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Piloting the Open Up Guide for Land Governance in Senegal
The Global Land Alliance (GLA) and the Land Portal Foundation invite you to join this webinar on 16 March, 2022 to learn about the risks to informal wives during land tenure formalization campaigns.
The Land Portal believes that access to information is crucial for achieving good land governance and securing land rights for landless and vulnerable people.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, the Climate Funds Management Unit (SCCFM) will host a discussion of gender equality in results-based climate finance with experts in the field on March 7th.
Online event · Feb 25 2022, 3pm CET
Using Geospatial Data to Investigate Deforestation
Disruptive Fridays #29
With: Sam Leon (Head of Data Investigations, Global Witness, UK) and Louis Goddard (Senior Data Investigations Adviser, Global Witness, UK)
NOTICE OF CONFERENCE POSTPONEMENT
Thank you for your interest in the Land Conference 2022 – The Failed Promise of Tenure Security: Customary Land Rights and Dispossession and thank you for registering for the conference. We have had an overwhelming interest in the conference and we are excited at the prospect of rich conversation and engagement.
UN-Habitat and partners will organize a webinar this month that will provide a wide array of government officials and stakeholders with the knowledge and key messages on how to help women not only retain land rights but also promote their role in conflict resolution and peacebuilding in fragile societies.
This side event will present the latest information available on land-related SDG indicators that are showcased on the SDGs Land Tracker. The event will emphasize how Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) can play a key role in accelerating achievement of the SDGs and Building Back Better in light of the COVID-10 pandemic.
Cities around the world face numerous environmental hazards, such as extreme heat events, landslides, pollution, and flooding. Cities must monitor and address these hazards to reduce risks to, and enhance resilience of, their residents to climate change impacts.
Farmers across Africa face multiple challenges and need several income streams to get by. @agripolicy will draw on their extensive research at three upcoming events. The first is on Thursday 20 January 2020 11 am - 12:30 GMT, 12 PM - 1:30PM WAT 2PM - 3:30 EAT
Approximately 1 billion people globally have insecure rights to their land and homes, leaving them vulnerable to conflict, hunger, poverty, and gender-based violence. A major contributor to property insecurity is that a quarter of the world’s population lacks formal property documents.