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The index below gives access to publications and resources related to land and gender issues, classified by contributing organizations.

World Bank Land Publications: 278 entries

Extracted from the World Bank's Documents & Reports database

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Housing matters [English]Year of Publication: 2014
Housing matters [English]Year of Publication: 2013
Transitional shelter [English]Year of Publication: 2012
Albania urban sector review [English]Year of Publication: 2007
Housing microfinance [English]Year of Publication: 2004
Taxing urban land in China [English]Year of Publication: 1989
Financing shelter [English]Year of Publication: 1985
Urban housing in India [English]Year of Publication: 1985
Housing finance in Colombia [English]Year of Publication: 1983
Housing [English]Year of Publication: 1975
Housing policy paper [English]Year of Publication: 1975

landwise Land Publications: 16 entries

Extracted from LandWise: A Women & Land Library, a project of the Landesa Center for Women's Land Rights

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Land Registration ProceduresYear of Publication: 2010
Uganda National Land Policy, 2013Year of Publication: 2013
Uganda National Land Policy, 2011Year of Publication: 2011
Documents
News, views and experiences of policy makers, practitioners, academics and communities on making rangelands more secure.
News
A steep climb leads to the top of the Santa Marta favela in Rio de Janeiro, where the statue of Christ the Redeemer is visible to the right and the ocean can be seen over the roofs of hundreds of...
News
Saudi Arabia is quietly planning to raze slums in one of its largest cities to make way for newer, restored neighbourhoods as part of a wider plan to keep up with soaring demand for affordable ...
News
Rio de Janeiro is home to over one thousand favelas (slum neighborhoods), but it would be easy to overlook these enormous and integral communities for the simple reason that they do not show up on...
News
The number of city dwellers is at an all-time high of about 3.5 billion and will nearly double in the next 30 to 40 years, with almost all the growth in developing countries, the head of the U.N....
News
(Reuters) - A year after Hurricane Sandy left Santiago de Cuba in shambles, the streets are clear and power, communications and water are back to normal, but residents of Cuba’s second...
Documents
Urban LandMark visited DFID London from 12 to 13 November 2012 to present the organisation’ s recent work on and approach to improving access to urban land and property rights.The main...
News
Although capital growth in South Africa’s residential property market has slowed down in recent years, demand for residential property has remained strong at the lower end of the market. This...
News
An architectural exhibition at the Goethe-Institut in Johannesburg invites viewers to reassess their ideas of what housing means in South Africa’s rapidly expanding cities, to understand the tension...
News
HARARE, 8 March 2013 (IRIN) - With rural-to-urban migration increasing in Zimbabwe and urban squatter camps growing, the shortage of affordable public housing has become a contentious issue.According...
Events
2013 Urban LandMark Conference Moving from Knowledge to Change: Agreeing the Next Steps for Better Access to Urban Land 13 - 14 March 2013, Johannesburg, South Africa For many decades...
News
THE deteriorating creditworthiness and affordability among South Africans has affected the appetite for advance loans for affordable houses, according to Nedbank’s affordable-housing head Jeff...
News
As slums, schools, and homes are designed and built in cities across the developing world, the urban poor are making use of new and innovative approaches to construction. A key element is...
News
This book examines the linkages between land tenure, development and governance in the context of China’s development transformation. Drawing on empirical studies, it advocates the exploration of...
Events
The conference “Moving from Knowledge to Change”, to be held on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th March 2013, brings together a set of agencies working on change issues. Through...
News
Two-thirds of South Africa’s population now lives in urban areas, according to the most recent survey of the country released by the South African Institute of Race Relations in Johannesburg...
News
In spite of the political and financial turmoil that Zimbabwe faces, the country seems to be on the right track in adopting strategies to address the effects of climate change. But these strategies...
News
Sequestering refugees in rural camps is no longer the norm: The most recent estimates indicate that almost half of refugees flock to urban areas and just one third to rural camps, according to the UN...
Documents
Latin American cities have been leaders in the implementation of bus rapid transit (BRT) systems—a transportation mode often characterised by infrastructure improvements that prioritise transit over...
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