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Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Pove...

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Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty

Date: Monday, 14/Mar/2016
DISCLAIMER
Please note that the sessions below in the draft program are still subject to changes in time and location at the discretion of the conference organizers

8:00am
9:15am

00-01: Using LGAF as an Input for a Broader Policy Dialogue on Land: Country Examples
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Margaret Rugadya, Ford Foundation, Kenya

Invited Paper

Using LGAF as an Input into Ongoing Law Revisions: Lessons from Ethiopia
Zerfu Hailu Gebrewold
NIRAS, Ethiopia
Invited Paper

Lessons from LGAF for Land Policy Reform in Zambia
Augustine Mulolwa
University of Zambia, Zambia
Invited Paper

Strengthening Land Governance in Sierra Leone: How LGAF is Contributing to the VGGT Process
Peter Kaindaneh1, Alphajoh Cham2
1: The Economic Forum, Sierra Leone; 2: Ministry of Lands, Country Planning and the Environment, Sierra Leone
Invited Paper

Lessons form LGAF for Land Policy in Kenya
Patricia K. Mbote
University of Nairobi, Kenya
Invited Paper

Land – National Priority Program (L-NPP): A Tool to Implement the LGAF Recommendations in Afghanistan
Jawad Peikar
Afghanistan Independent Land Authority (ARAZI), Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of
Invited Paper

Results of LGAF Policy Dialogue in Bihar
Babu Mishra
CIMP, India
Invited Paper

Building on LGAF to Support Decentralization of Land Administration: The Example of Rwanda
Thierry Ngoga
Country coordinator LGAF, United Kingdom
Invited Paper

Using LGAF to Feed into CAADP Investment Plans
Mandi Rukuni
LGAF Technical Advisory Group, Zimbabwe
8:00am
4:00pm

Day 1: Innovation Fair

8:05am

001: Pre-conference: Assessing Land Governance; Building Evidence for Directing Land Policies, and Monitoring Progress

Location: MC Atrium
Full day presentation of new technologies and products

Location: Preston Auditorium
Using LGAF as input for a broad policy dialogue on land: country examples
Collecting and sharing land data in a comparable way
Land governance monitoring; complementing administrative and survey data
Synthesis and next steps for land indicators, building evidence for guiding land policies and strengthening tenure security

9:15am
10:30am

00-02: Collecting and Sharing Land Data in a Comparable Way
Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Moses Kusiluka Mpogole, Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development, Tanzania

Individual Papers

A Land Tenure Module for LSMS
Stein T. Holden1, Daniel A. Ali2, Klaus Deininger2, Thea Hilhorst2
1: Norwegian University of Life Science, Norway; 2: World Bank
Invited Paper

Advances in Survey Methodology
Sydney Gourlay
World Bank, United States of America
Invited Paper

Integrating the Land Tenure Module in “Survey Solutions”; Scope for Gender Disaggregation and Link to Broader Outcomes
Michael Lokshin
World Bank
Invited Paper

Improving the Use and Usability of Agricultural Data and Opportunities for Land
Gero Carletto, Talip Kilic
World Bank, United States of America
Invited Paper

Visualizing Open Public-domain Data to Address Sustainable Development Challenges (“Spatial Agent”)
Nagaraja Rao Harshadeep
World Bank, United States of America
10:30am
11:00am

CB01: Coffee Break

11:00am
12:30pm

00-03: Monitoring Land Governance Using Administrative and Survey Data

Location: Front Lobby

Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Issa Faye, African Development Bank, Tunisia

Invited Paper

Linking Different Departments to Capture the Benefits from Land Governance Monitoring: Lessons from Rwanda
Solomon Kyewalabye1, Daniel Ayalew Ali2, Thierry Ngoga3
1: Consultant, Uganda; 2: World Bank, United States of America; 3: Country coordinator LGAF, United Kingdom
Invited Paper

Monitoring Land Governance in a Non-computerized System: Approach and Initial Lessons from Amhara

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BoEPLAU, Ethiopia
Invited Paper

Classification and Monitoring of Land Disputes in Ethiopia
Daniel Weldegebriel Ambaye
Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
Invited Paper

Monitoring & Reporting Land Governance in Ukraine
Denys Nizalov1, Rostyslav Shmanenko2
1: University of Kent, United Kingdom; 2: State Service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography, and Cadastre
Invited Paper

Synthesis and Next Steps
Klaus Deininger
World Bank, United States of America
12:30pm
1:30pm

Pre-conference Lunch

1:30pm
4:00pm

002: Roundtable on Gender, Rights to Land and the SDGs

5:00pm
6:30pm

00-10: Opening Session

Location: Front Lobby

Location: MC C2-131

Location: Preston Auditorium
Chair: Phillip Jeremy Hay, World Bank, United States of America

Invited Paper

Welcome Remarks
Asli Demirguc-Kunt
World Bank, United States of America
Invited Paper

Opening Remarks
Laura Tuck
Vice President for Sustainable Development, World Bank
Invited Paper

Urban (land) Policies for Growth and Shared Prosperity
Paul Romer
Professor of Economics, New York University

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Date: Tuesday, 15/Mar/2016
8:00am
12:00pm

Day 2: Innovation Fair

8:30am
10:00am

01-01: Land Policy
Development in
Francophone West
Africa

Location: MC Atrium
Half day presentation of new technologies and products

Location: Preston
Auditorium
Chair: Simeon Kacou
Ehui

01-02: Roundtable
01-03: Emerging
on Policy Processes Practice and
in India
Standards for
Location: MC 13-121
Community Land
Chair: Maninder Gill
Demarcation
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Rachael Knight

Land Leasing as
a Way to Improve
Land Use and
Support the
Individual Papers
Poor? The
Designing and
Essential Role of
Updating Land
Good Land
Policies: a Work-in- Records
Progress in
Tajamul Haque
Francophone
Council for Social
Africa
Development and
LANDESA, New
Delhi, India
Invited Paper
Invited Paper

Land Policy
Development in
Mali
Mohamed Aly Bathily
Ministère des
Domaines de l'Etat et
des Affaires Foncières
au Mali, Mali
Invited Paper

Land Policy
Development in
Cote d’Ivoire
Mamadou Sangafowa
Coulibaly
Ministry of Agriculture,
Côte d'Ivoire

01-05: Land Value
Capture and
Taxation

Location: MC 4-800
Chair: Kathryn
Elizabeth Mathias

Location: MC C2-131
Chair: Joan Youngman Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Vinodh
Jaichand

Invited Paper

Session with French
translation

Andre Teyssier
World Bank, United
States of America

01-04: Good
Examples of RAI
Implementation

Approaches for
Monitoring Land
Policies in Bihar
Babu Mishra
CIMP, India

Individual Papers
Individual Papers

Up-scaling
CBMIS: What
are the
Challenges and
How to Address
them
Tui Shortland1,
Sabine Pallas2,
Stefania
Battistelli3
1: Repo
Consultancy, New
Zealand; 2:
International Land
Coalition, Italy; 3:
Independent
Consultant
Individual Papers

Daniel Paez,
Andrea Gomez
Universidad de los
Andes, Colombia

Invited Paper

Individual Papers

Implementing the
Land Policy in
Burkina Faso

From Field
Notes to Policy
Notes: Lessons
Learned from
Participatory
Village
Boundary
Setting /
Resource
Mapping
(VBS/RM)
Activity in Rural
Indonesia

Moussa Ouedraogo
PRGLA/PNUD, Burkina
Faso
Invited Paper

Responsible
business? The
contribution of
foreign
land-based
agribusiness
investments to
local sustainable
development in
Africa

Rivo Andrianirina Ratsialonana
Land Observatory
Madagascar,
Madagascar
Invited Paper

Land Reform
Process in
Senegal: Issues,
Methodological
Approaches and
Perspectives
El Hadji Faye
Commission Nationale
de la Reforme
Fonciere, Senegal

Creating the first
Latin-American
Tax Increment
Financing (TIF)
Instrument
Angelica Nunez,
Jose Luis Acero
World Bank, United
States of America
Individual Papers

Bram van Helvoirt,
Guus van Westen,
Evans Kariuki
Utrecht University,
Netherlands, The

Urban Land
Management
Strategies and
Affordable
Housing: Zero
Carbon
Individual Papers
Development,
The Policy of the Tenure
Utilization of Idle Regularization
Lands as the
and Taxation,
Implementation Strategies for
of Responsible
Public Land,
Land
Valuation and
Governance in
Valuation
Indonesia
Capture
Ida Nurlinda
Padjadjaran
University,
Indonesia

Individual Papers

The Impact of
Larger-Scale
Agricultural
Investment on
Communities:
Further Voices
from the Field

01-08: Strategies
for Preventing
Fragmentation and
Promoting
Consolidation

Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Oumar Sylla

Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Christian
Graefen

Barthipan
Ganeshamoorthy1,
I.H.K Mahanama2
1: Ministry of Lands,
Sri Lanka; 2:
Ministry of Lands ,
Sri Lanka
Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Born Native,
Born Digital:
Using
Information and
Technology to
Support the
Effective
Participation of
Indigenous
Australians in
Land
Management
Decisions

Invited Paper

Do Tribals
Women Have
Land Rights? A
Study of Land
Rights of Tribal
Women of
Madhya
Pradesh, India

Fragmented
Nature of
African Cities

Ashok Kumar
Sircar, Sohini Paul
Azim Premji
University, India

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Strengthening
Arab women’s
Property Rights
and Access to
Land
Doaa El Sherif1,
Fatmaa Abdel
Khader2, Siraj
Sait3, Ombretta
Tempra4, Dina
Naguib1
1: Urban Training
Institute, Egypt; 2:
Dept of Cadastral
Survey and
Mapping, Govt of
Egypt; 3: University
of East London; 4:
UN-Habitat

Neeraj Baruah
The London School
of Economics and
Political Science

A Globally
Comparable
Definition of
Urban Areas
Chandan Deuskar,
Benjamin Stewart
World Bank, United
States of America
Invited Paper

Using Satellite
Imagery to
Explore
Granularity in
Cities
Sarah E. Antos,
Somik V. Lall,
Nancy Lozano
Gracia
World Bank, United
States of America
Invited Paper

Monitoring
urbanization in
Latin American
metropolitan
areas
Rainer Malmberg,
Elke Krätzschmar
IABG mbH,
Germany

