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LARRI meeting: "Securing land rights through tenure reforms?"

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LARRI meeting: "Securing land rights through tenure reforms?"

Focali researchers will present their research at the next LARRI research networking meeting, the 17th of April in Gothenburg.

What Seminar
When Apr 17, 2013 01:15 PM to
Apr 17, 2013 03:00 PM
Where Room D31 at School of Business, Economics and Law, (Handelshögskolan), Vasagatan 1 in Gothenburg
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The aim with the LARRI research networking meetings is to informally meet and discuss ongoing and planned research on different land related topics and to promote collaboration between researchers and between researchers and students from different disciplines. In addition this research networking meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss how research on the theme can be used in policy and practice to enhance tenure security for rural poor in the context of increased demand for land and related resources. 
 

Program: 

The meeting will start with short presentations on the topics below, thereafter a discussion will be facilitated by the LARRI coordinator Maria Ölund. 
 
Jeannette Bayisenge: “Land tenure reform: A tool for ensuring land rights to women? Experiences from the administration of the land registration and titling in Rwanda.” 
 
Robin Biddulph: “Do land titling programmes avoid areas where there is tenure insecurity? And other reflections from the Cambodian case.” 
 
Lasse Krantz: “Securing Land Rights in a Context of Increasing External Demand for Land. The case of Mozambique.” 
 
Gunnar Köhlin: “Experiences from the land registration and certification programme in the Amhara region of Ethiopia.”
 
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About LARRI:

LARRI (Land Rights Research Initiative) is a platform for discussion, exchange of ideas and information as well as for promoting collaboration among researchers and students and others interested in land rights issues in the context of global change. The LARRI initiative is hosted by GCGD - Gothenburg Centre of Globalization and Development at Gothenburg University. 

 

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