


Administrative Challenges

William Mccluskey

African Tax Institute, University of Pretoria, United Kingdom


Current Status and Future Prospects

Riel Franzsen

University of Pretoria, South Africa

10-14: Improving Land Service Delivery in Africa I
Location: MC 7-300
Chair: Wordsworth Odame Larbi
 

Managing Large Scale Land Administration Reforms; A case of Ghana’s Land Administration Reform

Kofi Abakah Blankson

MINISTRY OF LANDS AND NATURAL RESOURCES, Ghana


Use of Enabling Technology in Protecting Customary Land Rights in Sierra Leone - Pilot Formalization of Customary Land Rights

Alphajoh Cham1, Rexford A. Ahene2, Maria Paola Rizzo2

1: Ministry of Lands, Country Planning and the Environment, Government of Sierra Leone, Sierra Leone; 2: Food and Agricultural Organisation


Rural Parcel Rights Demarcation in Ghana - An Exposition and Critique

Gad Asorwoe Akwensivie, Clarence Bosompim Coleman

Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Accra - Ghana


Good Land Governance Is Essential To Effective Land Administration

Mahashe Chaka, Ntsebo Putsoa, Mankuebe Mohafa

Land Administration Authority, Lesotho

12:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Front Lobby and Preston Lounge
Women's caucus
Location: MC 6-100
 
12:30pm
-
2:00pm
00-15: Plenary: Private Land Rights and Public Land Acquisition: Reconciling the Tensions
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Somik V. Lall
 

Private Land Rights and Public Land Acquisition: Reconciling the Tensions

Paul Collier

University of Oxford, United Kingdom


Discussant

Yan Zhang

World Bank, China, People's Republic of

2:00pm
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3:30pm
11-01: Integrated Approaches for the Sustainable Development of Indigenous Peoples’ and Local Communities’ Lands and Territories after Legalization
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Luis Felipe Duchicela

VC RDC; Translation French and Spanish

 

Community Forestry Concessions in the Maya Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala

José Román Carrera1, Ana Centeno2

1: Rainforest Alliance, Guatemala; 2: Carmelita, Guatemala


Current Status and Perspectives on Forests, Land Reform and Indigenous Peoples in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Kapupu Diwa

Current Status and Perspectives on Forests, Land Reform and Indigenous Peoples in the Democratic Republic of the Congo


Current Status and Perspectives on Forests, Land Reform and Indigenous Peoples in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Nyongolo Betto

Ligue Nationale des Associations des Autochtones Pygmées du Congo (LINAPYCO), Congo, Democratic Republic of the


Re-opening the Path to Recognition of Afro-Colombians Collective Land Rights

Omaira Bolanos Cardenas

Rights and Resources Initiative, United States of America


Experiences in Asia & Global Perspectives

Nonette Royo

The International Land Tenure Facility, United States of America


Reflections on Rights Actualization versus Rights Recognition: Closing the Gap

Steven Lawry

Center for International Forestry Research, United States of America

11-02: Impact evaluation of land tenure and land use regularization
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Maximo Torero
 

Using Evaluations on Land Rights and Regularization for Policy Design

Sebastian Galiani

Treasury, Aregetina, Argentine Republic


Property Rights Reform in Mexico: Its Impact on Structural Transformation

Alain de Janvry

University of California at Berkeley, United States of America


Impact of Land Titling in Rwanda

Markus Goldstein1, Eliana La Ferrara2, Daniel Ayalew Ali1, Klaus Deininger1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Bocconi University, Italy

11-03: Round table on progress with the VGGT
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Oumar Sylla
 

5th Anniversary of the VGGT: Achievements and Next Steps

Marcela Villarreal

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Italy


Impact of VGGT Implementation on the Sustainable Use of Natural Resources in Panama

Carlos Eduardo González Mosquera

Autoridad Nacional de Administración de Tierras, Panama


VGGT and Land-based Investments:Some Investment Instruments Such as the EIP and AgriFi

