LANDac, the Netherlands Land Academy, is a partnership between Dutch organisations and their Southern partners working on land governance for equitable and sustainable development.
The LANDac network brings together actors, conducts research, and distributes information, focusing on new pressures and competing claims on land and natural resources.
Land Governance Challenges and Climate Change: Handling Pressures, Upholding Rights 2-3 July 2020Muntgebouw Utrecht, The Netherlands Call for Sessions for the 2020 Conference is out now! Deadline for submission: 15th January 2020. The LANDac Annual International Conference offers… Read MoreLearn More
LANDac plays an active role in the generation and management of knowledge, in building capacity and fostering multi-stakeholder dialogues. Knowledge generationIn collaboration with various stakeholders, LANDac carries out short-term, applied research and fact-finding missions, while strengthening its collaboration… Read MoreLearn More
The LANDdialogue The LANDdialogue is a multi-stakeholder initiative that aims to improve global land governance through strengthening the practical application and monitoring of improvement measures by Dutch companies, the Dutch government, knowledge institutes and NGOs, in line with… Read MoreLearn More
Land Governance Challenges and Climate Change: Handling Pressures, Upholding Rights 2-3 July 2020Muntgebouw Utrecht, The Netherlands Call for Sessions for the 2020 Conference is out now! Deadline for submission: 15th
New America’s Future of Property Rights Program (FPR) is looking for a 'Frontier Fellow'! Deadline for application: 10th January 2020. More information below. About the Future of Property Rights Program:
Public Lecture Prof An Ansoms: Land lost - land regained in transforming rural landscapes? Smallholder farmers navigating Rwanda's agrarian land reforms. Date: December 18th 2019Time: 15:00 - 17:00Location: room C62,
Vacancy in Dutch RVO's LAND-at-scale is op zoek naar een nieuwe programma-adviseur. Functieomschrijving Betere landrechten zijn cruciaal voor resultaten op verschillende ontwikkelingssamenwerkingsthema’s. Denk maar eens aan voedselzekerheid, integraal waterbeheer, klimaatadaptatie
LANDac and UU colleagues Kei Otsuki and Griet Steel recently posted a blog for the EADI/ISS Series on Solidarity for People Displaces by Large-Scale Investment Projects. Read the blog here!
Orginal post here. Justice and Peace Netherlands is launching a new call for human rights defenders at risk to participate in the Shelter City initiative around March 2020. The deadline
Click here for the website! Cadasta has launched its Land Rights Challenge Fund! The Land Rights Challenge Fund is available to help Cadasta's partners better leverage Cadasta’s innovative technical tools
Kei Otsuki and Griet Steel (Utrecht University, the Netherlands) are convening a panel at the 2020 EADI/ISS Conference Solidary, Peace and Socal Justice: HP059 - Solidarity for investment-induced displacement and
At the 46th Edition of the Committee on World Food Security, LEGEND (Land: Enhancing Governance for Economic Development) partners presented their key findings and lessons-learned from LEGEND's work on responsible
In the newly lanched blog series, LANDac fellows from the Professional Learning Programme share their experiences in the field. '"This plot is not for sale!": Land Administration and Land Disputes
The European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) and the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) announce the 16th EADI General Conference, to be held in The Hague
The Responsible Land-Based Investment (RLBI) Navigator helps private sector actors identify and access the practical tools and guidelines that are most relevant to their work. It was developed jointly by
9th December 2019 @ 08:00 – 18th December 2019 @ 17:00 Download the flyer here! The extraction, exploitation and trade of natural resources continue to be a source of conflict
Read the full brief here. A recently published report by the World Bank highlights the intersections between land programs/projects and violence against women and girls. It provides recommendations for policy,
To download the programme brief, click here.