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The fourth edition of the India Land and Development Conference took place from 2-4 March, 2020, in New Delhi, India, and provided platforms for enriching and interdisciplinary conversations on how Institutions, Innovations and Information matter for influencing and impacting land governance.
The Land Portal served as a media partner of the ILDC for the 4th consecutive year.
For more details please visit the India Land and Development Conference webpage at https://centerforland.org/ildc2020
Jayesh Bhatia, Director of NRMC on the outcomes of ILDC 2020
Dr. Chamu Kuppuswamy at ILDC 2020
Dr. T. Haque, Distinguished Faculty member of CSD at ILDC 2020
Dinesh Rabari from MARAG at ILDC 2020
Shivani Chaudhry, Executive Director Housing And Land Rights Network (HLRN) at ILDC 2020
Vincent Manoharan, Chairperson, National Federation of Dalit Land Rights Movement, at ILDC 2020
Dr. Richard Devadoss, Convenor, South India Coalition for Land Rights, at ILDC 2020
Webinar on Building a Land Information Ecosystem in India
India-Land and Development Conference (ILDC) – 2020 held in New Delhi from March 2 to 4 saw a lively debate on a wide range of issues relating to India’s land sector. More than 100 academicians, young researchers, activists and policy makers made their presentations in the conference spread across 34 thematic and two plenary sessions. More than 350 delegates participated in the event.
About 350 land actors from government, academia, civil society and business came together from more than 15 states and outside India to discuss and debate various land issues. In more than 30 sessions, about 150 speakers and panelists deliberated over 3 days around interdisciplinary land-conversations to generate important information and evidence for policy, practice and academics.
Ten important land messages that emerge from these land conversations are:
Of late, land has increasingly been figuring into the development sector, for both positive and negative reasons.
The 4th India Land and Development Conference(link is external), set to start next week, invites a wide variety of individuals and institutions to engage in thought-provoking and interdisciplinary conversations and analyses. More specifically, the Conference's theme Institutions, Innovations and Informations in Land Governance invites us all to think about us all to think about the role that information sharing can play in helping to ensure effective land governance.
This report titled Land in India: Issues and Debates is part of an initiative under the aegis of India Land & Development Conference (ILDC) which has a long-term objective of bringing out an annual Status of Land in India volume. This report is a modest beginning in that direction by drawing on the works of ILDC partners to present a quick over view of some of the key developments and debates in India’s land sector. The report brings together 11key issues which currently engage the minds of the policy makers and researchers in India.