Joachim Knoth

European Commission, Belgium


Monitoring and Evaluation of the VGGT

Virgilio delos Reyes

Stanford Law School, United States of America


VGGT, Governance of Tenure and Responsible Investments in Agriculture

Roberto Ridolfi

FAO, Italy

11-04: Data Collection Methodology
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Gbemisola Oseni Siwatu
 

Production Frontiers & Soil Suitability: An Analysis of Maize Farmers in Eastern Uganda

Sydney Gourlay

World Bank, United States of America


Mission Impossible? Exploring the Promise of Multiple Imputation for Predicting Missing GPS-Based Land Area Measures in Household Surveys

Talip Kilic2, Ismael Yacoubou Djima1, Gero Carletto2

1: Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS), Survey Unit, Development Data Group, The World Bank; 2: The World Bank


Targeting small scale irrigation in Mozambique: Initial evidence and implications for impact evaluations

Paul Christian, Florence Kondylis

The World Bank, United States of America


Sampling strategies for assessing impacts of irrigation investment in Rwanda

Florence Kondylis

The World Bank, United States of America

11-05: Coming Together to Advocate Land Policy Reform
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Andreas Lange
 

Strengthening women’s land rights and security of tenure for all on customary land settings: Implementation of innovative and gendered land tools and approaches

Frances Birungi Odong1, Simon Peter Mwesigye2, Oumar Sylla2, Samuel Mabikke2, Danilo Antonio2

1: Uganda Community Based Association for Women and Children's welfare ( UCOBAC), Uganda; 2: UN-Habitat/Global Land Tool Network


Lessons learnt from the 1995 National Land Policy Review and CSOs Engagement

Mary Mzubwa Ndaro

CARE International in Tanzania, Tanzania


Investing In Community Organizing To Advance Women Land Rights In Africa

Mino Harivelo Ramaroson1, Esther Mwaura-Muiru2

1: HUAIROU COMMISSION, United States of America; 2: GROOTS KENYA


Addressing Women’s Land Rights using the SDGs Framework: Experience from Tanzania

Godfrey Massay

Landesa, Tanzania

11-06: Principles of Responsible Agro Investment: Next Steps
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Chris Brett
 

Land Rights as a Critical Factor in Donor Agricultural Investments: Constraints and Opportunities for YieldWise in Kenya’s Mango Value Chain

Megan Olson, Jennifer Duncan, Tizai Mauto

Landesa, United States of America


Responsible Large-Scale Land Investments In Uganda - Current Application And Potential Scope Of International Safeguards

Felix Schilling1, Tobias Vorlaufer2, Michael Kirk2, Christian Graefen3

1: Justus Liebig University Giessen; 2: University of Marburg; 3: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH


Governing Land Investments: Do Governments have Legal Support Gaps?

Sam Szoke-Burke, Kaitlin Cordes, Nadeeya Salleh

Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, United States of America


From Abstract to Actionable: The Status and Prospects of Emerging Tools and Innovations to Achieve Responsible Land Based Investments

Bryson Ogden, Andy White

Rights and Resources Initiative, United States of America

11-07: Valuing Unregistered Land
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Lawrence Walters
 

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

11-08: Using Satellite Imagery for Urban Change Detection
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Ran Goldblatt
 

Peering into Megacities from Space

Jon Kher Kaw1, Tomas Soukup2, Jan Kolomaznik2, Annie Bidgood1, Hyunji Lee1

1: The World Bank Group, United States of America; 2: GISAT


Identifying Urban Areas Combing Data from the Ground and Outer Space: An Application to India

Yue Li1, Virgilio Galdo2, Martin Rama3

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: World Bank, United States of America; 3: World Bank, United States of America


Earth Observati On For Urban Sustainable Development: Advancements For Supporting Land Use Planning In Urban Areas

Thomas Haeusler, Sharon Gomez, Fabian Enssle

GAF AG, Germany


Less Greenery For The Poor? _ Social Inequity And Green Space Distribution In Tropical Asian Megacities

Yun Hye Hwang, Ivan Kurniawan Nasution, Deepika Amonkar

National University of Singapore, Singapore

11-09: How Legal & Institutional Factors Affect Rural Land Markets
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Daniel Monchuk
 

Regulating Rural Land Markets in West Africa: Issues and Priorities for Land Policies

Philippe Lavigne Delville

Institut de recherche pour le développement, France


The emergence and dynamics of rural land markets in West Africa: key issues, key insights and remaining questions.

