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pdf.png Building Cities for All: Lessons from Four African Experiences (Fr - 2012) HOT

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En Afrique, pres de 500 millions de personnes resident aujourd'hui dans des bidonvilles. La plupart de ces quartiers ne sont pas << en regle >> en matiere de foncier, d'habitat, d'amenagement ou de services. Les operations urbaines constituent un outil privilegie pour ameliorer les conditions de vie des habitants des quartiers precaires. Malgre des progres indeniables realises dans la derniere decennie, le bilan reste mitige, notamment en termes d'impacts social, economique, urbain et environnemental.

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FIG wwProgram of side events at the FIG Working Week 2016 in Christchurch- New Zealand 



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pdf.png Main Findings of the Publication - Building Cities for all (Fr - 2012) HOT

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En Afrique, pres de 500 millions de personnes resident aujourd'hui dans des bidonvilles. La plupart de ces quartiers ne sont pas << en regle >> en matiere de foncier, d'habitat, d'amenagement ou de services. Les operations urbaines constituent un outil privilegie pour ameliorer les conditions de vie des habitants des quartiers precaires. Malgre des progres indeniables realises dans la derniere decennie, le bilan reste mitige, notamment en termes d'impacts social, economique, urbain et environnemental.

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pdf.png Call for Papers Mozambique Urban Research Forum Information Note HOT

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Mozambique Urban Research Forum
07 - 08 June Maputo



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pdf.png Main Findings of the Publication: Building Cities for all (Eng - 2012) HOT

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Nearly 500 million Africans currently live in slums. Urban operations are one of the main tools for improving living conditions in informal settlements, where land tenure, housing, development and services largely function outside any offi cial system. While progress has undoubtedly been made over the last decade, these operations have had mixed social, economic, urban and environmental impacts.

Crosscutting analysis of four experiences in Mauritania, Morocco, Rwanda and Senegal is used to highlight some of the problems associated with the design, implementation and monitoring of operations to improve or restructure informal settlements. Particular attention is paid to social assistance, which is an aspect of these initiatives that tends to be ignored.

This paper was written for the designers, decisionmakers and agencies involved in these operations, to help them ask relevant questions, understand the issues that they raise and thus deliver better services. In short, its objective is to contribute to more inclusive urban policies and practices and greater progress in building cities for all types of resident in every kind of neighbourhood.



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pdf.png 1. Solutions at Scale: Overcoming Land as a Driver of Conflict and Bottleneck to Recovery - Paper HOT

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pdf.png Proposed post 2015 target and indicators on land tenure - GLII Communique (Eng - 2014) HOT

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The Global Land Indicator Initiative is a process used by the global land community to make proposals for globally comparable, technically sound and feasible targets and indicators on land, including for consideration for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It comprises specialists from bilateral, multilateral and professional bodies, as well as civil society.



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pdf.png 2. Strengthening Arab Women’s Property Rights and Access to Land - PPT HOT

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pdf.png 3. Scaling Up Land-based Financing for Sustainable and Equitable Cities - Paper HOT

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Land administration is basically about people. It is about the relation between people and places, and the policies, institutions and regulations that govern this relationship.


Land administration systems provide a country with an infrastructure for implementation of land policies and land management strategies in support of sustainable development. In many developed countries these systems are well developed and provide a kind of backbone in society in support of efficient land markets and effective land-use management. In most less developed countries, however, less than 30 percent of the land is included in the formal systems of land registration and administration that serve mainly the elite.


In less developed countries there is an urgent need to build simple systems using a flexible and affordable approach to identifying the way land is occupied and used. The systems should include all land and provide security of tenure for all. When considering the resources and capacities required for building such systems, the more advanced concepts as predominantly used in developed countries may well be seen as the end target but not as the point of entry. When assessing technology and investment choices the focus should be on a "fit-for-purpose approach" that will meet the needs of society today and can be incrementally improved over time.



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