Join us at the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Africa 2022 for the session Walk the talk of inclusive land governance – Practical approaches and voices from stakeholders! | Land Portal

Location: Livestream on the GLF website (Walk the talk of inclusive land governance – Practical approaches and voices from stakeholders ( If you want to participate actively in the Global Landscapes Forum and receive information about all events, please register here: GLF Africa Digital Conference 2022: Registration (

Languages: English, French

Organised by: BMZ, GIZ


Transforming agri-food systems to combat climate change, halting and reversing natural resources degradation and feeding a growing population makes land a focus of interest. The pressure on land is growing and comes with a magnitude of implications. The intersectionality of climate change, population dynamics, and external shocks like the pandemic constitute a major challenge. The session will address the potential and challenges of inclusive land governance as a lever to enhance local resilience and maintain a healthy and productive environment. Practical examples from African countries will be presented and discussed to inspire action for sustainable landscapes that “leave no one behind.” Different marginalized population groups like women, refugees, pastoralists and IPLC will be at the center of the discussion.


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