Jean-Philippe Colin

IRD, France


Land Markets Under the Radar: A Cross-Country Analysis of Market Activity in Sub-Saharan Africa

Ayala Wineman1, Thomas Jayne2

1: University of Washington, United States of America; 2: Michigan State University, United States of America

11-10: Studies on Youth and Migration
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Hosaena Ghebru
 

Pulled or pushed out? Causes and consequences of youth migration from densely populated areas of rural Kenya

Milu Muyanga1, Dennis Otieno2, Thomas Jayne1

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: Tegemeo Institute, Egerton University, Kenya


From Conflict to Conflicts: War-Induced Displacement, Land Conflicts, and Agricultural Productivity in Post-war Northern Uganda

Francisco Mugyabuso Paul Mugizi1, Tomoya Matsumoto2

1: National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan; 2: Otaru University of Commerce


Land Tenure Security, Land Holdings and Migration in Rural Ethiopia

Yeshwas Bogale

Heriot Watt University, United Kingdom

11-11: Lightning talks: Mapping and connectivity
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Nicola Heathcote
 

LandPKS: A New Mobile Tool for Sustainable Land-Use Planning and Management

Amy Quandt1, Jeffrey Herrick2, Ioana Bouvier3

1: New Mexico State University, United States of America (NMSU); 2: United States Department of Agriculture - Agriculture Research Station (USDA-ARS); 3: United States Agency for International Development (USAID)


OpenStreetMap - The Free, Open, and Collaborative Global Basemap

Marena Brinkhurst

Mapbox, United States of America


How Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registry organizations in developing countries can cost-effectively assure the quality and reliability of their Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI)

Fabio Bittencourt, Jaana Makela

Spatineo Inc., Finland


All-in-One Mobile Survey Form on OSM for field/land survey

Kuo-Yu Chuang, Meng-Min Chen

GeoThings Inc., Taiwan


The Benefits and Challenges of implementing a Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) GNSS Network in Emerging Countries

Nicolas De Moegen, Craig Hill, Steven Cairns

Leica Geosystems, France

11-12: Gender Analysis of Land Registration Systems
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Rumyana Tonchovska
 

An Assessment of Land Tenure Regimes and Women’s Land Rights in Two Regions of Myanmar

Elizabeth Louis, Laura Eshbach, Beth Roberts, Naw Dah Htee

Landesa, United States of America


Women's Land Ownership in Morocco: Current State & Challenges

Souad Adnane

World Bank, United States of America


Case Study on the Registration of Property Rights of Women in Kosovo

Ms. Brikene Meha1, Mr. Murat Meha2

1: Company: KLSC; EU funded project, Kosovo; 2: Kosovo Cadastral Agency

11-13: Roundtable: New Technology, Women, and Land
Location: MC 2-850
Chair: Jolyne Sanjak
11-14: Research on Tenure, Farm Size, Investment and Productivity
Location: MC 7-300
Chair: Yuanyuan Yi
 

The Effect of Property Rights on Land-related Investments: Heterogenous Responses? Evidence from Niger.

Le Rossignol Etienne Ronan

Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University, France


Effect of Farm Size on Farm Productivity: Empirical Evidences from India

Anupama Guvvala Venkata, Thomas Falk

ICRISAT, India


Do African Farmers Benefit From Large-Scale Land Acquisitions?

