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Inaugural conference on Land Policy in Africa puts land tenure security high on the African development agenda The inaugural Conference on Land Policy in Africa was held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, from 11 to... Read more
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Participatory and Inclusive Land Re-adjustment (Eng - 2013)

UN-Habitat aims at introducing PILaR as a new service for national governments and local authorities to better tackle urbanization challenges, such as urban sprawl and the slums, through a rights-based approach where participation and inclusiveness and of managing private and public sector roles and responsibilities will be central.


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Created 2013-04-17


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