Jill Urban-Karr
Trimble Navigation,
Ltd, United States of
America

Individual Papers

Small Farms and
Agricultural
productivity in
Nigeria:
Empirical
Analysis of the
Effects of land
tenure,
fragmentation
and property
rights.
Temidayo Apata,
Akintayo Sanusi,
Victor Olajorin
Federal University,
Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria,
Nigeria

CB02: Coffee Break

10:30am
12:00pm

02-01: Bridging the
Digital Divide:
Applying Lessons
from the 2016 WDR
for Land

01-10: Improving
the Availability of
Large Farm Data
from Various
Sources
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: David Bledsoe

Morten Hartvigsen
Food and
Agriculture
Organization of the
United Nations
(FAO), Hungary
Individual Papers

Strengthening
Municipal Land
Management in
Southeast Serbia
– Key Findings
for Implementing
Land
Consolidation at
a Bigger Scale
Michael Becker
GIZ - Deutsche
Gesellschaft fuer
Internationale
Zusammenarbeit,
Serbia

Individual Papers

Scaling Up
Land-based
Financing for
Sustainable and
Equitable Cities

Individual Papers

Agricultural
Land
Fragmentation
Problems In
Turkey

Lawrence
Walters1, Rebecca
Ochong2, Liz
Paterson2, Jean du
Plessis2
1: Brigham Young
University, United
States of America;
2: UN-Habitat

Does the Land
Administration
Domain Embrace
the Global
Transformative
Forces and are
Development
Cooperation
Projects Designed
Accordingly?
Fredrik Zetterquist1,
Kent Nilsson2
1: Swedesurvey,
Sweden; 2:
Lantmäteriet, Sweden
Individual Papers

Yasemin Sürmeli,
Gürsel Küsek,
Burak Keser
Ministry of Food,
Agriculture and
Livestock, General
Directorate of
Agrarian Reform,
Ankara, Turkey

Caroline Gikwa2,
Charles Mundia2,
Samuel Kibui2, Steve
Ochieng2, Bonface
Thaa2, Mary
Macharia1
1: National Land
Commission, Kenya;
2: Dedan Kimathi
University of
Technology
Individual Papers

STDM-Online, the
Social Tenure
Domain Model on
the Web
Arnulf Christl1,
Cyprian Selebalo2,
Danilo Antonio2,
John Gitau2
1: OSGeo /
Metaspatial; 2:
UN-Habitat/Global
Land Tool Network

Individual Papers

Transparency
and Ownership
Structure in
Agriholdings:
Evidence from
Ukraine
Taras Gagalyuk,
Alfons Balmann
Leibniz Institute of
Agricultural
Development in
Transition
Economies,
Germany
Individual Papers

Transformation
in Farm Size and
Farmland
Distribution:
What do we
Know and What
are We Missing
by Reliance on
Household
Survey Data?
Sarah Lowder,
Raffaele Bertini,
Panagiotis
Karfakis
FAO, Italy
Individual Papers

Transparency
and Reliability of
Tenure
Information for
Improved Land
Governance:
Assessing
Agribusiness
Dynamics in
Senegal Using
Multi-Source
Geodata
Jeremy Bourgoin1,
Elodie Valette2,
Simon Guillouet1
1: CIRAD/ISRA
Senegal; 2:
CIRAD/IFPRI
Washington

Individual Papers

Innovative land
practices in the
recognition of
customary land
rights: Case
studies of Rwanda
and Cameroon
Dieudonne Mouafo1,
Eugene Rurangwa2
1: UNECA, Ethiopia;
2: FAO Ethiopia
Individual Papers

Land Tenure
Security in
Amazon
Eduardo Aguilar de
Oliveira1, Thiago
Marra2, Kilder
Barbosa2
1: Ministry of Agrarian
Development,
MDA,Brazil; 2:
Institute of
Colonization and Land
Reform, INCRA, Brazil

Location: Front Lobby

Location: Preston
Auditorium
Chair: Phillip Jeremy Hay
Session with French
translation

02-02: Implementing
African Union
Declarations on
Land
Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Janet Edeme

02-03: Legal &
Conceptual
Aspects of
Community Land
Demarcation
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Jacob
Zevenbergen

Invited Paper

Overview of
Individual Papers
African Union
Policy on Land in Common
Invited Paper
benefits:
Support of
Harnessing
Bridging the Digital African
potential of the
Divide: Key
Sustainable

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Location: MC 5-100
Chair: Brent Jones

Improving the
State of Land
Administration in
Individual Papers
Developing
Land
consolidation in Countries: A Case
of LADM for
Central and
Eastern Europe - Kenya Opportunities and
Integration with
Challenges
local rural
David Kuria1,2,
development
Moses Ngigi2,
needs

Raelene Webb,
Pamela McGrath
National Native Title
Tribunal, Australia

10:00am
10:30am

01-09: Land
Information Systems
for the Continuum of
Rights

Individual Papers
Individual Papers

Leveraging Land
Administration
for Transparent,
Diversified and
William Speller1,
Predictable
Hafiz Mirza1, Axele Internally
Generated
Giroud1,
Jacqueline
Revenue (IGR)

Salguero
Huaman1,
Grahame Dixie2,
Asuka Okumura2
1: UNCTAD,
Muchammad Sigit Switzerland; 2:
Widodo1, Rubeta
World Bank,
1
Andriani , Akhmad Washington D.C.
Safik1, Martin
Hardiono2, Kevin
Barthel2
1: Millennium
Challenge Account
(MCA) - Indonesia,
Jakarta, Indonesia;
2: Millennium
Challenge
Corporation (MCC)

Expanding Land
Policy Reform in
Madagascar

01-07: Urbanization
Trends: New Ways
of Spatial Data
Acquisition and
Analysis

Individual Papers

Use of
Individual Papers
Advanced
Building on LGAF
Geospatial
and Doing
Technologies to
Business for
Improve Land
Developing a
Administration
Land Governance
on Indigenous
Monitoring
Communities
SystemKlaus Deininger
World Bank, United
States of America

01-06: How to
Enhance Women’s
Awareness of Their
Legal Rights?

02-04: How Can
Partners Support
Implementation of
the RAI?
Location: MC 4-800
Chair: Mathieu Boche

02-05: Principles of 02-06: Potential of
Property Valuation Interventions to
and Taxation
Enhance Women’s
Location: MC C2-131
Rights
Chair: Roland White

02-07:
Documenting and
Quantifying the
Impacts of Urban
Location: MC C1-100
Land Market
Chair: Victoria Stanley Failure in Africa
Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Somik V. Lall

Individual Papers
Individual Papers

Principles for
Responsible
Investment in
Agriculture and
Food Systems
(RAI):

The Three Key
Principles For
Mass Appraisal:
Data Quality,
Data Quality And
Data Quality

Individual Papers

The Gendered
Implications of
Land Tenure
Reform in
Morocco

Invited Paper

Building the
City: Sunk
Capital and
Sequencing

02-08: Rental
Markets I
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Tajamul Haque

02-09: Experience
with Land
Governance
Observatories
Location: MC 5-100
Chair: Jolyne Sanjak

Individual Papers

Inequalities in
Land ownership
affecting Youth
in Agriculture: A
study of Bolivia,
Brazil and
Liberia

02-10: Research on
Changing Land
Tenure Systems
and Effect on
Economies
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Alfons Balmann

Individual Papers

Stakes and
challenges in
shaping and
monitoring Land
reform Policy:
highlights from

Individual Papers

Liberal land
reforms in
transition: The
development of
Kazakhstan’s

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Zahid Hasnain
World Bank, United
States of America
Invited Paper

Partnership
Opportunities in
the Development of
E-systems of Land
Governance in
Kenya
Jacob Kaimenyi
Thuranira
Ministry of Land,
Housing and Urban
Development, Kenya
Invited Paper

Leveraging
e-Governance and
Private Sector
Expertise in the
Land Sector:
Malawi’s
Experience
Atupele Muluzi
Ministry of Lands,
Housing and Urban
Development, Malawi
Invited Paper

Leveraging
e-Governance and
Private Sector
Expertise in the
Land Sector:
Lithuania’s
Experience

Agenda, in the
context of
Agenda 2063

Dick1, Steven
Lawry2

Janet Edeme
African Union
1: IFPRI, United
Commission, Ethiopia States of America;
2: CIFOR, Bogor,
Indonesia
Invited Paper

Status of the First
Phase of the
Implementation of
the LPI Strategic
Plan and Way
Forward
Stephen Karingi
United Nations
Economic
Commission for
Africa (UNECA),
Ethiopia

Marcela Villarreal
Food and
Agriculture
Organization of the
United Nations
(FAO), Italy

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Customs and
Commonage in
the Balance:
Assessing the
survival and
maturation of
community
lands as a
modern
landholding
sector

Implication of
Increasing Land
Value on Land
Tenure Security:
Experiences
from Kalangala
Oil Palm
Growers Trust,
Uganda

Samuel Mabikke3,
Nelson
Basaalidde1,
Liz Alden Wily
Perspective of
independent, Kenya Connie Magomu
Masaba2, Danilo
Regional
Economic
Antonio3, Solomon
Individual Papers
3
Communities in
Social Mapping Mkumbwa ,
Enhancing
Richard Kabuleta2,
of Land Rights
Accountability in as a way of
John Gitau3,
Land Governance Securing Tenure Harold Liversage4
by Member States for Communities 1: Kalangala Oil
Tigistu
Palm Growers Trust
in Kenya: Law,
Gebremeskel
(KOPGT) Uganda;
Culture and
Ministry of
2: Vegetable Oil
Politics
Agriculture, Ethiopia,
Development
Patricia K. Mbote,
Ethiopia
Project (VODP)
Collins Odote
Uganda; 3:
University of
UN-Habitat/Global
Invited Paper
Nairobi, Kenya
Land Tool Network;
Land Policy
4: International
Development
Individual Papers
Fund for Agricultural
Process,
Development (IFAD)
Institutional
Invited Paper

Kęstutis
Challenges and
Sabaliauskas
State Enterprise Centre Way Forward
of Registers, Lithuania Mariamu Ali
El-Maawy
Ministry of land,
Invited Paper
Improving Registry Housing and Urban
Development, Kenya,
Performance by
Kenya

Drawing on Modern
Technology and
Invited Paper
the Private Sector
Perspectives
Ebal Diaz
from African
Presidential House,
Universities in the
Honduras
Implementation of
AU Declaration
Invited Paper
on Land :
The Modernization
Experience from
of Korea's Land
Bahir Dar
Administration for
University
Global-level
Achamyeleh Gashu
E-Governance
Youngpyo Kim
LX Korea Land and
Geospatial Informatix
Corporation, Korea,
Republic of (South
Korea)

inclusive growth principles into
action
Ruth Meinzen-

Models For A
Future
Recognition And
Registration Of
Customary
(Communal)
Tenure in
Myanmar
Kirsten Ewers
Andersen
Consultant to the
Land Core Group,
Myanmar

Adam
Bahir Dar University,
Ethiopia

Individual Papers

Responsible
governance of
tenure in
extraterritorial
investments
using the
Voluntary
Guidelines on
the Responsible
Governance of
Tenure of Land,
Fisheries and
Forests in the
Context of
National Food
Security: the
cases of China,
India and South
Africa

Marco Kuijper,
Ruud Kathmann
Netherlands Council
for Real Estate
Assessment,
Netherlands, The

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Stacy Wheeler ,
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David Balgley2
1: Fulbright,
Morocco; 2:
University of Puget
Sound

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Is The
Attribution Of
‘Value’ A
Pre-Cursor To
The
Establishment
Of Land &
Property Rights?

