uKESA Webinar - Advocacy platforms that promote better access to land and to land information: How they work and what difference they make | Land Portal
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22 February 2024, 16:00 - 16:00 CET

The Urban Knowledge Exchange is currently presenting a series of webinars to showcase evidence-based knowledge platforms.

In this fourth webinar we focus on international, multi-dimensional land knowledge and information platforms, and the partnerships that underpin their success.

The International Land CoalitionLand Portal and will join us on 22 February 2024 to walk us through their platforms and tools, and to discuss how they go about their work in land rights advocacy.

Join us to find out how these networks and online platforms enable access to land-related data and information, towards achieving more secure tenure and better access to land itself.

To register for this event please click here


Speaker bios

Romy Sato is the Knowledge Network Coordinator of the Land Portal. With a background in Communications and Environmental Governance, she coordinates the development of Land Portal’s country and thematic portfolios, as well the data management activities. She has over 20 years of experience initially as a research communication specialist and later as a project manager focused on rural development and land governance issues. Romy is originally from Brazil, but currently based in Germany.


Dr. Rick de  Satgé, Phuhlisani, NPC

Dr Rick de Satgé is a Senior Research Associate with Phuhlisani NPC, a South African land sector NGO. He curates and works part time as a researcher for the Land Portal compiling country profiles, issue pages and data stories. He has 40 plus years of experience working on land issues in Southern Africa. 


Eva Maria Anyango Okoth is a Senior Programme Officer and Gender Justice Focal point for ILC-Africa. She has over 6 years’ experience in land governance, climate and environmental justice. In her current role, she leads the region's programmes portfolio and provides technical support to ILC Africa's national and regional member-led multi-stakeholder platforms.


Mariella Schlingloff

Mariella Schlingloff is part of the global Data and Land Monitoring team at the International Land Coalition. She joined ILC at the beginning of 2020 and works closely on the technical side of ILC's data collection tool LANDex. Mariella has a bachelor's and a master's degree in politics, Administration and International Relations from Zeppelin University (Germany) and she specialises in land and citizen generated data and the SDGs. 





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