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Figure 2 - Availability of open land ownership data based on the Open Data Barometer (2016, 4th ed.)
29 Enero 2021
Authors: 
Dr. Marcello De Maria
Global

The data revolution – characterised by the transition to big data, open data and new digital data infrastructures [1] – is projected to make an astonishing 44 billion terabytes of digital data and information available by the end of 2020 [2]. Despite this plethora of information now available to us, about 1 billion people in 140 countries still feel insecure about their land and property rights [3].

Khatkari
22 Diciembre 2020
Authors: 
Mr. Paul Fernandes
India

If we only get recognition of our Individual Forest Rights (IFR) over the land under the Forest Rights Act 2006,we will get out of the cycle of poverty."

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15 Octubre 2020
Authors: 
Mr. Simon Norfolk
Ms. Maria Muianga
Mozambique

This is the story of how dozens of communities in Mozambique are mapping and documenting their own land rights. "A New Hope" is the winner of the Land Portal's Second Data Story Contest, and is authored by the team at Terra Firma Mozambique.  

 

XIAOWAN DAM IN NANJIAN COUNTY, YUNNAN PROVINCE, SOUTHWEST CHINA. PHOTO CREDIT: GUILLAUME LACOMBE/CIRAD
28 Abril 2020
Authors: 
Ms. Amy Fallon
Mr. Marko Kallio
China
Asia sudoriental
Tailandia

This article was originally published through CSDS (Center for Social Development Studies) at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. It can be found at: https://www.csds-chula.org/publications/2020/4/28/critical-nature-are-chinas-dams-on-the-mekong-causing-downstream-drought-the-importance-of-scientific-debate

 

himachalpradesh
22 Abril 2020
Authors: 
Mr. Tarun Ghawana
India

The computerization of land records has allowed for the storage of mutations (land transfers) as data records into a database, instead of being a simple text entry. History of land mutations/transactions is also easily available.

30 Mayo 2019
Authors: 
Jur Schuurman
Guatemala

We meet Rosalía in a roadside café in a dusty town in the Quiché department, in Guatemala’s Western Highlands. She lowers her voice whenever people come in – you never know who might be listening. Land is sensitive stuff, especially in Quiché, a region that still bears, perhaps more than any other part of Guatemala, the scars of the civil war (1960-1996) – as we will see. In 2018 alone, 15 defenders of land rights in Guatemala have been killed with total impunity, several of them in Quiché.

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30 Mayo 2019
Authors: 
Ms. Caroline Long
Sierra Leona

This story was submitted as part of the Land Portal Data Stories Contest and was the recipient of the second prize. 

8 Marzo 2019
Brasil

A data story from women in a semiarid region of Brazil

*This story was written by the following women: Ducicleide Maria da Silva, Gigliola Silva Araújo, Ianka Sayonara da Silva, Josefa Ferreira da Silva, Maria do Carmo da Conceição Carvalho, Maria Karoline Policarpo Silva, Manuella Donato, Mariana de Albuquerque Vilarim and Thalya Carla Vieira de Lima and Patricia Maria Chaves .  It was translated by Sonia Jay Wright.*  

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