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

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25 April 2017

Date: 25 avril 2017

Source: Challenge.ma

La Cour des Comptes a fait état dans son rapport annuel de 2015, rendu public lundi 24 avril 2017, de la non-élaboration d’un code desdomaines de l’État en vue de donner une définition du domaine privé de l’État, déterminer le régime juridique qui lui est applicable et les procédures de sa gestion ainsi que les instruments de sa valorisation et les outils de sa protection.

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Reports & Research
May 2005

The Land Rights Research and Resources Institute held its second National level Public Forum on land on 12-13 May 2005. The two day forum was partly one of the planned activities in the Institute’s three year Strategic plan and a special event to commemorate the Institute’s tenth Anniversary. It thus took place along with other activities such as Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop, preparation and running of a documentary on land rights advocacy, special media programmes, Special theatre performance by Dhahabu theatre arts Group and moving into a more specious office premise.

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Conference Papers & Reports
July 2013

This paper uses District Land and Housing Tribunal (DLHT) as a case study to argue that the principle conceived in the enactment of the law that established the tribunal is far from becoming a reality. It uses data of the past four years to demonstrate that DLHT is overburdened by increment of an average of 2000 pending cases every year. It further shows legal and practical challenges that hinder access to and independence of DLHT. The paper calls for drastic strategic measures to strengthen DLHT in terms of human resources and facilities.

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Legislation & Policies
June 2012

A comprehensive legal analysis highlighting  gaps and recommendations in the four selected land related legislations in Tanzania. 

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24 April 2017

Date: 24 avril 2017

Source: Maghreb émergent

L’Etat algérien doit libérer le foncier et favoriser les entreprises privées algériennes spécialisées dans le BTP afin de répondre plus efficacement à la demande sur le logement, a indiqué sur Radio M, ce lundi, Brahim Hasnaoui, président-directeur général du Groupe des sociétés Hasnaoui.

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24 April 2017

Date: 24 avril 2017

Source: Webmanager center

Les textes d’application de la loi n° 2016-53 du 11 juillet 2016, portant expropriation pour cause d’utilité publique, ont été publiés par le Journal officiel de la République tunisienne (JORT du 28 février 2017). Il s’agit manifestement d’une avancée majeure qui va permettre au gouvernement de poursuivre la réalisation de projets publics suspendus à cause de problèmes fonciers.

1 May 2017 to 31 May 2017

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United States
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Rights to land and resources are at the center of our most pressing development issues: poverty reduction, food security, conflict, urbanization, gender equality, climate change, and resilience. Secure Land Tenure and Property Rights (LTPR) create incentives for investment, broad-based economic growth, and good stewardship of natural resources. Insecure property rights and weak land governance systems often provoke conflict and instability, which can trap communities, countries, and entire regions in a cycle of poverty.

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Reports & Research
September 2004

The task at hand entails the critical review of the Land Laws of Tanzania, chiefly Act No.4 and Act No.5, 1999 and their subsequent revisions. This could not be done out of context, or by confining oneself solely to the statutes. It was pertinent to review the factors and processes that informed the legislation. Towards this end, an extensive literature review on various aspects related to land reforms in Tanzania was done.

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24 April 2017

Date: 24 avril 2017

Source: Koaci

Un conflit oppose en ce moment lespropriétaires Rechercher propriétaires terriens et la Société minière «Persus Mining » en charge de l’exploitation de lamine Rechercher mine d’or d’Angovia dans la sous-préfecture de Bouaflé.

 

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23 April 2017

Date: 23 avril 2017

Source: Togo top infos