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Location: MC C1-100
Date: Tuesday, 26/Mar/2019
01-11: Fit for purpose land administration
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Yerach Doytsher, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Secure Tenure for all starts to emerge: New Experiences of Countries implementing a Fit-For-Purpose Approach to Land Administration

Stig Enemark1, Robin McLaren2

1: Aalborg University, Denmark; 2: KnowEdge, United Kingdom

Fit-for-purpose land administration strategy: an innovative approach to implement land policies in Nepal

Janak Raj Joshi1, Uma Shankar Pandey2, Raja Ram Chhatkuli3, Stig Enemark4, Danilo Antonio5, Jagat Deuja6, Oumar Sylla7

1: Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation, Government of Nepal; 2: Kathmandu University, Nepal; 3: UNHABITAT, Nepal; 4: Aalborg University, Denmark; 5: Land and GLTN Unit, Land and Governance Branch, UN-Habitat, Kenya; 6: Community Self Reliance Center, Kathmandu Nepal; 7: Land and GLTN Unit, UN-Habitat, Kenya

Creating resilience to natural disasters through FFP land administration – an application in Nepal

Eva-Maria Unger1, Raja Ram Chhatkuli2, Danilo Antonio3, Christiaan Lemmen1, Jaap Zevenbergen4, Rohan Bennett5, Paula Dijkstra1

1: Kadaster, Netherlands, The; 2: UN-Habitat Nepal; 3: UN-Habitat Global Land Tool Network; 4: University Twente, ITC Faculty of Geo-information Science and Earth Observation; 5: Swinburne University of Technology

Fit for Purpose Land Administration: Innovations as a result of country implementations

Cornelis de Zeeuw1, Chrit Lemmen1,2, Eva-maria Unger1, Paula Dijkstra1, Mathilde Molendijk1, Ernst-Peter Oosterbroek1, Christelle van den Berg1

1: Kadaster, Netherlands, The; 2: Twente University - ITC

02-11: Fit for purpose land administration
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Rudolf Staiger, FIG- International Federation of Surveyors, Germany

Delivering land administration services at scale

Ishak Sallehuddin

Ministry of Water, Land and Natural Resources, Malaysia

Using participatory approaches and innovative technology to empower communities in securing their land

Ioana Bouvier, Stephen Brooks, Jeremy Green, Sarah Lowery, Caleb Stevens

US Agency for International Development, United States of America

Low-cost cadastre and valuation with lightweight technology

Brent Jones

Esri, United States of America

Digitization of the Land Registry within a Plural Legislative Framework: A case study of land registry innovations in Trinidad and Tobago

Amanda Fulchan-Lakhan2, Kizzann Lee Sam2, Miguel Angel Sanjines Mancilla1

1: Land Administration Consultant, Bolivia, Plurinational State of; 2: Ministry of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs, Trinidad & Tobago

Taking matters into their own hands: why innovation in community land data collection matters

Amy Coughenour Betancourt, Frank Pichel

Cadasta Foundation, United States of America

03-11: Interoperability of land data: Conceptual issues
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Jacob Vos, Dutch Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency (Kadaster), Netherlands, The

Land administration data integration – modern concept

Igor Popiv, Carol Roffer, Maksym Kalyta, Sergiy Lizenko

Innola Solutions, Inc., United States of America

Land Administration Models - A central register and land information system containing as much information as possible about a property

Victoria Abbott, Joy Bailey

HM Land Registry, United Kingdom

An applicative approach for cadastral processes implementation in multi-dimensional land management systems

Ruba Jaljolie, Yerach Doytsher, Sagi Dalyot

Mapping and Geo-Information Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

The impact of the agricultural land management information system on the work of local self-government units and directorate for agricultural land

Katja Grbic

GIZ- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, United States of America

04-11: Are PPPs the future of land administration?
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Jacob Zevenbergen, University of Twente, Netherlands, The

The importance of public private partnership in cadastre: Turkish experience

Orhan Ercan1, Mert Yasin Oz2

1: FIG, Turkey; 2: Tapu ve Kadastro Genel Müdürlüğü, Turkey

A review of public-private partnerships in land administration

Mohsen Kalantari1, Daniel Paez1, Aanchal Anand2, Tony Burns3, Kate Rickersey3

1: The University of Melbourne, Australia; 2: World Bank, United States of America; 3: Land Equity International, Australia

PPP in land administration - why now and what are the risks and benefits?

