land rights

LAND RIGHTS

Events
The annual Land and Poverty Conference “Institution for Equity and Resilience” postponed to March 22–26, 2021. 
Publications
A collection of briefs just released by CIFOR presents findings on the progress of forest tenure reforms in Uganda and Kenya.
Publications
Select 2019 journal articles from PIM and partners on natural resource governance.
Events
This webinar by Land Portal aims to explore under what conditions formalization of collective tenure might improve women’s tenure security.
News
The manual will provide critical guidance for land use planning in Ethiopia’s pastoral areas.
Blog
While land titles and other reforms in forest-dwelling communities in Indonesia, Uganda and Peru have improved people’s lives, food insecurity is still a widespread problem, a new study suggests.
Blog
Land can have multiple uses with complicated, often contentious, overlapping boundaries. A forest can be the site of agricultural production, while a wetland can provide valuable nutrition in the form of aquatic protein. So what happens when multiple players are vying for land and its various uses, while continuously contesting the overlapping boundaries?
Blog
The devolution of land tenure rights to forest-dwelling communities over the past quarter century has led to the development of entrepreneurial initiatives with substantial positive socio-economic outcomes for livelihoods, according to a leading scientist.
Blog
The annual World Bank's Land and Poverty conference (March 19-23, 2018) will present the latest research and practice on the diversity of reforms, interventions, and innovations in the land sector around the world. See how PIM participates in the conference.