Paul Hofman1, Esther Mokuwa2, Paul Richards2, Maarten Voors1

1: Development Economics Group, Wageningen University and Research Centre, The Netherlands; 2: Njala University, Sierra Leone


Adoption of Sustainable Land And Forest Management Technologies: Outcome of Forest Tenure Reform in Developing Countries

Tuti Herawati Hadis, Esther Mwangi, Anne Larson, Nining Liswanti, Illiana Monterosso, Michael Ndwiga

Centre for International Forestry Research, Indonesia

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby
4:00pm
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5:00pm
Closing Plenary
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Shantayanan Devarajan
 

Brief Reflections

Dinesh Singh

Government of Inida, India


Brief Reflections

Betty Ongom Amongi

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Uganda


Brief Reflections

Olena Sukmanova

Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, Ukraine


Brief Reflections

Sebastian Galiani

Treasury, Argentine Republic


Brief Reflections

Yansui Liu

Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, China, People's Republic of


Brief Reflections

Innocent Matshe

African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), Kenya


Concluding remarks

Klaus Deininger

World Bank, United States of America

5:15pm
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7:15pm
Reception
Location: MC Atrium
Date: Friday, 23/Mar/2018
9:00am
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10:30am
12-01: Google Earth Engine - Introduction
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Ran Goldblatt

Please bring your laptop.

 

Google Earth Engine - Introduction

Ran Goldblatt

New Light Technologies, United States of America

12-02: Developing a Shared Conceptual Framework for Research on Women’s Land Rights
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Ruth Meinzen-Dick
 

Developing a Shared Conceptual Framework for Research on Women’s Land Rights

Cheryl Doss2, Ruth Meinzen-Dick3, Amanda Richardson1

1: Resource Equity, United States of America; 2: Oxford University; 3: IFPRI

12-03: OpenStreetMap–The Free, Open, Collaborative Global Basemap
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Marena Brinkhurst
 

OpenStreetMap - The Free, Open, Collaborative Global Basemap

Marena Brinkhurst1, Olaf Veerman2

1: Mapbox, United States of America; 2: Development Seed, United States of America

12-04: Innovative Packaging of Free, Public-domain Data
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Nagaraja Rao Harshadeep
 

Innovative Packaging of Free, Public-domain Data and Knowledge to Support Sustainable Development

Nagaraja Rao Harshadeep

World Bank, United States of America

12-05: Setting Up a Blockchain-Enabled Land Registry: Process, Technology, and Organizational Dimensions
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Henrik Hjelte
 

Setting Up a Blockchain-Enabled Land Registry: Process, Technology, and Organizational Dimensions

Todd Miller, Henrik Hjelte

ChromaWay, United States of America

12-06: Achieving Responsible Land Based Investments
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Lukasz Czerwinski
 

Achieving Responsible Land Based Investments: Why Aren’t Best Practices a Done Deal?

Lukasz Czerwinski

Landesa, United States of America

12-07: Fit-for-Purpose Technology for Cadastral Systems
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Brent Jones
 

Fit-for-Purpose Technology for Cadastral Systems

Brent Jones

Esri, United States of America

12-08: Innovative Technologies for Property Valuation & Land Value Capture: concepts
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Andrew Coote
 

Innovative Techniques for Improving Valuation: Technology Concepts

Andrew Coote1, Kathrine Kelm2, Rumyana Tonchovska3

1: Consultingwhere Ltd, United Kingdom; 2: World Bank; 3: Food and Agriculture Organisation

12-09: The Dashboard on People-Centered Land Monitoring
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Ward Anseeuw
 

The Dashboard: How People-Centered Land Monitoring can Contribute to the Realization of the SDGs and VGGTs

Ward Anseeuw1, Eva Hershaw2

1: CIRAD / International Land Coalition, Italy; 2: International Land Coalition, Italy

12-10: Development of Indicators for Measuring Progress in Pastoral Land Tenure Policy, Legislation and Tenure Reform
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Aimen Frija
 

Development of Indicators for Measuring Progress in Pastoral Land Tenure Policy, Legislation and Tenure Reform

Fiona Flintan1, Aymen Frija2

1: International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia; 2: International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas

12-11: Model Agreement for Responsible Contract Farming
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Sarah Brewin
 

Model Agreement for Responsible Contract Farming

Sarah Brewin, Carin Smaller, Mohamed Coulibaly, Francine Picard

International Institute for Sustainable Development

12-12: Building a continent-wide research network on land: The Network of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa
Location: MC 5-100
Chair: Marc Nolting
 

