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pdf.png Huairou Commission: A Grassroots Response to the Zero Draft (Eng - 2014) HOT

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A Grassroots Response to the Zero Draft - Proposed Goals and Targets on Sustainable Development for Post-2015



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pdf.png GLTN Newsletters (1st Quarter - 2008 to 2009) HOT

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pdf.png Community land rights in the "Zero Draft" of the Post-2015 Agenda (Eng - 2014) HOT

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The transformative potential of the Post-2015 development agenda/SDGs will depend on the extent to which they are able to address the structural factors that entrench continued poverty, human rights violations, gender inequality, exclusion, conflict, food insecurity and environmental degradation, among other issues.

 

Secure and equitable rights to land and natural resources have been flagged by many organizations as fundamental to the post-2015 agenda, and are reflected under several proposed goals in the OWG11 "zero draft." These include proposed goals on ending poverty, achieving food security, attaining gender equality, conserving and sustainably using marine resources, and conserving terrestrial ecosystems.



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zip.png Presentations: The Regional Learning Workshop on Land and Natural Resources Tenure Security in East and Southern Africa HOT

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The specific objectives of the workshop were:

  • To strengthen lesson sharing and knowledge exchange among various stakeholders and IFAD-supported projects.
  • To identify and share challenges, as well as innovative tools and approaches, for strengthening land and natural resources tenure security for poor people and vulnerable groups.
  • To identify entry-points for collaboration among IFAD-supported projects with the TSLI-ESA programme.  

These are the presentatations made during the workshop. 



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pdf.png Land in Post-2015 Development Agenda: Good Reasons to Engage on Land in the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (Eng - 2014) HOT

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Land is fundamental to address urban and rural challenges and it cuts across all sectors. These include dealing with governance and legislation, city extension, densification, urban policy, housing, food security, slum upgrading and prevention, economy through land-based financing, water and sanitation, infrastructure, urban mobility and transport, planning, public space, municipal finances, employment and job creation, safety and security as well as dealing with post-conflict and post-disaster contexts, gender, youth and human rights issues. This resonates with "The Future We Want."



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pdf.png Documentation and Review of Customary Tenure Security Tools Developed and/or used in IFAD Projects - Southern and Eastern Africa. Final Report

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This report provides an analysis of customary tenure tools identified in IFAD’s area of engagement in East and Southern Africa. The report describes the tools and analyses them with respect to the GLTN core values namely pro-poor, gender and equity responsiveness, affordability, sustainability, governance, subsidiarity and scalability. It also looks on ahead to highlight those tools that represent good practices that could be a complementary basis for developing new tools and identifies the strategies for scaling up the tools in other areas.



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pdf.png Addressing The Information Requirements of the Urban Poor: STDM Pilot in Uganda (Eng - 2014) HOT

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The Social Tenure Domain Model offers practical solutions and opportunities for land professionals, researchers, grassroots organisations and government authorities. These opportunities include the empowerment of the grassroots communities to develop and manage their own information systems (and their own data), with all the benefits of the advanced technologies can offer, with less investment in resources and with less reliance on highly paid experts. Land professionals can also make their services available to all and offer people-centred and affordable solutions. They can also contribute to the further enhancement of the STDM framework. With STDM, it is possible to bridge the information divide, to serve all members of society and to undertake development interventions such as tenure security for all at scale.



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pdf.png OWG Co-Chairs Document on Mainstreamed Topics: Youth as at Jun 11 2014 (Eng - 2014) HOT

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OWG Co-Chairs Document on Mainstreamed Topics: Youth as at Jun 11 2014 (Eng - 2014)



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pdf.png Regional Workshop on Land Monitoring Initiatives: Towards an Accountable Governance on Land HOT

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This publication contains the major highlights of Land Watch Asia’s “Regional Workshop on Land Monitoring Initiatives: Towards an Accountable Governance on Land” held in Manila, Philippines on 21-22 April 2015. These include the land monitoring country reports (Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistand and Philippines) prepared by Land Watch Asia (LWA) campaign using the Land Reform Monitoring Framework, which was its landmark contribution towards assessing land issues across the region.



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pdf.png Common African Position (CAP) on the Post-2015 Development Agenda (Eng - 2014) HOT

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Preamble:
We, Heads of State and Government of the African Union assembled in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, during the 22nd Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the Union on 31 January 2014,


NOTE: The participatory approach that led to the elaboration of the Common African Position (CAP) on the post-2015 Development Agenda involving stakeholders at the national, regional and continental levels among the public and private sectors, parliamentarians, civil society organizations (CSOs), including women and youth associations, and academia. This approach has helped address the consultation gap in the initial preparation and formulation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs);


RECOGNIZE: The efforts of the members of the High-Level Committee on the post-2015 Development Agenda, the coordinating role of the African Union Commission, and the technical support of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) Agency, the African Development Bank (AfDB), the Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Regional Bureau for Africa, and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in facilitating the process;



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