Organisers: David Betge (ZOA), Tony Piaskowy (Cadasta Foundation) and Mathijs van Leeuwen (Radboud University).
Session format: Panel
People and organizations working in land governance in fragile and conflict-affected settings are used to crises and adverse working conditions. However, the past year has proven particularly challenging: COVID-19 obstructed working in fragile and conflict-affected settings, and impeded global operationality. The past year showed NGOs & other actors in the field of land rights the strengths, weaknesses and fragility of their approaches & institutional set ups.
This session brings together colleagues from different organizations working in the field of land rights. They will share their and their partner organisations' experiences, the challenges they faced, the solutions they found and critically reflect on shortcomings and unsolved issues. They will look at lessons from and for fragile and conflict affected settings and the need to address resilience on multiple levels
30-06-2021 15:45 -17:00Hosted by: David Betge
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