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Mozambique agriculture
Closed
28 June 2021 to 9 July 2021
Facilitators: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Dr. Siyabulela Manona
Partners: 
Land Portal Foundation
Southern Africa

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This online discussion is exploring two main questions:

  • How can customary law and governance institutions be strengthened to ensure social inclusion, secure community access to land and effective management of natural resources?
  • How can these institutions best be protected against corrupt and authoritarian leadership and capture by local elites and global business partners?
Other country experiences
Closed
28 June 2021 to 9 July 2021
Facilitators: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Dr. Siyabulela Manona
Southern Africa
Global

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2nd Week

5 - 9 July

In the 2nd week, the discussion took place in the plenary space

 


1st Week

28 June - 4 July

 

Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe & Malawi
Closed
28 June 2021 to 9 July 2021
Facilitators: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Dr. Siyabulela Manona
Malawi
Tanzania
Zambia
Zimbabwe

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2nd Week

5 - 9 July

In the 2nd week, the discussion took place in the plenary space

 


1st Week

28 June - 4 July

DRC, Madagascar & Mauritius
Closed
28 June 2021 to 9 July 2021
Facilitators: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Dr. Siyabulela Manona
Madagascar
Mauritius
Democratic Republic of the Congo

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2nd Week

5 - 9 July

In the 2nd week, the discussion took place in the plenary space

 

 


1st Week

28 June - 4 July

 

Namibia & South Africa
Closed
28 June 2021 to 9 July 2021
Facilitators: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Dr. Siyabulela Manona
Namibia
South Africa

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2nd Week

5 - 9 July

In the 2nd week, the discussion took place in the plenary space

 


1st Week

28 June - 4 July

 

Eswatini, Lesotho & Botswana
Closed
28 June 2021 to 9 July 2021
Facilitators: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Dr. Siyabulela Manona
Botswana
Lesotho
Eswatini

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2nd Week

5 - 9 July

In the 2nd week, the discussion took place in the plenary space

 


1st Week

28 June - 4 July

 

Closed
19 November 2018 to 7 December 2018
Facilitators: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Partners: 
Phuhlisani NPC
Land Portal Foundation
South Africa

In February 2018, South Africa’s National Assembly passed a resolution to establish an ad hoc Constitutional Review Committee to explore and debate the need for a constitutional amendment to allow for the expropriation of land without compensation in the public interest.

Closed
20 July 2018 to 20 August 2018
Facilitators: 
Dr. Emmanuel Urey
Ali Kaba
Partners: 
Landesa - Rural Development Institute
Sustainable Development Institute
Rights Rice Foundation
Land Rights Now
Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI)
Oxfam International
Liberia

The Sustainable Development Institute (SDI), Landesa, and the Land Portal Foundation are co-facilitating an online discussion on Liberia's Land Rights Bill (LRB) that may soon be voted on by the Liberian National Legislature.

Join the dialogue: Customary Land Rights in Zambia
Closed
15 January 2018 to 6 February 2018
Facilitators: 
Mr. Andrew Chilombo
Matt Sommerville
Partners: 
United States Agency for International Development
Land Portal Foundation
Zambia
Global

 

Customary Land Recognition in Zambia

Closed
20 June 2017 to 14 July 2017
Facilitators: 
Mr. Malcolm Childress
Ms. Laura Meggiolaro
Partners: 
Global Land Tool Network
Global Land Indicator Initiative
LANDac
Global Land Alliance
Land Portal Foundation
Global

From June 20th to July 14th, 2017, the Land Portal, in collaboration with GLTN/GLII, Land Alliance and LandAC, will co-facilitate a dialogue through which a variety of stakeholders will focus on discussions centered around measuring the perception of land tenure security in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  

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