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Why indicator 1.4.2 deserves tier II status within the Global SDGs indicators framework.
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Salme Village beside the Solu River, on the right is the newly built bridge over the river. It is located in Nuwakot District, Nepal. Asian Development Bank.
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By Andy White, Coordinator of the Rights and Resources Initiative

Mama Neema stands at the entrance of her traditional boma (homestead) where she built three houses for her family in Kimokouwa village in Arusha, Tanzania UN WOMEN
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Ms. Mary Ndaro
Tanzania

Land in Tanzania is a scarce resource without which life cannot be sustained (FAO, 2007), and it is “increasingly recognized as an important governance issue” around the global (Palmer et al., 2009, p.1).  Hundreds of millions of people including farmers, herders, forest dwellers and agro-industries all rely on land resources for their survival.

Panelists at the 2017 UN High Level Political Forum Side Event on Monitoring Tenure Security in the SDGs
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By Dr. Jamal Browne

The successes of the Global Land Indicators Initiative (GLII) to date are worth celebrating. Today, we recognize the efforts of partners from every corner of the world, who through their perpetual optimism, have brought us many steps closer to making data collection and reporting on tenure security globally comparable.

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
6 September 2017
Authors: 
Jeffrey Sachs
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By Professor Jeffrey Sachs, Chairman of the Advisory Board of CCSI, University Professor at Columbia University, and Director of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network

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By Luca Chinotti, Global Policy Advisor, International Land Coalition (ILC)

 

Without People-Centred Land Governance, governments will not be able to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In fact, if we fail to secure and protect land rights, for those who live on and from the land, it will be impossible...

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