Mind the Policy
Vs Practice Gap:
Securing
women’s land
rights in the
formalization
process of
customary land
tenure.

James Kavanagh1,
Chris Barlow2,
Frances Plimmer1
1: RICS, United
Kingdom; 2:
Thomson Reuters,
USA
Individual Papers

In Search of a
Cost Effective
Way to Value
Land for
Property
Taxation
Risto Peltola
National Land
Survey, Finland
Individual Papers

Uniform
Property
Valuation and
Efficient Real
Property Tax
Collections as
Competitive
Fiscal
Advantages for
Urban Renewal

Frances Birungi
Uganda Community
Based Association
for Women and
Children's welfare (
UCOBAC), Uganda

Henderson, Tanner
Regan, Anthony
Venables
The London School
of Economics and
Political Science,
United Kingdom

Williams, Gipsy
Eliana Bocanegra
Ochoa
Texas Tech
University, United
States of America

Individual Papers
Invited Paper

Slumlords and
the Failure of
Land Markets in
Nairobi
Tanner Regan
The London School
of Economics and
Political Science

Property Rights
Insecurity, Land
Transaction
Restriction and
Welfare Loss: an
Empirical
Evidence from
Specialized
Farmers in China

Jianyun Hou1,2,
Xuexi Huo1
Retrofit or Plan
1: Northwest
Ahead: Evidence Agriculture &
from Tanzanian
Forestry University;
2: Michigan State
Cities
University
Individual Papers
Guy Michaels,
The Role of Land Tanner Regan,
Individual Papers
Dzhamilya
Certification in
Nigmatulina,
Land Markets
Securing
Neeraj Baruah,
and Women's
Women’s Land
Ferdinand Rauch
Land Access in
Rights in
The London School
Northwestern
Benishangul
of Economics and
Tanzania
Gumuz Region,
Political Science
Ayala Wineman,
Ethiopia: Does
Lenis Saweda
Legal Pluralism
Liverpool-Tasie
serve their
Michigan State
Benefits?
University, United
1
David Harris ,
States of America
Negasa Deressa2,
Bernd Eversmann2
Individual Papers
1: Orgut Sweden; 2:
Land Market
Niras Finland
Invited Paper

Land Observatory
experience.
Rivo Andrianirina Ratsialonana
Land Observatory
Madagascar,
Madagascar
Invited Paper

Piloting Land
governance
Monitoring in
Ethiopia
Gebeyehu Belay
BoEPLAU, Ethiopia
Invited Paper

Bringing Together
Land Data for
Interoperability
and Transparency
in Burkina Faso
Moussa Ouedraogo
PRGLA/PNUD,
Burkina Faso

Vasyl Kvartiuk,
Martin Petrick
Leibniz Institute of
Agricultural
Development in
Transition
Economies (IAMO),
Germany
Individual Papers

Land tenure and
technical
efficiency of rice
farms in
Thailand
Kolawole
Ogundari1, Titus
Awokuse2
1: University of
Delaware, United
States of America;
2: Michigan State
University, United
States of America
Invited Paper

Do Land Market
Restrictions
Hinder
Structural
Change in a
Rural Economy?
Evidence from
Sri Lanka
Forhad Shilpi, M.
Shahe Emran
World Bank, United
States of America
Individual Papers

Dynamics On An
Expanding
Frontier:
Investment In
Brazil

Understanding
grassland rental
Markets and
their
determinants-a
case of typical
pastoral areas in
Inner Mongolia,
P.R. China

Vitor Bukvar
Fernandes1,
Bastiaan Philip
Reydon1,
Guilherme Berse
Rodrigues
Lambais2, Luiz
Antonio Besson
Vezzaro Izidoro1
1: Department of
Economics,
University of
Campinas, Brazil; 2:
Department of
Economics,
University of
Brasília, Brazil

Jephte Munez
University of the
Philippines,
Philippines

markets

Shuhao Tan
Renmin University
of China, China,
People's Republic
of

Louisa Jansen,
Andrew Hilton
FAO, Italy

Invited Paper

Responsible Land
Governance and
Sustainable Value
Chains:
Opportunities of
the Internet
Virgilio delos Reyes
Republic of the
Philippines Department
of Agrarian Reform,
Philippines
12:00pm
1:00pm

L01: Lunch

SDE-01: Caucus on Women and Land

Location: Front Lobby

Location: MC C1-100

1:00pm
2:30pm

03-01: New Ways of
03-02: Spatial
Generating and Using Development of
Spatial Data
African Cities
Location: Preston
Auditorium
Chair: Hussein Farah

Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Roland White

03-03: Practical
Experiences with
Community Land
Demarcation I
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Raelene Webb

Invited Paper
Individual Papers

Spatial
TransparentForests Development of
African Cities
Francesco Holecz1,
Charles Eyre2,
Timothy Synnott3,
Peter Wells4, Steve
Keyworth5, Pasi
Miettinen6
1: sarmap; 2: Eyre
Consulting; 3: FSC
consultant; 4: Lutra
Consulting; 5:
Environment Systems;
6: FSC

4 of 20

Somik V. Lall
World Bank, United
States of America
Invited Paper

Discussion
contribution
Robert LewisLettington, Oumar
Sylla
UN-HABITAT

Invited Paper

Invited Paper

Developing Soil,
Crop, and
Landscape
Information
Systems for Africa
and South Asia

Discussion
contribution

Christian Witt
Bill & Melinda Gates

Invited Paper

Issa Faye
African Development
Bank, Tunisia

Individual Papers

From
Compliance with
Environmental
Legislation to
Recognition of
Land Rights: a
Solution to the
Predicament of
Brazil’s
Traditional
Peoples and
Communities?

03-04: Global
Support to VGGT
Implementation
Location: MC 4-800
Chair: Ruth Hall

03-05:
Strengthening
Valuation
Technology and
Mass Valuation

Individual Papers

Location: MC C2-131
Chair: James
Kavanagh

FAO’s global
implementation
programme on
the Voluntary
Guidelines on
the Responsible
Governance of
Tenure of Land,
Fisheries and
Forests in the
Context of
National Food
Security:
progress,
challenges and
outlook

Taiguara Raiol
Alencar1, Elisa de
Siqueira1, Marcia
Nogueira
Franceschini2,
Allan Milhomens2
1: GIZ, Brazil; 2:
Ministry of
Environment, Brazil

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

The Voluntary
Guidelines on

Paul Munro-Faure,
Andrew Hilton,
Louisa Jansen
FAO, Italy

Individual Papers

Exploring the
Benefits of
Technology to
Government and
Society: A Case
Example From
The Valuation
Office, Cape
Town, South
Africa
Trevor Davies
KPMG, United
States of America
Individual Papers

How modern
technologies
used in the mass
valuation may
serve the
strengthening of

03-06: Policy
Examples for
Implementing
Women’s Rights

03-07: Research on
Land Policies and
Structural
Transformation I

Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Tim Hanstad

Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Bekele Shiferaw

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Improving
Women's Land
Rights and
Access to Credit
in a Patriarchy:
Evidence from
North-East
Ghana

Competing
claims or land
use transition?
A temporal
analysis of land
use change in
southeastern
Morocco and the
implications for
tenure policy

03-08: Rental
Markets II
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Jean-Philippe
Colin

03-09: Water Data
Standards: Benefits
and Lessons for
Land

03-10: Models of
Large Scale
Investment I

Location: MC 5-100
Chair: Mark Reichardt

Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Elisabeth B.
Zoomers

Invited Paper

Individual Papers

Why It Matters to
Have International
Water Data
Standards, and
How They Are
Being Used

Community
Benefit in Large
Scale Land
Investments:
Where is the
Optimal Policy
Balance?

Individual Papers

John Tiah Bugri,
Eric Yeboah
KNUST, Ghana
Individual Papers

Social and
Gender
Mainstreaming
in Cabo Verde
Carlos Varela,
Claudia Rodrigues
Millennium
Challenge Account Cabo Verde II, Cape
Verde

Karen Rignall1,
Yoko Kusunose2
1: University of
Kentucky, United
States of America;
2: University of
Kentucky, United
States of America
Individual Papers

Smallholder
Participation In
Land Rental

Transactions
Costs in Land
Rental Markets
and Their Impact
on Youth Access
to Agriculture.
Jacob RickerGilbert1, Jordan
Chamberlin2
1: Purdue University,
United States of
America; 2:
CIMMYT, Ethiopia
Individual Papers

Do Profitable
Farmers Acquire
More Land? An
Analysis of
Dynamics of
Profit Growth
and Land
Accumulation
Xin Li

David K Arctur1,2,
David R Maidment1
1: University of Texas
at Austin, United
States of America; 2:
Open Geospatial
Consortium (OGC)

Robert Kibugi1,
Mwenda
Makathimo2,
Mwathane
Ibrahim3
1: University of
Nairobi, Kenya; 2:
Land Development
Invited Paper
Forecast Flow and and Governance
Institute, Kenya; 3:
Flood Inundation
Land Development
at Regional Scales and Governance
using GloballyInstitute, Kenya

Available Datasets
Michael Follum
USACE-ERDC-CHL,
United States of

Individual Papers

A Bottom-up

03/15/2016 04:41 PM

Annual World BankFoundation,
Conference
on Land
and Pove...
United
Discussion
TLTB: Strategies
the Responsible
States of America

Individual Papers

Plotting
Productivity: Soil
use Management
Plans in Uruguay
Raquel Orejas
Tagarro1, Katie
Kennedy Freeman1,
Mariana Hill2
1: The World Bank,
United States of
America; 2: Ministry of
Agriculture Uruguay

contribution
Steve KayizziMugerwa
Zziyika and
Associates and
Institute for African
Development, Cornell
University, United
States of America

for expanding
coverage,
reliability,
transparency
and
sustainability of
Land
administratio
services
delivery
Solomone
Viticauravou Nata
iTaukei Land Trust
Board, Fiji Islands

Governance of
Tenure of Land,
Fisheries and
Forests in the
Context of
National Food
Security: First
Lessons on
Implementation
through the EU
Land
Governance
Program in
Africa

Wordsworth
Odame Larbi,
Woreda (District) Andrew Hilton,
Eugene Rurangwa
Participatory
FAO, Ethiopia
Land Use

Individual Papers
Invited Paper

Experience with
Using Geospatial
Data for Monitoring
Forest Change and
Compliance with
Zero Deforestation

Planning in
Pastoral Areas
of Ethiopia:
development,
piloting and
opportunities for
scaling up.