Fredrik Zetterquist, Dave Stow

Ordnance Survey, UK

Exploring PPP opportunities for improved Land Administration Reforms, emerging lessons from the Ghanaian Case

Eric Yeboah

Office of the President, Ghana

From client satisfaction to happiness: the front-office and back-office innovative concession models for fostering land registration in Dubai

Daniel Paez

Universidad de los Andes, Colombia

Date: Wednesday, 27/Mar/2019
05-11: Implementing NSDI: From guidelines to practice
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Kathrine Kelm, World Bank, United States of America

Research on access and use of geographic information in Moldova

Maria Ovdii1, Elena Busch2

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

UN Integrated Geospatial Information Framework towards achieving the 2030 Agenda – from global to national. Guyana experience.

Rumyana Tonchovska1, Trevor Benn2, Andrew Coote3

1: UNFAO, Italy; 2: Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission, Guyana; 3: ConsultingWhere Ltd., United Kingdom

Integration of Crowdsourcing and digital platform of National Spatial Data Infrastructure for efficient decision-making

Borko Draskovic, Darko Vucetic

Republic Geodetic Authority, Serbia

Additional considerations for the successful implementation of a CORS GNSS Network in Developing Countries

Nicolas De Moegen

Leica Geosystems, France

06-11: Land administration: Cases from Asia
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Suzuka Sato, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan

Land registration innovation and decentralised administrative reform: Success stories from the State of Johor, Malaysia

Rohani Azmi1, Ariff Amirul Haffiz2, Hasbullah Mohd Halim2, Suliman Suhailizan2, Sahid Mohd Shahrizan3, Samsudin Salfarina4, Suratman Robiah4

1: Johor State Secretary, Malaysia; 2: Johor Land and Mines Department, Malaysia; 3: Johor State Secretary Incorporation, Malaysia; 4: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Land registration authority's linkages through the land titling computerization project

Robert Nomar Leyretana

Land Registration Authority, Philippines

A step to grow collateral markets through one window

Faiz Faiz-ul-Hassan, Saqib Khalid Rehman, Usman Ahmad

Punjab Land Records Authority, Government of Punjab, Pakistan

Interoperability and land administration in Nepal

Ram Datta Bhatta, Gokarnamani Duwadee

Department of Land Management & Archive, Nepal

Registering deeds in Delhi: challenges, innovations and prospects

Deepika Jha, Amlanjyoti Goswami

Indian Institute for Human Settlements, India

07-11: Land administration: Cases from South America
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Maria Elena Garcia Flores, CINDER, Mexico

CADASTRE and access to land

Hugo Daniel Gatica1, Hugo Daniel Gatica2, Julián Cortina Fraysse3

1: Cons Fed del Catastro, Argentine Republic; 2: Dirección Provincial de Catastro e Información Territorial; 3: Dirección de Catastro Municipio Vista Alegre

Integrating data for land tenure regularization in the State of Piauí, Brazil

Hérbert Buenos Aires de Carvalho1, Regina Lourdes Carvalho de Araújo1, Camille Bourguignon2, Simone Raquel Mendes de Oliveira1

1: Piauí State Land Institute; 2: The World Bank

Types of land tenure in Brazil: the first estimate from available geo-referenced information

Bastiaan Philip Reydon1, Gerd Sparovek2, Luis Fernando Guedes Pinto3, Vinicius Faria3, Gabriel Siqueira1, Javier Godar4, Toby Gardner3, Rafael Georges5, Gustavo Ferroni5, Caio Hamamura6, Felipe Cerignoni3, Tomás Carvalho3, Claudia Azevedo-Ramos7, Ane Alencar7, Vivian Ribeiro7

1: UNICAMP, Brazil; 2: GeoLab- Esalq – USP; 3: Imaflora; 4: SEI; 5: Oxfam; 6: IFSP; 7: IPAM

A new approach for the establishment of a regional multipurpose cadastre in La Mojana, Colombia – how to overcome large-scale cadastral operations challenges through technological and methodological innovations

Stéphane Georges Guy Palicot1, Loic Daniel2

1: GEOFIT, France; 2: IGNFI France

Standardization and integration of the electronic real estate registry system of Brazil (SREI): the national operator of SREI (ONR).

