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pdf.png Gender responsiveness of selected projects in the GLTN land tool inventory (Eng - 2008) HOT

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pdf.png How to carry out a Land Tool Evaluation for Gender Equality (Eng - 2012) HOT

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pdf.png How to do a Gender Land Evaluation - Training of Trainers Programme, GLTN Land Tools and Adult Learning (Eng - 2012) HOT

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pdf.png How to do a Gender Land Evaluation - Training of Trainers Programme, The Capacity Development Approach (Eng - 2012) HOT

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pdf.png How to prepare for Evaluating Land Tools for Gender Equality (Eng - 2012) HOT

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pdf.png Evaluating Land Tools for Gender Equality Presentation (Eng - 2012) HOT

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pdf.png Undertaking a Gender Criteria Evaluation of Land Reforms/Customary Land Secretariats in Ghana (Eng - 2012) HOT

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pdf.png Gender Evaluation Process - Uganda Land Alliance Experience (Eng - 2012) HOT

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pdf.png EGM on "The Continuum of Land Rights: Reviewing the concept and investigating the evidence in selected sites in Southern Africa" (Eng - 2013) HOT

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This report summarises the proceedings of the Expert Group Meeting (EGM) on "The Continuum of Land Rights: Reviewing the concept and investigating the evidence in selected sites in Southern Africa", held from 9 to 11 October 2013, in Johannesburg, South Africa. Organised by the Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) Secretariat based in UN-Habitat, Nairobi, Kenya, in collaboration with Urban LandMark, a Southern African GLTN partner, the EGM assembled 20 international professionals, academics, researchers and practitioners.

The purpose of the meeting was to bring together GLTN Secretariat, GLTN partners, international and local experts and implementers, to review the continuum of land rights, with specific reference to the research in five Southern African countries. The experts learnt from and provided feedback to the research findings, explored the evidence of the continuum in practice in Southern Africa, assessed implications of the review and research findings for GLTN and made recommendations on the way forward.



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pdf.png Programme - GLTN Training Workshop on How to do a Gender Land Evaluation (Eng - 2012) HOT

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pdf.png How to do a gender land evaluation? Nairobi 20th-21st June 2012 Participant List HOT

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pdf.png Women in Post-Conflict Settlement Planning (Eng - 2013) HOT

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Ten principles can be followed to produce the sort of equal post-conflict settlement planning that can help to build communities that have a better basis of becoming peaceful and sustainable. These are:

  1. Gender factors should be integrated in post-conflict settlement planning
  2. Post-conflict settlement planning should increase the safety and security of all groups
  3. Women's grassroots organizations should be involved in post-conflict settlement planning
  4. A spatial framework should be used to facilitate improvement of gender sensitive coordination of post-crisis settlement planning
  5. The planning process should be people-centred and include both women and men
  6. Planning should be about building back better and increasing crisis-resilience, peace and the inclusiveness of all groups
  7. Spatial planning should frame interventions as first steps towards socially, politically and economically equal neighbourhoods and cities
  8. Planning should be integrated, linking infrastructure, services and livelihoods in a way that recognizes both women's and men's needs
  9. Planning should generate economic recovery and growth if addressed equally
  10. Planning should be monitored and evaluated


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pdf.png Forced Evictions - Towards Solutions? Second Report of the Advisory Group on Forced Evictions to the Executive Director of UN-Habitat (Eng - 2007) HOT

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This publication is the second report of the Advisory Group on Forced Evictions (AGFE) to the Executive Director of UN-Habitat. It contains follow-up information on eviction cases documented in the first report, 15 new cases, and a detailed analysis of the current global situation regarding forced evictions and successful counterstrategies, methodologies and tools to stop and prevent forced evictions.



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pdf.png Enumeration as a grassroot tool towards securing tenure in slums: An initial assessment of the Kisumu experience (Eng - 2008) HOT

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Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) recognises community-based slum enumeration as a potential grassroots mechanism tool which could assist in achieving its objectives relating to land management and tenure security. This paper analyses a community-based slum enumeration exercise in Kisumu in relation to these objectives. The enumeration was carried out in Kisumu as part of a city-wide slum upgrading initiative. The paper draws on a peer evaluation that included interviews with slum upgrading stakeholders as well as community-based focus group discussions, mainly with enumerators. The paper finds that coordination of the slum upgrading initiative, and beyond this of wider and often competing city initiatives, is imperative for a grassroots enumeration exercise to link up effectively with the planning authorities and for grassroots trust to be sustained for ongoing verification and updating of the enumeration data. Key findings towards securing tenure include the importance of various forms of mobilisation that accompany enumeration, and of  the informal and formal knowledge generation that results from the enumeration process.



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pdf.png Pro-poor Land Management (Eng - 2004) HOT

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Abject poverty is the plight of so many of our fellow humans. One in five spends their life in urban slums. One in two lacks basic sanitation. Governments around the world have formally recognized universal rights to adequate housing and living standards. Yet increasing numbers only manage to trade rural for urban destitution. This is because institutional frameworks deny them the opportunities to which we are all entitled.


Lack of access to land, and fear of eviction, epitomize a more pervasive exclusion from mainstream social, economic and civic opportunities, especially for women. Precarious conditions generate poverty as people have no future in which to invest. As their numbers keep mounting, the prospects for our collective sustainable urban development look bleak.



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