Peter Veit
World Resources
Institute, United States
of America

Tigistu
GebreMeskel1,
Fiona Flintan2,
Ulrich Bormann3,
Akloweg Nigatu4
1: Rural Land
Administration and
Use Directorate,
Ministry of
Agriculture,
Ethiopia; 2: ILRI
(International
Livestock Research
Institute) & ILC
(International Land
Coalition); 3: GIZ,
Ethiopia; 4:
previously Oxfam,
now FAO, Ethiopia

Individual Papers

Tools for
assessing
national
legislation
against the
VGGT:
experience from
Sierra Leone
and other
countries
Margret Vidar
FAO, Italy
Individual Papers

self-governance
(Lithuanian
experience)
Arvydas
Bagdonavičius,
Albina Aleksienė,
Kęstutis
Sabaliauskas,
Aidas Petrošius
State Enterprise
Centre of Registers,
Lithuania
Individual Papers

https://www.conftool.com/landandpoverty2016/in...
University of Illinois
America
Market In A
Participatory
Individual Papers

Gender and
Kyrgyz
Community
Pasture
Management: A
case study
Elisa Scalise, Asyl
Undeland
Resource Equity,
United States of
America

Land
Administration
and Valuation
Information
Management
System
(LAVIMS) – Five
Years of
Operations in
Mauritius

at Urbanamountainous
Champaign, United Invited Paper
Region Of
Southern China: States of America
WHOS: Building a
Impact Of
Global Water Data
Individual Papers
Population
Network
Land Access,
Aging, Land
Silvano Pecora
Tenure Security Land Rental
ARPA SIMC - AREA
Markets and
And Ethnicity
IDROLOGIA, Italy
Rural Poverty
Hermann Waibel1,
Dynamics in
Shi Min1, Jikun
Tigray Region of
Huang2
Ethiopia: Panel
1: University of
Data evidence
Hannover,
using Survival
Germany; 2:
Models
Chinese Center of
Agricultural Policy,
Beijing, China

Invited Paper

Engagement
Dynamics in
Large Scale
Investments in
Farmland and
Implications for
Smallholder
Farmers –
Evidence from
Zambia

Graham Deane1,
Tim Pattison1,
Navinchandra
Luchoo2
1: Airbus Defence
and Space, United
Kingdom; 2: Ministry
of Housing and
Lands, Republic of
Mauritius

Rudo Makunike,
Johann Kirsten
University of
Pretoria, South
Africa

Individual Papers

Effective and
Achieving De
sustainable
Facto Equality in systems for
Land Ownership valuing property
and Control:
for taxation: A
Scaling Up
comparative
Special
analysis
Measures for
Richard Almy
GenderAlmy, Gloudemans,
Sensitive Legal
Jacobs & Denne,
Frameworks
United States of
Naomi Kenney
America
Food and
Agriculture of the
United Nations, Italy

Hosaena Ghebru1,
Stein Holden2
1: International Food
Policy Research
Institute, United
States of America;
2: Center of Land
Tenure Studies,
Norway

Simulation
Process To
Devise Land
Rules and
Policies
D'aquino Patrick.
Christian1, Bah
Alpha2,
Richebourg
Camille1,3,
Bourgoin Jérély1
1: CIRAD,
Montpellier, France;
2: Gaston Berger
University, Saint
Louis, Senegal; 3:
Ecole des Hautes
Etudes en Sciences
Sociales (EHESS),
Paris, France
Individual Papers

Towards
inclusive and
sustainable
intensification of
agriculture in
Senegal River
Valley

Individual Papers

Estimating the
Factors Driving
Farm Land
Rental Prices in
sub-Saharan
Africa: Evidence
from Malawi

Adamczewski
Amandine1,
Bourgoin Jeremy2,
Mbaye Diop Ndeye
Coura3, Alpha Ba4,
Djibril Diop5,
Jamin Jean-Yves6
1: CIRAD, UGB,
Saint-Louis; 2:
CIRAD, ISRA BAM,
Dakar; 3: PDIDAS,
Saint-louis; 4: UGB,
Saint-louis; 5: UGB,
Saint-louis; 6:
CIRAD, France

Jacob RickerGilbert1, Jordan
Chamberlin2,
Nicole Mason3
1: Purdue University,
United States of
America; 2:
International Maize
& Wheat
Improvement
Center, Addis
Ababa, Ethiopia; 3:
Michigan State
University, United
States of America

Individual Papers

”Land grabs”
and contract
farming: A
win-win
situation?
Kerstin Nolte,
Gobien Simone
GIGA German
Institute of Global
and Area Studies,
Germany

2:30pm
2:45pm

CB03: Coffee Break

2:45pm
4:15pm

04-01: Strengthening
Capacity for
Implementing Land
Policies in Africa

Location: Front Lobby

Location: Preston
Auditorium
Chair: Stephen Karingi

04-02: Capacity and
Connectivity: A New
Approach for
Strengthening Land
Governance
Initiatives in the
Arab World

04-03: Practical
Experiences with
Community Land
Demarcation II

Location: MC 2-800
Location: MC 4-800
Chair: Elizabeth Alden Chair: Jorge Munoz
Wily

Location: MC 13-121
Chair: Wael Zakout

Invited Paper

Opening Remarks

Joan Kagwanja
UNECA, Ethiopia
Invited Paper

Willi Zimmermann
Consultant, Germany

Invited Paper

Addressing
Capacity and
Accountability
Gaps

Addressing Policy
& Main Capacity
Gaps into Country
Strategies
Klaus Deininger
World Bank, United
States of America
Individual Papers

Strengthening
capacities for land
governance in
Africa: The
Network of
Excellence on Land
Governance in
Africa (“NELGA”)
Marc Hermann
Andreas Nolting1,
Judy Wambui
Kariuki2, Joan
Kagwanja2, Klaus W.
Deininger3
1: Deutsche
Gesellschaft fuer
internationale
Zusammenarbeit GIZ,
Ethiopia; 2: African
Land Policy Initiative,
LPI, Ethiopia; 3: The
World Bank

Invited Paper

Land Policy in
Morocco
Mohamed
Hammoumi
Government of
Morocco, Morocco
Invited Paper

Land Policy in
Tunisia
Mohamed Salah
Arfaoui
Ministry of
Equipment, Housing
and Spatial Planning,
Tunisia
Invited Paper

Discussant
Georges Maarrawi
Ministry of Finance,
Lebanon (Lebanese
Republic)

04-05: Comparing
Valuation and
Taxation in Africa,
Europe and Central
Asia

04-06: Contribution
of Land Rights to
Female
Empowerment

04-07: Research on
Land Policies and
Structural
Transformation II

Location: MC C2-131
Chair: Riel Franzsen

Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Sandra
Joireman

Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Willis OluochKosura

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Property
Valuation
Challenges in
Africa: The Case
of Selected
African
Countries

Access to Land
and Youth
Employment
Decisions:
Evidence from a
Natural
Experiment in
Ethiopia

Intra-Household
Allocation And
Gender
Distribution Of
Land
Ownership:
Findings From A
Large Survey In
Rural Uganda

José Monteiro,
Emidio Oliveira,
Joaquim Langa,
Amílcar Benate
Community Land
initiative (iTC),
Mozambique
Individual Papers

Quo Vadis
VGGT? Learning
From The
Implementation
Experiences Of
Other Human
Rights-Based
Approaches And
Instruments
Jes Weigelt,
Charlotte Beckh,
Elisa Gärtner
IASS, Institute for
Advanced
Sustainability
Studies, Germany
Individual Papers

Land in German
Development
Cooperation:
Guiding
Principles,
Challenges and
Prospects for
the Future

Lessons
Learned from
CSO-led
Systematic
Registration of
Customary Land
Jorge Espinoza1,
in Zambia
2
Noreen Miti2,
Christopher
Mulenga1,
Matthew
Sommerville1
1: Tetra Tech,
USAID Tenure and
Global Climate
Change Project,
Zambia; 2: Chipata
District Land
Alliance
Individual Papers

Enhancing
Tenure Security
for Customary
Lands and
Natural

Michael Kirk ,
Christian
Graefen1, Florian
Nitzinger1
1: GIZ, Germany; 2:
Philipps-Universität
Marburg, Germany

Individual Papers

The Voluntary
Guidelines On
Governance Of
Land Tenure and
Implementation
At The Local
Level In
Guatemala.
Laura Hurtado2,
Geisselle Vanessa

04-08: Models of
Large Scale
Investment II
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Frits Van Der
Wal

04-09: Consultation
on OGC Land
Administration
Charter
Location: MC 5-100
Chair: Mark Reichardt

Individual Papers

Individual Papers
Individual Papers

Enhancing
security of
Community land
Invited Paper
rights and
management:
Capacity and
opportunities
Connectivity: A
New Approach for and challenges
for the
Strengthening
Land Governance Mozambican
Land
Initiatives in the
administration
Arab Region

Thomas Silberhorn
BMZ, Germany

5 of 20

Session with French
translation

04-04: Partner
perspectives on
VGGT
Implementation

Maxwell Mutema
Independent
Consultant,
Zimbabwe
Individual Papers

Sales Price
Register as
basic and first
step on the way
to
comprehensive
Mass Valuation
System in
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Jelena Zelić
CILAP Project - BIH,
Bosnia and
Herzegovina, The
Swedish
International
Development
Cooperation
Agency, Sida
Individual Papers

Real estate
valuation in
Turkey: Future
directions
Mehmet Cete
Izmir Katip Celebi
University, Turkey
Individual Papers

