Reporting

Overview of results and output from LANDac activities. Click on the titles to read more.
  • Strengthening Land Governance for Development: Highlights of LANDac from 2010-2016

    This publication captures the main activities and findings of the first phase of LANDac, the Netherlands Academy on Land Governance for Equitable and Sustainable Development. LANDac is a platform and partnership critically engaged in land governance for achieving inclusive and sustainable development. The first phase ran from 2010 to 2016 and is followed by a […]

  • Reference note: Analysing land governance in the multi-annual strategic plans

    This reference note on land governance is developed for the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, particularly embassies. The aim of this note is to facilitate the inclusion of land governance in the context analysis of the multi annual strategic plan. Other resources that can be used are the inventory of existing experience with land governance […]

  • 2014 Programme Land Governance for Development Summer School

    Now available: the 2014 day-to-day programme of the 5th LANDac Summer School “Land governance for development” Land is a priority issue in international development research, practice and policy making. Pressure on land is increasing, including for growing export and biofuel crops, as well as for speculation purposes, tourism, mining, industrial development, urbanization and nature conservation. […]

  • Report: Government land acquisition in India and China

    On Friday 25 April, LANDac and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Asia and Oceania Department) Asia Carrousel organized a lecture and lunch on government land acquisition policies and practices in India and China. Guest speakers were Dr. Malovika Pawar (Indian Administrative Service) and Dr. Yongjun Zhao (Groningen University). A short report as well as both […]

  • Action Aid Report: The Great Land Heist

    This week, ActionAid has launched a new report ‘The Great Land Heist. How the world is paving the way for corporate land grabs’ in which they highlight a large number of case studies from around the world. The cases, from Cambodia, Kenya, India, Mozambique, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Tanzania, show forced evictions, human rights violations, […]

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