Land tenure in drylands: summary of e-conference discussion | Land Portal

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January 2005
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eldis:A18679

This summary document provides a synthesis of the key issues and discussion points emerging from a four week online conference on the subject of land tenure in drylands.The broad areas of discussion were as follows:Drylands Tenure Policy. What are the contents and essential elements of Drylands Tenure Policies?Strategies for implementing land tenure reform in drylands. What can we learn from drylands experiences?Land policy dialogue and participation. How to foster the participation of multiple interestsScaling-Up, replication and innovationsThe e-conference was organised by FRAME, ILC, UNDP and CAPRI in April 2005. The online conference further developed themes which emerged from an event in Nairobi earlier in the year which addressed the same issue.

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