Hosaena Hagos,
Brian Holtemeyer,
Katrina Kosec,
Valerie Mueller,
Emily Schmidt
International Food
Policy Research
Institute, United
States of America
Individual Papers

Land Rights
from a Gender
Perspective
Sithy Riyasa
Mohamed Naufel,
Mahanama {Ph.D}
I.H.K
Ministry of Land, Sri
Lanka
Individual Papers

Forest
governance and
dynamics of
gender in
customary
institutions:
synergies
between
community
forest
management
and REDD+ in
the DRC

Kristina Van
Property Tax
1,2,3, Jolly
Reform in Africa: Dexter

Ludovica
Cherchi1, Richard
Oput2, Markus
Goldstein1, James
Habyarimana3,
Joao Montalvao1,
Michael
O’Sullivan1,
Christopher Udry4
1: The World Bank;
2: Ministry of Land,
Housing, Urban
Development,
Uganda; 3:
Georgetown
University, United
States of America;
4: Yale University,
United States of
America
Individual Papers

Perceptions: A
Tangible
Ingredient In
Farmers’ Tenure
Security
Rikke Brandt
Broegaard1, Helle
Munk Ravnborg2,
Rachel Spichiger2
1: Department of
Geoscience and
Natural Resource
Management,
University of
Copenhagen,

The political
economy of
natural resource
investments in
sub-Saharan
Africa: Land and
petroleum sector
rights in
Tanzania
Rasmus
Hundsbæk
Pedersen
DIIS, Denmark
Individual Papers

Spatialized
Production
Models For
Sustainable
Palm Oil in
Central Africa:
Choices And
Potentials
Laurene
Feintrenie1,
Laurent Gazull1,
Robin Goulaouic2,
Ludovic Miaro III3
1: CIRAD, UR
B&SEF, Montpellier,
France; 2:
Independent GIS
specialist, Nantes,
France; 3: WWF
Regional Office for
Africa, Yaoundé,
Cameroon
Individual Papers

Can International
Investment
Treaties Affect
Local Land
Rights?
Lorenzo Cotula,
Thierry Berger

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Annual World BankInvited
Conference
on Land
and
Pove...
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Resources
in
Sanchez , Douglas
2

Building
Geospatial
Capacity in Africa:
The Contribution of
RCMRD

Karamoja
Region through
Participatory
Community
Mapping

Hertzler1
1: ActionAid USA; 2:
ActionAid
Guatemala

Hussein Farah
RCMRD

Emmanuel Adiba1,
Samuel Mabikke2,
Lowie Rosales1,2,
Antonio Danilo2,2,
Edmond Malilo
Owor1, Ronald
Mwandeje3, John
Mwebe4
1: Uganda Land
Alliance, Uganda; 2:
UN-Habitat/Global
Land Tool Network;
3: Arrow Research
World; 4:
International
Accountability
Project

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Developing
Capacity
Assessment Tool
for Land Policy
Implementation:
Experience from
Kenya,
Mozambique And
Uganda
Walter Timo de
Vries1, Liza
Groenendijk2, Moses
Muzinguzi3, Cyprian
Selebalo4
1: Technical University
Munich, Germany; 2:
University of Twente; 3:
Makerere University; 4:
UN-Habitat

Individual Papers

Enhancing
Property Rights
Through Land
Tenure
Regularisation
In Botswana

Invited Paper

Implementation
of Responsible
Land
Governance: A
Land
Information
System for
Sustainable
Development in
Turkana County

Challenges and
Potential
William Mccluskey,
Riel Franzsen
African Tax Institute,
University of
Pretoria, South
Africa

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Denmark; 2: Danish IIED, United
Sassa-Kuika ,
1

Ingrid VisserenHamakers2,3
1: World Wildlife
Fund, United States
of America; 2:
George Mason
University; 3:
Wageningen
University

Institute for
International
Studies,
Copenhagen

Individual Papers

Local Land
Institutions and
Rural Land
Markets
Greenwell
Matchaya
IWMI, South Africa
Individual Papers

Adaptive
Investment in
Coping with
Climate Change
in China: Do
Land Property
Rights Matter?

Francisco
Carranza1,
Solomon
Mkumbwa2,
Cyprian Selebalo2,
John Gitau2
1: FAO, Kenya; 2:
Global Land Tool
Network at
UN-Habitat

Kingdom

Invited Paper

Crafting
Regulation to
Support
Sustainable
Partnerships
Between
Smallholders
and
Agro-enterprises
Virgilio delos
Reyes1, Jane Lynn
Capacio2
1: Republic of the
Philippines
Department of
Agrarian Reform,
Philippines; 2: Land
Bank of the
Philippines

Yangjie Wang
Central South
University, China,
People's Republic
of

Patrick Otlaadisa
Malope, Molefe
Phirinyane
Botswana Institute
for Development
Policy Analysis,
Botswana

Perspective of a
Research Institute
Gunnar Kohlin
University of
Gothenburg, Sweden
Invited Paper

The Role of
University
Networks in
Implementing the
AU Agenda on
Land: EALAN
Achamyeleh Gashu
Adam
Bahir Dar University,
Ethiopia
4:15pm
4:30pm

CB04: Coffee Break

4:30pm
6:00pm

05-01: Planning for
Urban Expansion

Location: Front Lobby

Location: Preston
Auditorium
Chair: Anna Wellenstein

05-02: Roundtable
05-03: Roundtable
on the Status of
on Land Use
Land Policy in Africa Planning & Links
Location: MC 13-121
to Community
Chair: Phillip Jeremy
Land Demarcation
Hay

Individual Papers

Planning and
ManagingUrban
Growth in South
Asia
Jon Kher Kaw, Mark
Roberts
The World Bank
Individual Papers

State Led
Innovative
Mechanisms to
Access Serviced
Land in India
Rejeet Mathews1,
Madhav Pai1, Tintu
Sebastian2,
Souhardhya
Chakraborty2
1: World Resources
Institute, India; 2:
Independent Urbanist
Individual Papers

Institutional
Challenges in
Promoting Green
Urban
Development in
Sub-Sahara Africa
Chyi-Yun Huang
World Bank, United
States of America

Session with French
translation

Location: MC 4-800
Chair: Virgilio delos
Reyes

05-05: Roundtable
on Lessons
Learned in Property
Valuation and
Taxation in Europe
and Central Asia
Location: MC C2-131
Chair: Mika-Petteri
Törhönen

Individual Papers
Invited Paper

Strengthening
Land Governance
in Africa at all
Levels: The
Contribution of
the AU

Individual Papers

Enhancing
Tenure Security
For
Communities In
Wreas
Designated For
Agricultural
Purposes

Janet Edeme
African Union
Commission, Ethiopia Alfred Mwala
Sikopo, Jericko
Mulofwa, Wiinno
Invited Paper
Mwililma
Integrating Land
Ministry of Land
Policy into
Reform, Namibia

Countries'
Strategies and
Investment Plans:
NEPAD Role and
Partnership
Opportunities

Individual Papers

Application of
Geomatics for
Mapping Land
and Natural
Hamady Diop
Resource Use
NEPAD, South Africa and Rights: A
Case Study of
Invited Paper
IFAD
Improving Land
Programmes in
Data and Systems East and
as the Basis for
Southern Africa
Good Land
John Kahiu1,
Governance:
Danilo Antonio1,
Lessons from
Steven
Uganda
Jonckheere2,
Daudi Migereko
Ministry of Lands,

Planning for Urban Housing and Urban
Development,
Expansion in
Africa: Experience Uganda
from Ethiopia and
Invited Paper
Other Countries
Patrick Lamson-Hall, Sierra Leone's
Land Policy
Shlomo Angel, Dave
Development:
de Groot
Accomplishments
Ethiopia Urban
Expansion Initiative,
and Next Steps

Solomon
Mkumbwa1,
Solomon Njogu3,
Harold Liversage2
1:
UN-Habitat/Global
Land Tool Network;
2: International
Fund for Agricultural
Development; 3:
Technical University
of Munich

United States of
America

Individual Papers

Invited Paper

Nancy Kadiatu Sia
Tengbeh
Ministry of Lands,
Country Planning and
the Environment,
Sierra Leone
Invited Paper

Strengthening
Government's

6 of 20

Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Margaret
Rugadya

05-04: Roundtable:
VGGT
Implementation at
the Local Level

Improving
Security of
Rights to
Resources
through
Participatory
Rangeland
Management in

Inclusive land
allocation in
Mauritania: A
success story of
"Land Tenure
Consensus
Agreement" in
Maghama
Mamadou Baro
University of
Arizona, United
States of America
Individual Papers

Drivers of
Sustainable
Land
Management in
Eastern Africa

Individual Papers

Achieving
Successful
Implementation
of Value-based
Property Tax
Reforms in the
ECA Region
Richard John
Grover1,
Mika-Petteri
Törhönen2, Paul
Munro-Faure3,
Aanchal Anand2
1: Oxford Brookes
University, United
Kingdom; 2: World
Bank; 3: FAO

Oliver Kirui
Individual Papers
Center for
Property Sales
Development
Research, Germany Register as a
Individual Papers

Effective Land
Adminstration
Services
Delivery in
Nigeria: a
Pre-requisite to
Economic
Development

05-06: Challenges
of Implementing
Gender-Friendly
Inheritance
Regulations
Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Sarah Iqbal

Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Jacob RickerGilbert

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

The Nature Of
Property Rights
In Haiti: Mode Of
Land
Acquisition,
Gender, And
Investment

Why are Indian
firms five times
less productive
than American
ones? One
reason is land.

