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Recent events

16º Congresso de Cadastro Multifinalitário e Gestão Territorial, 4º Encontro de Professores de Cadastro Territorial e 1º Encontro Presencial da Comunidade CTM

10 Novembro 2024 to 12 Novembro 2024
Brazil

Evento: 16º Congresso de Cadastro Multifinalitário e Gestão Territorial, 4º Encontro de Professores de Cadastro Territorial e 1º Encontro Presencial da Comunidade CTM

Lema/Tema: "O Cadastro Territorial Multifinalitário como base para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável"

Data: De 11 a 13 de novembro de 2024

Local: Florianópolis, Santa Catarina - Brasil

Blogues

Webinar Recap : Pathways to Customary Land & Forest Rights in the Mekong

12 Julho 2024

The webinar “Pathways to Customary Land & Forest Rights in the Mekong” took place on July 2nd, 2024. This was the second webinar in the series ‘State of Land in the Mekong region’ which aims to highlight the evolving environment of land governance in this dynamic region, including Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam. The webinar attracted 240 participants and featured experts from the Mekong region. The webinar was organized by the Land Portal Foundation and the Mekong Region Land Governance and drew on findings from research and activities conducted by the Mekong Region Land Governance (MRLG) Project and its partners on the recognition and formalization of customary tenure rights across the Mekong region.

Keynote Speech from Morgan Ody at the IoS Fair Transitions - LANDac Conference & Summit

05 Julho 2024
Morgan Ody
Land is power. Throughout most of history, the basis of power has been the control of labor. But when people have access to land, when people can gather, harvest or produce what they need, they will never accept to become laborers and obey a landlord or the boss of a factory. A key change in recent times is that the control of labor is no longer at the center of what makes power, because with mechanization, robotization, and biotechnology it's possible to work 10,000 hectares with very few people. What now allows the control over people is food, and it is also very much related to land.