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tenure insecurity

Tenure insecurity is the lack of right of individuals and groups to effective protection from involuntary removal from their land or residence by the state.

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OMR
Journal Articles & Books
July 2022
Africa
Sub-Saharan Africa
Mozambique

A titulação da terra tem sido vista como meio de garantia da posse segura deste recurso por parte dos indivíduos, nomeadamente dos camponeses. Nessa linha, a maioria das reformas enfatizam a necessidade de se ter cidadãos com terra legalizada.

Reports & Research
May 2022
Africa

Despite the progress made in terms of global and national land policy frameworks, effective changes in practices remain limited.

Policy Papers & Briefs
January 2022
Africa
Tanzania
Western Africa

Key Messages and Recommendations

• Combating desertification and land degradation while mitigating the effects of drought can secure long-term socio-economic benefits for people living in drylands and reduce their vulnerability to climate change.

Policy Papers & Briefs
November 2021
Africa
Europe

Collaborative international research on tenure dates back at least to the early 1960s when the Land Tenure Centre was established at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and conducted some studies in collaboration with CGIAR social scientists.

Training Resources & Tools
April 2021
Global

The need to step up monitoring of land governance issues drove the establishment of the Global Land Indicators Initiative (GLII) in 2012 by Millennium Challenge Corporation, the World Bank, and UN-Habitat. The platform is hosted and facilitated by Land and Global Land Tool Network Unit in UN-Habitat.

The Role of Open Data in Fighting Land Corruption
Reports & Research
January 2021
Global

The rapid progress in digital information and communication technologies  (ICTs) comes with both fresh opportunities and new challenges for different sectors and actors adopting the new solutions that become available over time.

PROGRESS TOWARDS THE SDG LAND DEGRADATION AND RESTORATION COMMITMENTS
Reports & Research
January 2021
Global

In 2015 we celebrated world leaders’ recognition of the foundational and strategic role that sustainable land management must play t o advance biodiversity conservation and climate resilience.