Negotiating Contracts with Investors - Guide 2 For community members and advocates interacting with potential investors | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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Date of publication: 
September 2018
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Pages: 
51
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This document provides guidance on how local communities can engage with investors to negotiate community-investor agreements. While not primarily oriented towards a private sector audience, it can be useful for investors and other stakeholders who wish to ensure that contract negotiations are clear, fair and equitable, and will guarantee the safeguard of project-affected communities’ land rights.

Authors and Publishers

Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 
Sam Szoke-Burke, Rachael Knight, Kaitlin Y. Cordes, and Tehtena Mebratu-Tsegaye, with Marena Brinkhurst.
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Namati: Innovations in Legal Empowerment

Namati is an international organization that tests the potential of legal empowerment through innovative interventions and research. Through our work, we seek a better understanding of the impacts of legal empowerment and the most effective mechanisms for achieving them. 

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Namati: Innovations in Legal Empowerment

Namati is an international organization that tests the potential of legal empowerment through innovative interventions and research. Through our work, we seek a better understanding of the impacts of legal empowerment and the most effective mechanisms for achieving them. 

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