Ivan Jacopetti do Lago

IRIB, Brazil

08-11: Land administration: Cases from Eastern Europe
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Mihai Taus, Romanian Land Registry Association, Romania

Jointly towards improvement of land administration in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosiljka Predragovic1, Zeljko Obradovic2, Andja Zimic3, Denis Tabucic2, Stojan Jungic1, Dejan Jeremic3

1: Republic Authority for Geodetic and Real Property Affairs, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 2: Federal Administration for Geodetic and Real Property Affairs, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 3: Capacity Building for Improvement of Land Administration and Procedures in Bosnia and Herzegovina - CILAP project

Innovative technology combat for still pending privatization, legalization challenges, rooted in the communist regime

Marianna Posfai1, Odeta Näks2

1: NIRAS OY; 2: Independent

Innovative approaches in Georgian land registration reform

Elene Grigolia, Teimuraz Gabriadze

National Agency of Public Registry (NAPR), Georgia

Date: Thursday, 28/Mar/2019
09-11: Land as instrument for post-conflict peacebuilding
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: David F. Varela, Global Land Alliance, Colombia

Housing, land and property (HLP) rights for Syrian women

Laura Cunial, Juliette Syn

Norwegian Refugee Council, Syria

Developing land tenure risk indicators in FCV contexts

Paul Prettitore

The World Bank, United States of America

Technology, policy, national systems and local civil society: using a mobile application to protect the housing, land and property rights of displaced people in Honduras

Jamila El Abdellaoui1, Lorena Nieto Padilla2, Juan Carlos Betancur2

1: UNHCR, The Netherlands; 2: UNHCR, Honduras

Environmental peacebuilding through participatory social cartography: land, property and social data mapping of ground zero or most affected area to assist Marawi city recover from violent conflict

Michelle Angelica Go

Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Republic of the Philippines

10-11: Remote sensing and deep learning for agricultural productivity
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Felix Rembold, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Italy

Use of earth observation and land parcel identification in supporting the implementation of the common agricultural policy

Felix Rembold

Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Italy

Satellite crop monitoring within World Bank project on land management transparency in Ukraine

Nataliia Kussul1, Denys Nizalov2, Andrii Shelestov1, Mykola Lavreniuk3, Sergii Skakun4, Andrii Kolotii1, Vladimir Vasiliev5, Eugene Karlov5

1: Space Research Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and State Space Agency of Ukraine; 2: University of Kent/ KEI at KSE, United Kingdom; 3: National Technical University of Ukraine, Ukraine; 4: University of Maryland College Park, United States of America; 5: EOS Data Analytics, Ukraine

Proximate sensing of food types and land uses in Thailand using street-level photography and deep learning

Martha Bohm, John Ringland, So-Ra Baek

University at Buffalo, United States of America

11-11: Resolving dispute over land
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Jonathan Lindsay, World Bank, United States of America

The impact of land corruption on human rights. insights from transparency international 's land and corruption in Africa programme

Farai Mutondoro1, Mary Maneno2, Michael Okai3, Amanda Shivamba4

1: Transparency International Zimbabwe; 2: Transparency International Kenya; 3: Ghana Intergrity Intiative; 4: Corruption Watch

An analysis of dispute resolution systems as a means to fighting land corruption and promotion of access to justice – the case of Kenya, Ghana and Zimbabwe

Samuel Kimeu1, Mary Maneno1, Michael Okai2, Farai Mutondoro3

1: Transparency International, Kenya; 2: Ghana Integrity Initiative, Ghana; 3: Transparency International, Zimbabwe

Redress for land rights violations and the legal empowerment agenda

Brendan Schwartz1, Masalu Luhula2, Tomaso Ferrando3, Hayden Fairburn3, Lorenzo Cotula1

1: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), United Kingdom; 2: Tanzania Natural Resources Forum (TNRF), Tanzania; 3: Global Legal Action Network (GLAN)

Bylaws to improve land value and conflict resolution experience in Tanzania:

Tumsifu Mushi

Tanzania Natural Resource Forum, Tanzania

Date: Friday, 29/Mar/2019
12-01: Using drones for land use mapping and risk assessment
Location: MC C1-100

Using drones for land use mapping and risk assessment

Edward Anderson

World Bank group, Tanzania

13-01: How land professionals can contribute to making the SDGs a reality
Location: MC C1-100

How land professionals can contribute to making the SDGs a reality

James Kavanagh1, Diane Dumashie2, Ben Elder1

1: RICS, United Kingdom; 2: FIG, United Kingdom

14-01: Build a blockchain land record register
Location: MC C1-100

Build a blockchain land record register

Chris Chrysostom, Trent Larson

Medici Land Governance, United States of America

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