Invited Paper

Experiences of
the International
Association of
Assessing
Officers (IAAO)
in ECA
Ronald Worth,

05-08: Challenges
of Land Use and
Forest Tenure
Reform

05-09: Models of
Large Scale
Investment III

Location: MC 5-100
Chair: Derek Byerlee
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Camilla Toulmin

Individual Papers
Individual Papers

B. James Deaton,
Liam Kelley, J.
Atsu Amegashie
University of
Guelph, Canada
Individual Papers

Equal
inheritance as
intended by
HSAA and the
realities of its
implementation:
exploring the
tradeoff between
inheritance and
dowry

Tool to Improve
the Quality of
Udita Chatterjee
Valuation and
Landesa, India
Market Analysis.
Lessons
Individual Papers
Learned from
“Improving Land
Selected
Rights For
Countries
Women In
Aivar Tomson
Rwanda: Blind
DTZ, Estonia
Trust In The
Magic Of Formal
Invited Paper
Marriage?”
Public
Katrijn Vanhees
Awareness
Human Rights
Challenges of
Centre (Ghent
University), Belgium
Valuation and
Taxation

Austen Okumo2,
Hosaena Ghebru1
1: International
Food Policy
Research Institute,
United States of
America; 2:
Hohenheim
Joan Youngman
University, Germany
Lincoln Institute of
Land Policy, United
States of America

05-07: Research on
Land Policies and
Structural
Transformation III

Ejaz Ghani
World Bank, United
States of America

Ethiopia's Land
Use And Forest
Management
From The Sight
Of Land
Governance
Zerfu Hailu
Gebrewold
NIRAS, Ethiopia
Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Urbanization
and Property
Rights
Yongyang Cai1,
Harris Selod2,
Jevgenijs
Steinbuks2
1: Stanford
University,
University of
Chicago; 2: The
World Bank
Invited Paper

Can Land
Regularization
Prompt
Structural
Change?
Evidence from
Rwanda
Daniel Ayalew Ali
World Bank, United
States of America
Individual Papers

Move Up or
Move Out: Land
Rights,
Agricultural
Transformation
and the Fate of
Rural Youth:
Panel Data
Evidence from
Ethiopia
Hosaena Ghebru,
Alemayehu
Seyoum Tafesse,
Bethelhem Koru
International Food
Policy Research
Institute, United

Enhancing
tenure security
for local
development
through legal
recognition and
scaling up of
participatory
mapping of
community
forests under
customary lands
in Mangochi
District in Malawi

Land and
Agricultural
Commercialisation
in Africa: What
Difference Does
the Model Make?
Ruth Hall1, Ian
Scoones2, Dzodzi
Tsikata3
1: University of the
Western Cape, South
Africa; 2: University of
Sussex, UK; 3:
University of Ghana
Individual Papers

Land and
Agricultural
Commercialisation
in Kenya:
Evidence from
Three Models

Abdirizak Nunow1,
Cyriaque
Hakizimana5, Paul
Goldsmith3, Jane
Solomon
Biashara4, Adano
Mkumbwa1, Chris
Roba2
Dhose2, Arthur
1: Moi University,
Stevens3, Harold
Kenya; 2: National
Treasury, Kenya; 3:
Liversage4,
Clement Chilima5, Coast University,
Kenya; 4:
Samuel Mabikke1,
Technoserve, Kenya;
Hellen Nyamweru1,
5: Institute for Poverty,
Marie Providence
Land and Agrarian
Mugangu1,
Studies
Chikosa Silungwe1
1: GLTN/UNIndividual Papers
HABITAT, Kenya; 2:
Land and
TreeCrops Ltd,
Agricultural
Malawi; 3:
Commercialisation
PhytoTrade Africa,
in Ghana:
Malawi; 4: IFAD,
Emerging
Rome; 5:
Department of
Employment and
Forestry, Malawi
Labour Relations
Individual Papers

Reform of
State-Owned
Forest
Enterprises and
Ethnic Land
Tenure Security
in Vietnam

Joseph Teye, Joseph
Yaro, Gertrude
Torvikey
University of Ghana,
Ghana
Individual Papers

Land and
Agricultural

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Address Land
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Tanzania's
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Moses Kusiluka
Mpogole
Ministry of Lands,
Housing and Human
Settlement
Development,
Tanzania

Sisay Awgichew1,
Fiona Flintan2,
Solomon Bekure3
1: CARE Ethiopia,
USAID-PRIME
project; 2: ILRI
(International
Livestock Research
Institute) & ILC
(International Land
Coalition); 3:
Tetratech,
USAID-LAND
project
Invited Paper

Communal Land
Use
Management In
Bir Temicha
Watershed,
EthiopiaI
Tenaw Hailu
Tedela
GiZ_ AU, Ethiopia

7 of 20

Larry Clark
International
Association of
Assessing Officers,
United States of
America
Invited Paper

Discussant
Larry Clark
International
Association of
Assessng Officers,
United States of
America

https://www.conftool.com/landandpoverty2016/in...
States of America
Andrew WellsCommercialisation
Dang1, Quang Tu
Pham1, Van Hong
Ngo2
1: Oxfam, Vietnam;
2: Center for
Indigenous
Knowledge
Research and
Development,
Vietnam

Individual Papers

in Zambia:
Evidence from
Three Models
Chrispin Matenga1,
Munguzwe
Hichaambwa2
1: University of
Zambia, Zambia; 2:
Indaba Agricultural
Policy Research
Institute / University of
Michigan

Informing Future
Engagement For
Scaling Up
Sustainable
Land
Management In
Sub-Saharan
Africa: Lessons
From The
Strategic
Investment
Programme
Anne Woodfine4,
Domitille Vallee2,
Bunning Sally2,
Jean-Marc
Sinnassamy3,
Mohammed
Bakarr3, Philippe
Dardel1, Gayatri
Kanungo1, Paola
Agostini1, Lovei
Magda1
1: World Bank,
United States of
America; 2: FAO; 3:
GEF; 4: Consultant

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8:30am
10:00am

06-01: Community
Land Rights and
Forests in Latin
America: Lessons
Learned
Location: Preston
Auditorium
Chair: J. Humberto
Lopez
Session with Spanish
translation

06-02: Role of Land
Policy in Agricultural
Transformation and
Inclusive Economic
Growth: Implications
for Africa
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Michael Kirk

Individual Papers

Africa’s Changing
Farmland
Invited Paper
Ownership: The
Experience with Rise of the
Titling of
Emergent Investor
Indigenous
Farmer
Peoples’ Lands Thomas Jayne1,
in Nicaragua
Jordan Chamberlin1,
Hernan Estrada
Republic of
Nicaragua

Invited Paper

Recognition of
Indigenous
Peoples Land
Rights in
Honduras
Roman Alvarez
Land
Administration
Project, Honduras
Invited Paper

Titling of Native
Amazon
Communities
Territories in
Peru
Eduardo Nayap
Kinin
Peru
Invited Paper

Lulama Traub2,
Nicholas Sitko1, Milu
Muyanga1, Felix

06-03: Roundtable on 06-04: Benefits of
Land Valuation
Interoperability for
Experiences
Governments and
Location: MC 4-800
Citizens
Chair: James Kavanagh

Invited Paper

Top 5
Recommendations
for Jump-starting
Valuation
Doug Bennett
Thomson Reuters, Invited Paper

Realities of
Valuation in an
Informal Context
Danilo Antonio,
Qhobela Cyprian
Selebalo
UN-Habitat/Global
Land Tool Network

Yeboah1, Chewe
Nkonde1, Ward
Anseeuw3, Antony
Invited Paper
Chapoto4, Richard
Institutionalizing
Kachule5
the Valuation
1: Michigan State
University, United States Profession
of America; 2:
Ronald Worth, Larry
Stellenbosch University, Clark
South Africa; 3:
International
University of Pretoria,
Association of
South Africa; 4: Indaba
Assessing Officers,
Agricultural Policy
United States of
Research Institute
America
(IAPRI), Zambia; 5:
Lilongwe University of
Invited Paper
Agriculture and Natural
Discussant
Resources, Malawi
Larry Clark
International
Invited Paper
Association of
Is small still
Assessng Officers,
beautiful? The farm United States of
size-productivity
America

relationship
Experience in
revisited
Titling the
Milu Muyanga, Thomas
Rights of
Jayne
Andean
Michigan State
(campesino)
University, United States
and Amazon
of America
(native)
Communities in Invited Paper
Peru
The Role of Land
Aida Maria
Policy in
Amezaga
Agricultural
Menendez
Transformation and
Ministry of
Inclusive Economic
Agriculture, Peru
Growth:
Implications for
Invited Paper
Africa
Discussant
Luis Felipe
Duchicela
World Bank, United
States of America

Location: MC C2-131
Chair: Luis Bermudez

Individual Papers

06-05: Communal 06-06: Research on
Rights and Gender Impacts of Securing
Location: MC C1-100
Community Tenure
Chair: Jennifer
Duncan

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Tribal Women’s
Land Rights In
India, A Review
Of Customary
Practices From
The Lens Of
Gender

The Economic Costs
and Benefits of
Securing Community
Forest Tenure:
Evidence from Brazil
and Guatemala

Maximizing
benefits of
integrated
property data via
web-oriented GIS
and other
innovative
Devika Bahadur
methods of
World Bank, India
utilization.
Lithuania’s
Individual Papers
strategy in action. Women rights
Aidas Petrosius
within collective
State Enterprise
tenure regimes:
Centre of Registers,
Analyzing
Lithuania
outcomes of
forest tenure
Individual Papers
reforms
Economic and
Iliana M.
Financial Analysis Monterroso, Mani
of National Spatial Banjade, Baru
Mshale, Anne
Data
Larson, Esther
Infrastructure:
The Albania Case Mwangi, Peter
Cronkleton
Study
Aanchal Anand,
Kathrine Kelm
World Bank, United
States of America
Individual Papers

CIFOR, Peru

Individual Papers

A Grassroots
Strategy to end
the Rural
Exodus in
Paraguay: The
CapiiBary
Cooperative

A proposition to
solve the land
cadaster system
in Brazil: the role
of CNIR and a new Marcela
institutionalization Vasquez-Leon
Bastiaan Philip
Reydon1, Ana Paula
Bueno2, Ana Karina
Bueno3
1: UNICAMP, Brazil;
2: UNICAMP,Brazil; 3:
PROCAM, USP, Brazil
Individual Papers

Bridging the
Information Void
between Banks &
Small Shareholder
Farmers: How
technology and
information offers
a pull-through
mechanism from
the informal to
formal economy.

