The two SDC networks Agriculture and Food Security (A+FS) and Democratization, Decentralization and Local Governance (DDLG) are announcing an exciting
Learning Journey in Land Governance 2016
We want to generate and share knowledge about burning issues on land governance. Together we will develop evidence based recommendations for SDCs interventions.
Our Learning Journey consists of five module
Inclusive land governance – Road to a better live: Synthesis
Inclusive land governance – Road to a better Life Recommendations
Inclusive – what does it mean in the context of land governance? Whichactors/stakeholders are involved and of whom do we need to think if we design a project in the context?xLand governance – what is the internationally definition? Which elementsand dimensions belong to land governance?xBetter life – can you make the connection between land governance andlivelihood, social and economic development?
Case studies Brazil
Traditional Peoples’ and the Struggle for Inclusive Land Governance in Brazil
Traditional Peoples’and the Struggle for Inclusive Land Governance in Brazil
Cambodia: Land Governance Situation
This paper examines the question of inclusive land governance using case study evidence from Cambodia’s north-easternfrontier. It draws on three weeks of fieldwork in Phnom Penh and Stung Treng province, including key informant interviews, document analysis, and a validation workshop with experts in Phnom Penh.
Mozambique: Inclusive Land Governance
Inclusive Land Governance in Mozambique: Good Law, Bad Politics?
This paper analyses inclusive land governance in Mozambique. It focuses on the country’s legal framework and the DUAT, the right to use and benefit from the land.
Switzerland has a long history of land struggles and debates to come to grips with inclusive land governance. Today the country makes use of a complex system of laws and ordinances, checks and balances, formal and informal processes as well as judicial practices and political procedures to manage land related decision-making. Many of the current challenges demand a dynamic and systemic approach: They require reliable rules, but also a certain flexibility in order to adapt to future demands has to be assured.
Swiss land governance - a study commissioned by SDC agriculture and food security network