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This data is characterized by a series of ten indicator questions that point to the security of land tenure for Indigenous Peoples or communities as established in national laws.

This indicator is part of the set of Indicators of the Legal Security of Indigenous and Community Lands estimated by LandMark (http://www.landmarkmap.org/). it answers to the following question: Does the law require the consent of Icommunities before government or an outsider may acquire their land?

This data is characterized by a series of ten indicator questions that point to the security of land tenure for Indigenous Peoples or communities as established in national laws.

This indicator is part of the set of Indicators of the Legal Security of Indigenous and Community Lands estimated by LandMark (http://www.landmarkmap.org/). it answers to the following question: Does the law require the consent of Indigenous Peoples before government or an outsider may acquire their land?

This data is characterized by a series of ten indicator questions that point to the security of land tenure for Indigenous Peoples or communities as established in national laws.

This indicator is part of the set of Indicators of the Legal Security of Indigenous and Community Lands estimated by LandMark (http://www.landmarkmap.org/). it answers to the following question: Does the law explicitly recognize that communities land rights include the rights to all trees on the land?

This data is characterized by a series of ten indicator questions that point to the security of land tenure for Indigenous Peoples or communities as established in national laws.

This indicator is part of the set of Indicators of the Legal Security of Indigenous and Community Lands estimated by LandMark (http://www.landmarkmap.org/). it answers to the following question: Does the law explicitly recognize that Indigenous Peoples land rights include the rights to all trees on the land?

This dataset contains indicators on various aspects of land use (e.g. agricultural land; arable land; land use; etc.) as provided by the Statistics Division of FAO.

Water withdrawal for agricultural use as a share (%) of total water withdrawal by country.

This dataset contains information from the post-2013 round of Land Governance and Assessment Framework (LGAF) of the World Bank. The 2016 LGAF dataset consists of 27 core land governance indicators, which are then further broken down into a total of 116 dimensions. These dimensions are scored by selecting an appropriate answer among a list of pre-coded statements that draw on global experience. "A" stands for good practice, "D" stands for weak practice. Depending on the country context, a few dimensions may not be eligible for scoring, or sub-dimensions can be added.

Women's property rights are recorded (i) urban (ii) rural measured on a scale from A - which stands for good practices - to D - reflecting weak practices. For more information please visit http://go.worldbank.org/21M7S7AZO0

This dataset contains information from the post-2013 round of Land Governance and Assessment Framework (LGAF) of the World Bank. The 2016 LGAF dataset consists of 27 core land governance indicators, which are then further broken down into a total of 116 dimensions. These dimensions are scored by selecting an appropriate answer among a list of pre-coded statements that draw on global experience. "A" stands for good practice, "D" stands for weak practice. Depending on the country context, a few dimensions may not be eligible for scoring, or sub-dimensions can be added.

Women's property rights to land are equal to men's (i) in law and (ii) in practice measured on a scale from A - which stands for good practices - to D - reflecting weak practices. For more information please visit http://go.worldbank.org/21M7S7AZO0

This data is characterized by a series of ten indicator questions that point to the security of land tenure for Indigenous Peoples or communities as established in national laws.

This indicator is part of the set of Indicators of the Legal Security of Indigenous and Community Lands estimated by LandMark (http://www.landmarkmap.org/). It answers to the following question: Does the law uphold communities land rights in the ownership and governance of national parks and other protected areas?

This data is characterized by a series of ten indicator questions that point to the security of land tenure for Indigenous Peoples or communities as established in national laws.

This indicator is part of the set of Indicators of the Legal Security of Indigenous and Community Lands estimated by LandMark (http://www.landmarkmap.org/). It answers to the following question: Does the law uphold Indigenous Peoples land rights in the ownership and governance of national parks and other protected areas?