University of
Arizona, United
States of America

Individual Papers

Applying
Peoples’
Processes in
Customary
Land
Certification –
Experiences
from Zambia

Invited Paper

Discussant

Erin Gray, Peter Veit,
Juan Carlos
Altamirano, Helen Ding
World Resources
Institute, United States of
America
Individual Papers

Reconciling Global
and Local Benefits
from Communally
Managed Forests:
Evidence from a
Choice Experiment
on PES in Zambia

Klaus Deininger
World Bank, United
States of America

Location: MC 4-100
Chair: David Mitchell

06-08: Policies
Influencing
Outcomes of
Large-scale Land
Based Investments

Land
governance in
customary
tenure
landscapes in
southeast asia
and pacific
Countries: The
challenge of
recognition and
reconciliation
with national
development
goals

for the Semi-Arid Tropics
(ICRISAT)

On Perspectives
and Challenges of
Ukrainian
Agroholdings:
Implications of the
Political and
Economic Crisis

Individual Papers

Randall Bluffstone1,
Eswaran Somanathan2,
Prakash Jha3,
Harisharan Luintel4,
Rajesh Bista5, Naya
Paudel6, Bhim
Adhikari7
1: Portland State
University, United States
of America; 2: Indian
Statistical Institute; 3:
ForestAction Nepal; 4:
Portland State University,
ForestAction Nepal; 5:
ForestAction Nepal; 6:
ForestAction Nepal; 7:
IDRC

William Davis
PHR and JHSPH,
United States of
America
Individual Papers

Stakeholder
Perceptions Of
Land
Administration
In Vietnam: An
Analysis Of
Stakeholder
Consultations

Implementing
International
Standards on
Expropriation

Individual Papers

Tackling
Corruption in
Land
Governance

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Jane Lynn Capacio1,
Virgilio De Los
Reyes2
Individual Papers
1: Land Bank of the
Local-global
Collective property
partnerships for Philippines; 2:
Department of
leads to Private
generating
Agrarian Reform
Investments:Lessons evidence to

Ximena Peña, Maria
Alejandra Vélez, Juan
Camilo Cardenas,
Natalia Perdomo
Los Andes University,
Colombia

Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Antonio
Francisco Lucas

Alfons Balmann,
Igor Ostapchuk,
Jarmila Curtiss
IAMO, Germany

Land Alliance

inform national
land use
policies: the
case of
Myanmar

Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Reidar Kvam

Nicholas
Julian Quan
Tagliarino1, Leon
Natural Resources
Verstappen2
Institute, University
1: World Resources
of Greenwich
Institute, United
States of America;
Individual
Papers
2: University of
Groningen,
Securing
Netherlands
Tenure For

Individual Papers

from a decade of
land titling to Afro
Colombian
communities

06-10: Addressing
Land Related
Corruption

Individual Papers
Individual Papers

Individual Papers

06-09: The Legal
Basis for
Expropriation

Location: MC 5-100
Chair: Mandi Rukuni

Is smallholder
sugarcane
Shivakumar
farming in the
Srinivas1,
Philippines viable
Malcolm
in light of the
Childress2
ASEAN
1:
Consultant
for
1
Integration?
Tobias Vorlaufer ,
the World Bank
Elements that
Thomas Falk2, Tom
and UN-FAO
reduce farm cost,
1
1
Dufhues , Michael Kirk based in Vietnam;
improve yield, and
1: University of Marburg, 2: Practice
thus, increase
Germany; 2: International Manager, Urban
Crops Research Institute and Environment of income

Does Collective
Action Sequester
Carbon? The Case of
the Nepal
Qhobela Cyprian
Community Forestry
Selebalo1, Regina Program

Pritchett2, Danilo
Antonio1, Samuel
Mabikke1,
Veronica
Katulushi3
Saidah Nash Charter 1:
UN-Habitat/Global
Thomson Reuters,
Land Tool Network;
United States of
2: Huairou
America
Commission; 3:
Peoples Processes
on Housing and
Poverty in Zambia

Thomas Jayne2, Caleb
Stevens1, Sarah
Lowery1, M. Mercedes
Stickler1
1: USAID, United States
of America; 2: Michigan
State University, United
States of America

Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Peter Messerli

06-07: New
Approaches to
Land Tenure
Improvement in
East Asia & the
Pacific

The
Implementation
of Rwanda's
Expropriation
Law and Its
Outcomes on
the Population

Hadley Rose2,
Andrews
Samuel Kimeu,
Kananga1, Frank
Francis Kairu,
Mugisha1, Daniel
Sheila Masinde
Clay3
Transparency
1: Legal Aid Forum,
International
United States of
Kenya, Kenya
America; 2: Emerge
International, LLC;
Individual Papers
3: Michigan State
University
Women, Land

and Corruption
Individual Papers

Individual Papers

The Public
Large and Medium Purpose
Scale Commercial Requirement in
Expropriation
Farms Annual
Law: A
Survey, The
(Potentially)
Domino effect of
Rich Source of
World Bank
Safeguards
Intervention,
against Arbitrary
Challenges and
Expropriation
innovative
Approaches: The
Björn Hoops
experience of
University of
Groningen,
Ethiopia
Habekiristos
Beyene, Habtamu
Eshetu
Central Statistical
Agency, Ethiopia

Mau Ngo1,2,
Individual Papers
David Mitchell1,
Gender
Donald Grant1,
implications of
Nicholas
commercial
Chrisman1
pressures on land
1: RMIT University, in East and West
Australia; 2:
Africa
General
Philippine Sutz1,
Department of
Catriona Knapman1,
Land
Administration,
Akua O Britwum3,
Vietnam
Nancy Ondeng5,
Mamadou Fall2,
Naseku Kisambu4
1: IIED, United
Kingdom; 2: IED
Afrique, Senegal; 3:
Netright, Ghana; 4:
Tanzania Women
Lawyers Association;
5: Kenya Land
Alliance

Land Belonging
To Public
Schools:
Experiences,
Lessons And
Insights From
Transparency
International
Kenya’s Land
And Corruption
In Africa Project

Netherlands, The
Individual Papers

Unjust
Compensation
to Landowners
in Mining Deals The Case of
Sierra Rutile
Mining
Company in
Sierra Leone
Peter Kaindaneh,
Francis SobbaStephens
The Economic
Forum, Sierra
Leone

Peter Wandera1,
Gerald Padde
Auku1, Lilian
Zawedde
Senteza1,
Frances Birungi2,
Annette Jaitner3
1: Transparency
International
Uganda, Uganda
(TIU); 2: Uganda
Community Based
Association for
Women and
Children's Welfare
(UCOBAC); 3:
Transparency
International
Secretariat Berlin,
Germany (TIS)
Individual Papers

‘’An analysis of
the impacts of
land related
corruption on
women: Case
studies from
Ghana, Kenya
and Zimbabwe’’
Farai
Mutondoro1,
Mary-Jane
Ncube1, Mary
Awelana Addah2,
Francis Kairu3
1: Transparency
International
Zimbabwe; 2:
Ghana Integrity
Initiative; 3:
Transparency
International Kenya
Invited Paper

Land corruption
in Africa:
empowering
women
Rute Caldeira,
Annette Jaitner
Transparency
International,
Germany
10:00am
10:30am

CB05: Coffee Break

10:30am
12:00pm

07-01: Doing
Business and
Innovations in
Quality of Land
Administration

Location: Front Lobby

Location: Preston
Auditorium
Chair: Rita Ramalho
Session with spanish
translation

Invited Paper

Increasing
Reliability of

8 of 20

07-02: Perspectives on
Eminent Domain
Location: MC 2-800
Chair: Katharina Pistor

07-03: Can Local
Negotiations Be
Made Transparent And Do They Matter?

07-04: Ensuring
Interoperability
through Proper
Frameworks

07-05: How to
Ensure Women’s
Rights in Land
Interventions?

Location: MC 4-800
Chair: Lorenzo Cotula

Location: MC C2-131
Chair: Kęstutis
Sabaliauskas

Location: MC C1-100
Chair: Elizabeth Blake

Invited Paper

Economic Analysis
Of Takings Law:
Reexamination

Individual Papers

Contribution of
Geospatial Tools
Hans-Bernd Schaefer1,
in Improving the
Ram Singh2
Land Allocation to
1: Bucerius Law School
Communities
gGmbH; 2: Delhi School
Living in

Location: MC C1-200
Chair: Thomas Jayne

Individual Papers
Individual Papers

Individual Papers

07-06: Research on
Investment Models

Access vs.
National Land Soft Rights: An
Infrastructure
Empirical
(NLSI), a new
Investigation of
concept for the
Land
development of a Ownership,

Inclusive Business
Models: How
Investment and
Appropriability
Hazard Shape
Governance
Structure

07-07:
Experiences with
Improving Land
Policy in the
Maghreb and
Middle East
Location: MC 4-100
Chair: Wael Zakout

07-08: Water Rights
Location: MC 5-100
Chair: Patricia K. Mbote

Individual Papers

Land tenure
reforms and
cross-border
Individual Papers water rights in
Uzbekistan: mixed
Land Policy and
effect and future
Land Markets
consequences
on the
Nizamiddin
Agricultural

07-09:
Strengthening
Land
Administration
Processes
Location: MC 6-100
Chair: Julian Quan

07-10: Challenges
of Urban Land Use
Planning
Location: MC 7-100
Chair: Rachelle
Alterman

Individual Papers
Individual Papers

Strengthening of
the Uganda
Land
Administration
and

The
Underground
City:
Comparison of
Shanghai and
Beijing's

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of of Economics, University
land
the Land
Administration
System in the
Russian
Federation
Igor Vasiliev
Federal Service for
State Registration,
Cadastre and
Cartography,
Russian Federation

of Delhi, Delhi, India

Invited Paper

Private Exercises of
Eminent Domain:
Korea and beyond

Iljoong Kim1, Sungkyu
Park2
1: SungKyunKwan
University, Korea,
Republic of (South
Korea); 2: Korea Real
Invited Paper
Estate Research
Institute, Korea,
Quality,
innovations and Republic of (South
Korea)
reliability of

Land
administration i Invited Paper
Sharing
Sweden
Development
Dennis Linden
Surplus with
Lantmäteriet,
Swedish Land
Landowners
Survey, Sweden
Invited Paper

Towards
Modernization
of Land
Administration
in Bhutan
Tenzin Namgay
National Land
Commission,
Bhutan
Invited Paper

Development
and
Implementation
of the Land
Management
System: An
Impetus or A
Deterrent to
Effective and
Efficient Land
Management in
Kenya?
Muhammad
Swazuri, David
Kuria, Geoffrey
Nyamasege
National Land
Commission,
Kenya
Invited Paper

Hojun Lee1, Iljoong
Kim2, Sungkyu Park3
1: Korea Development
Institute (KDI), Korea,
Republic of (South
Korea); 2:
SungKyunKwan
University (SKKU),
Korea, Republic of
(South Korea); 3: Korea
Real Estate Research
Institute (KRERI), Korea,
Republic of (South
Korea)
Invited Paper

The Use and Abuse
of Eminent Domain
in the United States
Ilya Somin
George Mason
University School of
Law, United States of
America

Business Parks in
the Democratic
Republic of the
Congo
Gloria Mangoni
Ndindir, John
Ulimwengu Mususa
DR Congo Prime
Minister Office,
Congo, Democratic
Republic of the
Individual Papers

Access to
Common Land,
and Women’s
1
Empowerment
Beckhee Cho ,
Hyoung Gun Wang2, in Maasai
Villages in
3
Jaeyong Yoo
1: LX Korea Land and Northern
Geospatial Informatix Tanzania
system in Tunisia
(a case study)

Corporation, Korea,
Republic of (South
Korea); 2: World Bank
Group; 3:
Geomexsoft.,LTD

Challenges in
Participatory Land
Governance:
Decentralization
and the Role of
Local
Governments in
Decisions on
Land-based
Investments in
Mozambique

Individual Papers

Alda Salomao1,
Celine SalcedoLaVina2
1: Centro Terra Viva,
Mozambique; 2: World
Resources Institute,
United States of
America

Individual Papers

Individual Papers

Innovations in
Community
Registration in
Nigeria to achieve
tenure and food
security through
sustainable
agriculture
Andrew Smith
Adam Smith
International, Nigeria

Invited Paper

Compulsory Land
Acquisition in
Developing
Countries: Shifting
Paradigm or
Entrenched Legacy?

