Webinar: Women and Land Rights | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data



On February 14th we will examine the most effective strategies to combat women’s diminishing land rights within communities.

Individual titling is the most commonly accepted strategy for protecting women’s land rights, but it it is not without its problems. It can lead to increased domestic violence or result in women being run off their land. The webinar's guest presenters -- Rachael Knight of Namati and Judy Adoko of Land and Equity Movement of Uganda (LEMU) -- suggest a more effective strategy. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the presenters, ask questions, and discuss with those working on land rights around the world. If you cannot attend at this time, make sure to register and we will send you a video recording after it’s finished. 


Date: February 14th, 2018

Time: 2pm GMT  (9 am Washington DC; 2 pm Freetown; 5 pm Nairobi; 730 pm Delhi; 9 pm Bangkok)

Registration: sign up here for free


This webinar is hosted by the Global Legal Empowerment Network


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