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03-10: Can participatory land use planning help secure tenure?
Tuesday, 26/Mar/2019:
2:00pm - 3:30pm

Session Chair: Christopher Mulenga, University of Lusaka, Zambia
Location: MC 10-100

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ID: 508 / 03-10: 1
Individual Papers
Topics: Commons and natural resource management
Keywords: Land use planning, tenure security, land conflicts, formal institutions, informal institutions

Rural land use planning, the integration of shared resources mapping for improved communal tenure security: experiences from Zambia

Christopher Mulenga1, Adam Ngoma2, Jason Sakala2

1University of Lusaka, Zambia; 2Chipata District Land Alliance, Zambia

ID: 1088 / 03-10: 2
Individual Papers
Topics: Land and human rights, gender, indigenous peoples
Keywords: territorial planning, multi-stakeholder governance, power, equity, effectiveness

Context, power, equity and effectiveness in territorial planning multi-stakeholder commissions: a comparative analysis of two very different Brazilian States

Jazmin Gonzales Tovar1, Grenville Barnes2, Anne Larson3

1University of Florida (UF), United States of America; 2University of Florida (UF), United States of America; 3Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Peru

ID: 363 / 03-10: 3
Individual Papers
Topics: Institutional innovation and private sector participation,
Keywords: Burundi, Landscape restoration, Decentralized land management, Land certification

Clarification, recognition and formalization of land rights in a landscape restoration project in Burundi

Pascal Thinon1, Paola Agostini2, Philippe Eric Dardel2

1Independant consultant, France; 2World Bank

ID: 496 / 03-10: 4
Individual Papers
Topics: Commons and natural resource management
Keywords: Land conflict, land use planing, land management

Participatory Community Land Use Planning (CLUP ) as a means of conflict prevention and poverty alleviation in rural areas through pilot experiments in the east of Democratic Republic of Congo: provinces of North Kivu, South Kivu and Tituri

Malam Kandine Adam

UN-HABITAT, Congo, Republic of the