Land Stakeholders & Institutions

Land Stakeholders & Institutions

A stakeholder is anyone or any institution who has interests in, or is affected by, an issue or activity or transaction, and therefore has a natural right to participate in decisions relating to it. 

There may be more than one stakeholder, or stakeholder group, claiming an interest in the land use on a particular area of land.

As examples, a farmer is a stakeholder in relation to the distribution or management of irrigation water from a common source, or as regards decisions on grazing rights on communal land. The term can also be applied to groups, as when several groups have an interest in, or are affected by, the exploitation of the water from a reservoir or products extracted from a forest. Stakeholders include those individuals or groups, such as women or indigenous communities, who have genuine and legitimate claims on use, but whose opinion may not be valued in current negotiations for cultural or religious reasons. Groups resident outside the area, such as non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and research institutions, can also be stakeholders. Also the government of a country may have ministries with the position of stakeholders. The concept can be extended to include unborn generations who have a future interest in the resource.

Source: FAO

6 November 2017
Global

STOCKHOLM, Sweden — Secure land rights are not only a matter of justice and human rights. They are also vital to achieving global goals on climate change, peace, and equality.

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Reports & Research
November 2017
Global

This publication features the key provisions on land (governance) in recent relevant international frameworks including the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDGs), the New Urban Agenda (Habitat III), the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT), the Framework and Guidelines on Land Policy in Africa (F&G) and the Guiding Principles on Large- Scale Land-Based Investment in Africa (LSLBI Principles).

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2 November 2017
Morocco

Date: 1er novembre 2017

Source: Le Matin

Par: Soumiya Bencherki

424 hectares du domaine privé de l’État ont été mobilisés au titre du premier semestre de 2017 pour la mise en place de 158 projets. Ces derniers doivent drainer un investissement global de 4 milliards de DH et créer à terme 4.566 emplois.

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2 November 2017
Mauritania

Date : 31 octobre 2017

Source : Maghrebemergent

Par : AMI

Les travaux d’un séminaire international sur le Droit foncier et l’accès des femmes à la propriété foncière organisé par la commission nationale des Droits de l’homme (CNDH) en collaboration avec la coopération espagnole en Mauritanie.

2 November 2017
Malaysia

SARAWAK Dayaks, angry over two recent Federal Court decisions which failed to recognise native customary rights, will gather at the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya on Tuesday to “make their feelings known” at another appeal case set to go against them.

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Zambia

Date: 29 octobre 2017

Source: Farmlandgrab

Le gouvernement zambien manque à son devoir de protéger les droits des habitants de zones rurales qui sont déplacés par l'installation de vastes exploitations agricoles commerciales dans le district de Serenje, a déclaré Human Rights Watch dans un rapport publié aujourd'hui.

Land Portal launches dynamic and interactive representation of the Global Property Rights Index (PRIndex)
30 October 2017
Global

Property rights are a cornerstone of economic development and social justice, and data on perceptions of security of property rights are required to monitor global initiatives such as the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Forests and Fisheries and the Sustainable Development Goals. Yet, perceptions of security of tenure have never been assessed at the global level, preventing a clear understanding of the magnitude and nature of citizens' experience of security and insecurity related to crucial assets such as housing and land.

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Reports & Research
January 2016
Ivory Coast

Date : 2016

Source : Foncier & Développement

Par : Georges Kouame | Banque Mondiale

Le Cadre d’analyse de la gouvernance foncière est un outil élaboré en 2011 par la Banque mondiale dans le cadre d’un partenariat avec la FAO, l’ONU-Habitat, le FIDA, l’IFPRI, l’Union Africaine et des Agences de développement bilatérales.

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30 October 2017
Ivory Coast

Date : 26 octobre 2017

Source : AIP

Le ministre de l’Agriculture et du Développement rural, Coulibaly Sangafowa Mamadou a révélé, mercredi, que 62 milliards de FCFA ont été mobilisés pour la mise en œuvre de l’épineuse problématique de la loi sur le foncier rural.