Cloud, Mobile and
Big Data
Technologies in
Responsible Land
Administration
Geoffrey
Christopher Hay
Trimble Navigation
Ltd, New Zealand

Mainstreaming
Spatial Data
Sharing – With a
Bit of Effort
Performance At
Scale is Here Just
When You Need It!
Lesley Maureen
Arnold
Geospatial
Frameworks Pty Ltd,
Australia
Individual Papers

Property Taxation
of 3D type
properties
Kauko Jussi
Viitanen1, Heidi
Falkenbach1,
Vincent Mangioni2,
Juho-Pekka
Virtanen1, Hannu
Hyyppä1
1: Aalto University,
Finland; 2: University
of Technology,
Sydney, Australia

Jonathan Lindsay
World Bank, United
States of America

Mara Goldman,
Alicia Davis, Jani
Little
University of
Colorado-Boulder,
United States of
America
Individual Papers

Gender
considerations
in implementing
the Forest
Rights Act in
Jharkhand,
India
Amanda
Richardson
Resource Equity
Individual Papers

Balancing Legal
Formalism with
the Potential
Risk of Gender
Bias:
Challenges in
Cabo Verde’s
Property Rights
Cadaster
Project

https://www.conftool.com/landandpoverty2016/in...
Frontier in Arid Khaydarov
Management
Subterranean

Wytse Vellema1, Claude
Ménard2, Marijke
D'Haese1, Wytske Oeke
Van Der Werf3
1: Ghent University,
Belgium; 2: University of
Paris, Sorbonne, France;
3: University of Pretoria,
South Africa
Individual Papers

Local Stakeholders’
Preferences for
Foreign Land lease
Design Attributes in
Kenya
David Jakinda Otieno,
Willis Oluoch-Kosura
University of Nairobi,
Kenya
Individual Papers

Corporate
sustainability and
social responsibility
of smallholder
farmers:Implication
for agriculture
financing
Ebele Maduekwe1,
Emmanuel Benjamin1,
Maarten Punt2, Gertrud
Buchenrieder1,3
1: Technische Universität
München, Germany; 2:
University of Southern
Denmark; 3: MartinLuther-University HalleWittenberg, Germany

Algeria
Ali Daoudi1,
Jean-Philippe
Colin2
1: Ecole Nationale
Supérieure
Agronomique
(ENSA), Algiers; 2:
Institut de
recherche pour le
développement
(IRD), ENSA
Individual Papers

Country Report
On Cadastre
And Land
Registration In
Iran

Tashkent Financial
Institute, Uzbekistan
Individual Papers

Farmland and
Water: The legal
regimes at stake
Carin Smaller1,
Makane Moïse
Mbengue2, Susanne
Waltman2
1: IISD, Switzerland;
2: University of
Geneva

Frédéric Varin
High Council of
Notary (CSN)

Richard Oput1,
Nadege Orlova2
1: Ministry of Lands,
Housing and Urban
Development,
Uganda; 2: IGN
France International

Individual Papers

The Political
Economy Of Water
Governance
Hamid Berenjkar
Reform:
Cadastre General
Enhancing Water
Office, Iran, Islamic
Security For All Or
Republic of
Legitimizing
Dispossession?
Invited Paper

Individual Papers

Agricultural
Collective Land
Privitization in
Morocco

Individual Papers

Abdelkader El
Ghrib
Government of
Morocco, Morocco

Helle Munk
Ravnborg1, Daniel
Chillon Olmos2
1: Danish Institute for
International Studies
(DIIS), Denmark; 2:
Instituto
Centroamericano para
el Desarrollo de
Capacidades
Humanas (IXMATI),
Nicaragua

Individual Papers

Invited Paper

An analysis of
water user
associations on
the implications
for the transfer of
irrigation
management on
land and water
rights in Malawi

The veiled side
of land
certification at
the communal
level in
Burundi: a new
regard at
women land
rights.

Chikosa Silungwe1,
Chisomo Gunda2,
Solomon
Mkumbwa3, Harold
Liversage4
1: The Mizumali
Foundation, Malawi;
2: IRLADP, Malawi; 3:
UN-Habitat; 4: IFAD

Ian M. Rose1,
Clara Barros2
1: DAI, United
States of America;
2: DAI-PRIME
Consulting-VA
Consortium

Camille
Munezero, René
Claude Niyonkuru
Association pour la
Paix et les Droits
de l'Homme
(APDH), Burundi

Resolution of
land disputes in
France

System:
Development
and
Implementation
of the Land
Information
System
Infrastructure

Efficient and
fast production
of cadastral
maps in Ethiopia
Thomas Dubois,
Zerfu Hailu
REILA, Ethiopia

Innovations In
Land
Information
Recording,
Management
And Utilization
In Sri Lanka
Piumi Nisansala
Attygalle
Attygallege Dona,
I.H.K Mahanama
Ministry of Land, Sri
Lanka, Sri Lanka
Individual Papers

Towards
Sustainable
Land
Administration
In Bosnia And
Herzegovina
With Improved
Customer
Service Delivery

Housing
Markets
Annette Kim,
Julia Harten
USC, United
States of America
Individual Papers

The Limitations
of Formal Land
Delivery
System: Need
for a Pro-Poor
Urban Land
Development
Policy in Dhaka,
Bangladesh
Fahria Masum1,
Uchendu Eugene
Chigbu1, Jorge
Espinoza2,
Christian
Graefen2
1: Technische
Universität
München,
Germany; 2:
Deutsche
Gesellschaft fuer
Internationale
Zusammenarbeit
(GIZ) GmbH
Individual Papers

Tenure
responsive land
use planning:
Critical steps
for actions in
tackling urban
poverty in
developing
countries

Uchendu Eugene
Chigbu1, Fahria
Masum1, Anna
Schopf1, Samuel
Mabikke2, Danilo
Antonio2, Jorge
Espinoza3,
1
Zeljko Obradovic , Christian
Graefen3
Miloš
1: Chair of Land
Komljenović2,
Management,
Božena Lipej3
Centre of Land,
1: Federal
Water and
Administration for
Environmental Risk
Geodetic and Real
Management,
Property Affairs,
Technische
Bosnia and
Universität
Herzegovina; 2:
München, Munich,
Geodetic Authority
Germany; 2:
of the Republic
UN-Habitat/Global
Srpska, Bosnia and
Land Tool Network;
Herzegovina; 3:
3: Sector Project
Food and
Land Policy and
Agriculture
Land Management,
Organization of the
Deutsche
United Nations, Italy
Gesellschaft für
Internationale
Individual Papers
Zusammenarbeit
The Importance (GIZ) GmbH,
Eschborn,
And Use Of A
Germany
Monitoring

System In
Delivering Land
Registration
Programmes
Owen Edwards
DAI, United
Kingdom

Individual Papers

Cities and
Towns in
Africa: Insights
into the Recent
Institutional
Reforms,
Challenges and
Opportunities:
The Case of
Five Cities in
Sub-Sahara
Africa
Wilbard Kombe
Ardhi University,
Tanzania

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Individual Papers

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Individual Papers

Innovations in
recording of
rights, mapping,
and land data
utilization: a
case study of
issuance of
customary
certificates of
occupancy in
Northern
Uganda

Open Source and
crowd-sourcing
tools for land
administration –
Which way forward

Rethinking Land
Governance For
Sustainable
Development:
Lessons From
Kenya

Gendered
Outcomes:
Distributional
Consequences
of land
registration for
women on
customary
tenure in
Northern
Uganda

Financing for
Agriculture: how to
boost opportunities
in developing
countries

Land
Governance
Assessment
Framework
(LGAF) of the
Philippines:
Implications for
Inter-Agency
Cooperation
and Citizens’
Participation

Land & Water
Governance Lessons from
IFAD-supported
projects

Okello Julius1,
Danilo Antonio2,
Harold
Liversage3, John
Gitau2, Samuel
Mabikke2,

Individual Papers

Land Rights and
the Transforming
Customary
Systems in the Era
of In-Situ
Urbanisation in
Zimbabwe:
Perspective on
and Experiences
of Rural Dwellers
Living near
Domboshawa
Rural Business
Centre

Solomon Njogu2, Kate
Fairlie1
1: Land Equity
International, Australia;
2: Technische
Universitat Munchen

At the Crossroads:
Analysing the
impact of pastoral
policies upon
pastoralists in

Willis OluochKosura
University of Nairobi,
Kenya
Individual Papers

the Reform of
Land Operation
Innocent Chirisa,
System for
Audrey Kwangwama, State-run Farms
Elmond Bandauko,
Abraham
Matamanda

Jiang Zhongyi
Research Center for
Rural Economy

Herbert
Kamusiime1,
Eddie NsambaGayiiya2,
Christine
Kajumba3, Sharon
Akumu4

Carin Smaller, Marina
Ruete
IISD, Switzerland
Individual Papers

Fundamentals of
Turkish
comprehension in
property rights

Jephte Munez
University of the
Philippines,
Philippines

Murat Incik1, Can Iban2,
Nihat Yilmaz1, Hakan
Masterclass
Gedikli3
Productivity
1: Okan University,Land

Mawira Chitima,
Harold Liversage,
Rikke Grand Olivera,
Audrey de Nepveu,
Steven Jonckheere,
Marie-Lara HubertChartier
International Fund for
Agricultural
Development, IFAD,
Canada
Masterclass

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