30 June – 1 July 2016
Muntgebouw, Utrecht, the Netherlands
REGISTRATION UNTIL 1 JUNE: early bird fee 50 Euro!
Registration after 1 June 2016 will be Euro 100.
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‘Land governance in the context of urbanisation and climate change: Linking the rural and the urban’
The 2016 LANDac Annual International Land Conference ‘Land governance in the context of urbanisation and climate change: Linking the rural and the urban’ will take place on Thursday 30 June and Friday 1 July in Utrecht, the Netherlands (Muntgebouw). The conference builds on the success of the 2015 International Conference in which LANDac brought together stakeholders from around the world, from a variety of backgrounds. The 2016 conference focuses on topics related to rural-urban land governance and climate change.
REGISTRATION UNTIL 1 JUNE – early bird fee of 50 Euro’s!
The deadline for submitting abstracts has been closed, but registration for participation is possible by filling out the Registration form LANDac Conference 2016 and sending this to: email@example.com. After 1 June, registration costs will be 100 Euro’s
- high-level panel on Habitat III
- thematic sessions
- key note speakers
- special events
- round table discussions
- photo exhibition
- interactive media project
The call for abstracts has been closed. The call is available here: Call for abstracts – extended deadline
Please find the 2015 Conference report here: LANDac_Report-final.
The 2015 conference
The LANDac International Conference on Land Governance for Equitable and Sustainable Development took place on 8, 9 and 10 July 2015 in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The Conference was organized by the Netherlands Academy on Land Governance (LANDac) and its partners and aimed to present state-of-the-art knowledge on how land governance may contribute to equitable and sustainable development, as well as set the agenda for future research and foster new collaborations for research, policy and practice. The Conference coincided with the 6th LANDac Summer School ‘Land Governance for Development’.