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Prindex - Perceptions of tenure security
Acronym: 
PRINDEX
Focal point: 
Anna Locke & Malcolm Childress

Localização

Reino Unido
GB
Working languages: 
inglês

PRIndex, the Global Property Rights Index, is a collaborative initiative between Global Land Alliance and the Overseas Development Institute (with staff from both organisations working on the project alongside expert consultants), that aims to develop and roll out the first global measurement of peoples’ perceptions of their property rights. PRIndex is looking to establish a global and national-level baseline of perceptions of land tenure security, which will provide the grounding for a global conversation and movement around securing the property rights of billions who currently lack them.

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Library Resource
Março, 2021

A 22 minute video about one of the biggest cases of agricultural land grabbing in Senegal: 20,000 hectares;first allocated to Senhuile-Sénéthanol;now known as Les Fermes de la Téranga. The Italian investors Tampieri Financial Group pulled out of the project in 2017 and the new owners – Agro Industries Corp;based in the tax haven of the Cayman Islands – arrived in 2018.

Library Resource
Relatórios e Pesquisa
Julho, 2020
Global

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 1.4.2 and 5.A.1 refer to the strengthening of women’s land and property rights as a fundamental pathway towards poverty reduction and women’s empowerment. Securing women’s land and property rights can increase agricultural productivity, incentivise the adoption of climate-resilient natural resource management and increase household spending on health and education.

Library Resource
Cover_Prindex_2020
Relatórios e Pesquisa
Julho, 2020
África, América do Sul, Ásia, Global

This paper is the culmination of over five years of work to develop and apply the methodology for measuring tenure security for land and property around the globe—Prindex. We now have the first ever comparable assessment of perceived tenure security that is truly global, with data from more than 140 countries, representing 96% of the world’s adult (18+) population, equivalent to 5.2 billion citizens. This latest round of data collection therefore presents the clearest, most definitive picture of how secure people around the world feel about their homes and property.

Library Resource

Evidence from 33 Countries

Relatórios e Pesquisa
Março, 2019
Marrocos, Tunísia, Quênia, Madagáscar, Malawi, Moçambique, Ruanda, Tanzânia, Uganda, Zâmbia, Camarões, Namíbia, Benim, Burkina Faso, Gana, Costa do Marfim, Libéria, Níger, Nigéria, Senegal, Costa Rica, Honduras, México, Bolívia, Colômbia, Equador, Peru, Cambodja, Indonésia, Tailândia, Vietnam, Jordânia, Reino Unido

This report uses household-level data from 33, mostly developing, countries to analyse perceptions of tenure insecurity among women. We test two hypotheses: (1) that women feel more insecure than men; and (2) that increasing statutory protections for women, for instance by issuing joint named titles or making inheritance law more gender equal, increases de facto tenure security.

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