First Mekong Region Land Forum - 21st-23rd June 2016


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Description

MRLG, GIZ and IPSARD are pleased to announce that they will organize the first Mekong Region Land Forum in Hanoi, on 21st to 23rd of June

The objective of the forum is to create an open space for multi-stakeholder dialogue and sharing of experience and lessons learned on the key land governance issues and challenges that are affecting vulnerable groups, including smallholder farmers, minority groups and women in the Mekong Region.

The focus of this exchange is on Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Viet Nam, but innovative experiences from Thailand, China, Philippines and other countries in the region are also welcome, as well as international perspectives brought by global land governance initiatives.

As 2016 is also the year of the ASEAN Economic Integration, the forum provides an opportunity to discuss the challenges associated with economic opening and foreign direct investment policies in terms of large-scale land based investments, a key topic for the future of the region’s agriculture and farming community.

The Forum shall bring together 200 to 250 invited participants, representing concerned countries and different stakeholder groups: government representatives, academia, civil society, private sector, development partners and international organizations.  These would comprise of MRLG, GIZ and IPSARD partners, as well as special guests and keynote speakers.

For further information and enquiries please contact:


Group Photo June 21st 2016

 


Interviews with participants

Chet Charya (Star Kampuchea) - English

(Click here for the interview in Khmer)

 


Maria Dolores Bernabe (Oxfam) - English

(Click here for the interview in Tagalog)
 

 


Marciano T. Virola (Asian Farmers Association) - English

 


Ohnmar Myo Aung (Landesa) - English


Hongthong Sirivath (Village Focus International) - English


Erpan Faryadi (International Land Coalition) - English


Shalmali Guttal (Focus on the Global South)


Jean-Christophe Diepart (Mekong Regional Land Governance)


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