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IODC is the essential meeting point for the global community to debate and study the future of open data.
IODC aims to build stronger relationships between open data initiatives from the different governments and establish a dialogue between these voices:
La Semana Internacional de la Sociedad Civil (ICSW por sus siglas en inglés) 2016 se celebrará en Bogotá, Colombia, del 25 al 28 de abril con el fin de:
Las luchas por la tierra, agua y territorios son centrales en la lucha por la Soberanía Alimentaria.
Lutas camponesas e a reinvenção do sistema alimentar mundial: A Via Campesina e o paradigma da soberania alimentar
18 de abril de 2016, 16h30, Sala 1, CES-Coimbra
fonte: Conexão Lusófona
Habitat III is the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development to take place in Quito, Ecuador, from 17 – 20 October 2016.
Matching the level of ambition of the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals with adequate means of implementation – including financing – will be the lynchpin of success in future development efforts.
LAND TENURE AND DISASTERS: RESPONSE, REBUILDING, RESILIENCE
Washington DC Economic Partnership 1495 F Street, NW Washington, DC
Event Start Date:
Friday, February 13, 2015 - 08:45
Event End Date:
Friday, February 13, 2015 - 10:15
After a disaster, land and property rights are often overlooked in response and rebuilding efforts. The lack of clear rights often leads to conflict, delay, and higher costs. But we can address these problems before a disaster strikes. We can:
- Create projects that strengthen the capacity of land administration institutions and staff;
- Build resilience by identifying safe and secure spaces for reconstruction;
- Include communities in documenting land rights and creating solutions for shelter; and
- Recognize the rights of vulnerable communities living in informal housing.
Learn how in a breakfast panel discussion. Experts will share their experiences in Sri Lanka, Haiti, and Indonesia.
- Dr. Cynthia Caron, Assistant Professor of International Development and Social Change at Clark University
- Adriana Navarro-Sertich, Housing and Urban Planning Advisor at UNOPS Haiti-Washington
- Bharat Pathak, Independent Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation Consultant (Former Director at Mercy Corps in Indonesia)
This breakfast panel discussion will be hosted by USAID's Office of Land Tenure and Resource Management. The event is open to the public and participants are welcome to attend in person or online. Doors will open at 8:15 a.m. The discussion will begin at 8:45 a.m.
Washington DC Economic Partnership
The Pepco Room
1495 F Street, NW
For more information on how to attend in person or online the event visit http://usaidlandtenure.net/events/disasters-webinar
Background and Objectives
Multiple funds and finance mechanisms have contributed in promoting forest-related activities in developing countries. Designing an effective finance scheme is one of the key elements to enhance effective and efficient forest conservation and sustainable forest management in developing countries.