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Digitization of Land Records
5 Março 2024
África
Uganda
Índia

Organized by the Cadasta Foundation,  Land Conflict Watch,  the Land Portal Foundation, National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) of India, and NRMC Center for Land Governance, the webinar "The Digitization of Land Records: A Panacea for Land Conflicts" provided an in-depth look at the critical role digitization of land records plays in addressing land disputes in India.

What to Read
3 Agosto 2023
Authors: 
Dr. Anne Hennings
Colômbia
Bangladesh
Índia

Dans ce numéro de Quoi lire, nous passons en revue quatre articles récents portant sur la manière dont les communautés rurales du Sud font face aux catastrophes climatiques, y compris des cas du Bangladesh, de la Colombie et de l'Inde.

What to Read
3 Agosto 2023
Authors: 
Dr. Anne Hennings
Colômbia
Bangladesh
Índia

In this What to Read digest, we review four recent articles that focus on how rural communities in the Global South are dealing with climate disasters, including cases from Bangladesh, Colombia, and India.

The role of large-scale land acquisition in carbon offset projects
11 Julho 2023
Authors: 
Dr. Christoph Kubitza
Indonésia
Laos
Índia
Global

In the wake of global climate action, large-scale land acquisitions (LSLAs) for renewable energy and carbon offset projects will increase the pressure on land. In addition, deforestation-free value chains that are also intended to reduce carbon emissions will require changes in the conduct of LSLAs. This session assessed the scope of these investments and policies and reviewed their livelihood and environmental impacts in the Global South.

community-based initiatives
11 Julho 2023
Authors: 
Imke Greven
Tanzânia
Chade
Mongólia
Índia
Global

This panel session reflected on the definition of ‘scaling-up’ with experts from the field bridging experiences from the ground to the theoretical concept of scaling. The focus lied on scaling for increased tenure security – geographically and/or institutionally. Reflections were given on what was scaled, why, how scaling unfolds and what has been learned – in the field of land governance. The session was organized by LAND-at-scale. Scaling is at the heart of both the name as well as the strategy of the LAND-at-scale program (LAS). LAS is a land governance support program funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands and managed by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO).

Women's Land Rights in Cameroon
6 Dezembro 2022
Authors: 
Gina Alvarado
Caitlin Kieran
África
América Latina e Caribe
Ásia
Índia
Global

De multiples études indiquent que des droits sûrs à la terre et à d'autres biens peuvent protéger les femmes contre la violence domestique en renforçant leur position au sein de leur famille ou en leur donnant une plus grande capacité à sortir de relations abusives.

Women's Land Rights in Cameroon
6 Dezembro 2022
Authors: 
Gina Alvarado
Caitlin Kieran
África
América Latina e Caribe
Ásia
Índia
Global

Multiple studies indicate that secure rights to land and other property can protect women from experiencing domestic violence by strengthening their position within their families or by providing women with a stronger ability to exit abusive relationships.

Real Estate Regulation and Development (RERA)
29 Novembro 2022
Authors: 
Deepak Sanan
Índia

La loi de 2016 sur l'immobilier (réglementation et développement) qui vise à créer un secteur immobilier plus professionnel et à instaurer des règles du jeu équitables dans les transactions entre les promoteurs et les acheteurs de maisons, a le potentiel de contribuer à réduire les litiges liés à la propriété.

Real Estate Regulation and Development (RERA)
29 Novembro 2022
Authors: 
Deepak Sanan
Índia

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016 which seeks to create a more professional real estate sector and create a level playing field in transactions between developers and homebuyers, has the potential to assist in reducing property related disputes.

31 Outubro 2022
Authors: 
Ujjwal Gurdaswani
Ásia
Índia

This  blog analyses a Land administrative innovation - Land Pooling Policy which is being used an alternate approach to land acquistion in urban development context.  It argues that how this has become a land grabbing instrument by private players through public private partnership, bypassing urbanisation with newer legal mechanisms shaped in corporate interest to assembling land and developing physical and social infrastructure.

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