Land rights and the global land

Kathrin explained: "If you want to know where Peru's mining concessions are found, you can download the permits online for free from the government. Follow the link for more information about the scoring technique and the GODI methodology.

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Each plan will test new tools for securing community-led land tenure, proving the practical power of this dialogue-to-action event format. The learning curriculum was entirely based on the knowledge and burning questions of the participants — everyone a teacher and a student at the same time; continually challenging each other by asking 'what works? It is also supposed to spark debate about the state of open government data. Firstly, it exclusively refers to data with mandatory characteristics. More good news: assistance to victims of land rights violations During the Kenyan event, I shared experiences about how communities and CSOs can engage with private investors to protect community lands and even secure benefits from private investment. From sharing information to practical action In the final two days of the meeting, participants applied the knowledge they had acquired over the week to develop their own action plans. Previous rounds are available at GODI website. I'm pleased to announce that IIED is working with ILC to pilot a land rights redress initiative: teaming up with ILC's vast membership and IIED's partners around the globe, we will spread the word about the availability of legal redress mechanisms while consolidating a network of land rights legal professionals that will provide pro-bono advice to community advocates on pursuing legal redress. Land acquisitions and rights Law Creating a global 'land rights family': from knowledge to action Community land rights are the focus of two new initiatives.

The main idea in this specific case is that data should include maps of lands with parcel layer that displays boundaries in addition to a land registry with information on registered parcels of land. These community-level sustainable development plans integrate the social, cultural, economic, political and territorial aspects of community land governance.

From sharing information to practical action In the final two days of the meeting, participants applied the knowledge they had acquired over the week to develop their own action plans.

The solidarity generated by and among the inspiring participants of the 'action shop' left me with the impression that we are all connected to a new land rights family.

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Follow the link for more information about the scoring technique and the GODI methodology. The methodology used in the Global Open Data Index has changed over time; significantly so between and Each plan will test new tools for securing community-led land tenure, proving the practical power of this dialogue-to-action event format. The result is a final score that has to be read carefully. Land acquisitions and rights Law Creating a global 'land rights family': from knowledge to action Community land rights are the focus of two new initiatives. Instead, it highlights areas where the government may improve open data publication. Watch the IIED legal tools page for developments.

The Index focuses on assessing open land tenure data describing the rules and processes of land property. The result is a final score that has to be read carefully.

Responsible use may enable tenure security and increase the transparency of land transactions.

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Land acquisitions and rights Law Creating a global 'land rights family': from knowledge to action Community land rights are the focus of two new initiatives. If you want to know where communities live, there is nothing. More good news: assistance to victims of land rights violations During the Kenyan event, I shared experiences about how communities and CSOs can engage with private investors to protect community lands and even secure benefits from private investment.

Today IBC has the most extensive land registry in Peru, even beyond that of the government.

International land coalition

There are numerous factors that hamper communities' use of legal redress, including the cost of legal assistance, intimidation of would-be plaintiffs, procedural barriers, low awareness of redress mechanisms, and difficulty navigating the more complex procedures. Watch the IIED legal tools page for developments. Previous rounds are available at GODI website. At that event, we asked 'why are there so few legal complaints to protect community land rights at a time when land rights violations are so widespread? From sharing information to practical action In the final two days of the meeting, participants applied the knowledge they had acquired over the week to develop their own action plans. It is also supposed to spark debate about the state of open government data. Instead, it highlights areas where the government may improve open data publication. The main idea in this specific case is that data should include maps of lands with parcel layer that displays boundaries in addition to a land registry with information on registered parcels of land. Each plan will test new tools for securing community-led land tenure, proving the practical power of this dialogue-to-action event format. The learning curriculum was entirely based on the knowledge and burning questions of the participants — everyone a teacher and a student at the same time; continually challenging each other by asking 'what works? I'm pleased to announce that IIED is working with ILC to pilot a land rights redress initiative: teaming up with ILC's vast membership and IIED's partners around the globe, we will spread the word about the availability of legal redress mechanisms while consolidating a network of land rights legal professionals that will provide pro-bono advice to community advocates on pursuing legal redress. These community-level sustainable development plans integrate the social, cultural, economic, political and territorial aspects of community land governance.

The GODI is a tool to educate civil society and governments about open data publication. Proving the benefits for communities New scientific research supports the ecological benefits of IBC's community-driven approach, finding that in the Amazon, "[community land] titling reduces [forest] clearing by more than three-quarters and forest disturbance by roughly two-thirds in a two-year window spanning the year title is awarded and the year afterward.

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