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Land corruption in Africa
Closed
17 July 2019 to 7 August 2019
Facilitators: 
Jean Brice Tetka
Mary Maneno
Michael Okai
Dr. Simon Manda
Mr. Gerald Padde Auku
Partners: 
Land Portal Foundation
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Transparency International
African Land Policy Centre
Africa
Kenya
Uganda
Zambia
Ghana

Land corruption in AfricaDownload the Report of the discussion.

Closed
22 August 2017 to 29 September 2017
Kenya
Global

Background

From August 22nd to September 15th 2017  the Land Development  and Governance Institute (LDGI) and Land Portal Foundation will co- facilitate an online debate that will involve the contribution of major stakeholders focusing on contemporary Kenyan land governance issues.

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PhD Student, University of Edinburgh School of Geosciences

Economic valuation of ecosystem services for improved land governance and livelihoods: case study in large scale land acquisitions in Zambia

MISSION: To contribute to improved livelihoods through offering a bridge between communities, stakeholders and policy makers in the promotion of equitable access and sustainable management of land and natural resources.

VISION: To become a centre of excellence in promoting the application of appropriate land policies, laws and management practices by empowering society through innovative and knowledge based advocacy and capacity building in Kenya and the region.

LDGI values of Integrity, Trust and Professionalism influence the way we work every day and everywhere.

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Excellent administration and management of land for sustainable development

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To implement an efficient land administration and management system in order to ensure equity in access to land

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  • Efficiency
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  • Innivativeness
  • Integrity
  • Professionalism
  • Rule Of Law
  • Independence
 

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The legal data collected for Nicholas Tagliarino's dissertation and posted on Land Book examines whether national expropriation, compensation, and resettlement laws in developing countries are adopting international standards designed to secure tenure rights and ensure responsible land governance. The analysis conducted for this dataset is based on Section 16 of the UN Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure, which establishes standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement.

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