Building a Continent-Wide Research Network on Land: The Network of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa

Elke Astrid Matthaei, Luisa Prior

GIZ, Ethiopia

9:00am
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4:00pm
Field Trip to Arlington County- Department of Real Estate Assessment
Location: Arlington County

Staff of Arlington County will present its experience and approach with urban planning (city rehabilitation, financing infrastructure); evolution of  land records management; real estate valuation/assessment and property tax collection; Use of GIS/mapping; and future of open data use. The morning will be spent at the county offices, followed by lunch with county staff for informal discussion. In the afternoon a tour to Thomas Jefferson Memorialwil be offered (early return to DC by metro is possible).   REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY please contact: Dulce Naime: dnaime@worldbank.org

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee Break
Location: Front Lobby
11:00am
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12:30pm
13-01: Google Earth Engine - Applications
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Ran Goldblatt

Please bring your laptop.

 

Google Earth Engine - Applications

Ran Goldblatt

New Light Technologies, United States of America

13-02: Land in the SDG and the Human Rights Sphere: Links and Opportunities
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Katia Araujo
 

Human Rights Norms and SDG: Links and Opportunities

Katia Araujo, Beth Roberts

Landesa, United States of America

13-03: Alternative Land Conflict Transformation: Lessons from Cambodia
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Sophorn Poch
 

Alternative Land Conflict Transformation: Lessons from Cambodia

Brian Garcia, Sophorn Poch

Land Equity International/Mekong Region Land Governance, Lao People's Democratic Republic

13-04: Managed Land Services
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Jill Urban-Karr
 

Managed Land Services by Ordnance Survey and Trimble

Jill Urban-Karr

Trimble Navigation, Ltd, United States of America

13-05: Blockchain Technology and Land Administration: Legal and Policy Landscape
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Baloko Makala
 

Blockchain Technology and Land Administration: Legal and Policy Landscape

Baloko Makala

The World Bank, United States of America

13-06: Considering and Negotiating Community-Investor Contracts
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Rachael Knight
 

Considering and Negotiating Community-Investor Contracts: A New Resource

Kaitlin Cordes1, Rachael Knight2, Sam Szoke-Burke1, Tehtena Mebratu-Tsegaye1, Marena Brinkhurst3, Erin Kitchell2

1: Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, United States of America; 2: Namati; 3: Mapbox

13-07: Handbook for Geospatial Best Practices for Land Administration
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Stephen Calder
 

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

Stephen Calder

GIS/Transport, United States of America

13-08: Innovative Technologies for Property Valuation & Land Value Capture: Use Cases
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: Andrew Coote
 

Innovative Techniques for Improving Valuation Models: Case Studies

Andrew Coote1, Tina Svan Colding2, Paul Bidanset3

1: Consultingwhere Ltd, United Kingdom; 2: Ministry of Taxation, Denmark; 3: International Association of Assessing Officers

13-09: Peri-urban Land Development and inclusiveness
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Oreoluwa Fika
 

Peri-urban Land Development: Does Formal Tenure Benefit the Poor? Preliminary Research from Lagos and Bangalore.

Oreoluwa Fika, Paul Rabe

Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, Netherlands, The

13-10: Crime Prevention through Inclusive Environmental Design
Location: MC 10-100
Chair: Bontje Zangerling
 

Crime Prevention through Inclusive Environmental Design

Rodica Tomescu Olariu

World Bank Group, Romania

13-11: The Open Source Geospatial Land Administration Toolkit
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Santtu Pyykkönen
 

The Open Source Geospatial Land Administration Toolkit

Santtu Pyykkönen, Pekka Sarkola, Sanna Jokela

Gispo Ltd, Finland

13-12: E-Learning tools for Capacity Building in Land Governance. Experiences, Opportunities, Challenges
Location: MC 5-100
Chair: Anna Schopf
 

E-Learning tools for Capacity Building in Land Governance. Experiences, Opportunities, Challenges

Anna Schopf1, Danilo Antonio2, Jorge Santander Espinoza3

1: Technical University Munich, Germany; 2: Global Land Tool Network - UN-Habitat; 3: Deutsche Gesellschaft Internationaler Zusammenarbeit

