New actions and existing policies: The implementation and impacts of Order 01 | Land Portal

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Date of publication: 
December 2015
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318 p.
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© The NGO Forum on Cambodia, June 2015. While the content of this report may be quoted and reproduced, acknowledgement and authorization of the report’s authors and publisher would be appreciated.

Order 01 on Measures for Strengthening and Increasing the Effectiveness of the Management of Economic Land Concessions (Order 01) declared a moratorium on the granting of new ELCs and called for a review of existing concessions. This was expanded one month later when the Prime Minister formally announced a new nationwide land titling campaign. This report sets out to fill in some of the information gaps around Order 01, and to assess the major criticisms of the campaign.

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Grimsditch, Mark
Schoenberger, Laura

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NGO Forum on Cambodia works to improve life for poor and vulnerable people in Cambodia. It is a membership organisation that builds NGO cooperation and capacity, supporting NGO networks and other civil society organizations to engage in policy dialogue, debate and advocacy.


The goal of NGO Forum is that the rights of the poor and vulnerable are recognized and supported by the policies and practices of Cambodia’s government and development partners, and the wider community.


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