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Front Lobby
1:30pm
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3:00pm
14-01: How to Discover Quick, Easy to use Remote Sensing Data that Makes a Difference for Land Rights
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Anthony Burn
 

How To Discover Quick, Easy To Use Remote Sensing Data That Makes A Difference For Land Rights

Hamed Alemohammad1, Christoph Aubrecht2, Frank Pichel3

1: Radiant.Earth, United States of America; 2: European Space Agency; 3: Cadasta

14-02: Land Governance from the bottom up: Including local communities in multi-stakeholder processes
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Romy Maria Santpoort
 

Land investments from the bottom up: Including local communities in multistakeholder processes

Romy Maria Santpoort, Annelies Zoomers, Gemma Betsema, Michelle Nuijen, Frida Wanjiku Githuku, Philip Kilonzo, Ntauazi Clemente, Nzira de Deus, Faye El Hadji, Andrew Mkandawire El Hadji

LANDac (Netherlands Academy for Land Governance), Netherlands, The

14-03: The Economics of Land Degradation Neutrality in Asia
Location: MC 6-860
Chair: Pushpam Kumar
 

The Economics of Land Degradation Neutrality in Asia: Empirical Analysis & Policy Implications for the SDGs

Pushpam Kumar

UNEP, Kenya

14-04: Landuseplanner.org
Location: MC 7-860
Chair: Pascal Douard
 

Landuseplanner.org - An Interactive Tool for Evidence-based Land-use planning

Pascal Douard1, Thomas Sembres1, Johannes Pirker2, Laurent Gazull3, Rachid Hanna4, James Acworth5

1: European Forest Institute, EU REDD Facility, Spain; 2: IIASA, Austria; 3: CIRAD, France; 4: IITA, Nigeria; 5: LTS, UK

14-05: Marshall Plan for Digital Skills: How Worldwide Cadastral Updates Can Launch a (Global, Distributed) Marshall Plan for Digital Skills
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Philip Auerswald
 

How Worldwide Cadastral Updates Can Launch a (Global, Distributed) Marshall Plan for Digital Skills

Philip Edgar Auerswald1,2

1: George Mason University, United States of America; 2: Zilla Global LLC

14-06: A Toolkit for Screening Prospective Investors in Agriculture
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: William Speller
 

A Toolkit For Screening Prospective Investors In Agriculture

William Speller1, Asuka Okumura2, Hafiz Mirza3, Christopher Brett2, Duncan Pringle2

1: UNCTAD, Switzerland; 2: World Bank, Washington DC; 3: University of Reading, UK

14-07: New Technology and Emerging Trends: The State of Play for Land Administration
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Kate Fairlie
 

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

14-08: Developing a Human Rights Based Approach to Land Governance
Location: MC 8-100
Chair: M. Siraj Sait
 

How To Develop A Human Rights Based Approach To Land Governance And Land Related Project Management

M. Siraj Sait1, David Mitchell2, Jean du Plessis3

1: University of East London, United Kingdom; 2: RMIT, Australia; 3: UN-Habitat, Kenya

14-09: Smart Sketch Maps for the Documentation of Land using Hand Drawn Maps
Location: MC 9-100
Chair: Malumbo Chipofya
 

Smart Sketch Maps: A Tool for Community-driven Land Documentation using Hand Drawn Maps

Malumbo Chipofya1, Cristhian Murcia1, Mina Karamesouti1, Sahib Jan1, Angela Schwering1, Carl Schultz2

1: University of Münster, Germany; 2: Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark

14-10: Anti-corruption solutions to land governance challenges in Africa
Location: MC 10-100
 

Anti-corruption solutions to land governance challenges in Africa: An analysis of Transparency International ‘s Land and Corruption Project in Africa

Farai Mutondoro1, Mary Aweland Addhah2, Michael Okai2, Wesley Chibamba3

1: Transparency International Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe; 2: Ghana Intergrity Intiative; 3: Transparency International Zambia

   

 
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