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Land administration in post conflict areas

Land administration in post conflict areas

proceedings of a symposium held by FIG Commission 7 on 29 and 30 April 2004 at the European UN-headquarters, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland

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Published by International Federation of Surveyors in Frederiksberg .
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Statementeditors, Paul van der Molen, Christiaan Lemmen.
ContributionsMolen, Paul van der., Lemmen, Christiaan., International Federation of Surveyors. Commission 7.
The Physical Object
Pagination216p.
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16254804M
ISBN 108790907310

Land and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding is part of a global initiative to identify and analyze lessons in post-conflict peacebuilding and natural resource management. The project has generated six edited books of case studies and analyses, with contributions from practitioners, policy makers, and researchers. post-conflict countries up to five years, even longer in some cases, to become able to use external assistance effectively (World Bank , p. 27; McKechnie, ). Other things.

Title: Land administration in post-conflict areas: a key land and conflict issue: Published in: XXIV FIG International congress facing the challenges: building the capacity. April , Sydney, Australia: technical programme and proceedingsCited by: 8. By Jon D. Unruh January "21343othing evokes deeper passions or gives rise to more bloodshed than do disagreements about territory, boundaries, or access to land resources." -- Parker Shipton The disintegration of property rights occurs during armed conflict, and yet the importance of property, land, homeland, and territory to the cause and conduct of conflict presents particular dilemmas.

Land and Conflict: A Handbook for Humanitarians: September Draft 3 About this Handbook Why a Handbook on Post-Conflict Land? The Humanitarian Response Review identified land as a critical gap in international response capacity.   Handbook on Post-Conflict Land Administration and Peacebuilding: Volume 1: Countries with Land Records Publication year: Categories: Housing, Land & Property.


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TS13 – Land Administration in Post-Conflict Areas Paul van der Molen and Christiaan Lemmen TS Land Administration in Post-Conflict Areas 3rd FIG Regional Conference Jakarta, Indonesia, October3/12 A few examples of post-conflict situations are considered hereafter. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Land administration in post conflict areas obviously is a difficult matter that requires an approach that copes with the local situation.

But what are those approaches. What are the specific demands of a post conflict situation. To come to grips with this problem, FIG Commission 7 together with the UN/Habitat and the. KW - ADLIB-BOOK M3 - Book.

SN - BT - FIG Land administration in post conflict areas: proceedings of a symposium held by FIG commission 7, April 29 - 30,Geneva Switzerland. PB - International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) CY - Frederiksberg.

ER. DISPLACEMENT AND LAND ADMINISTRATION IN POST CONFLICT AREAS-CASE OF RWANDA POTEL JOSSAM March, SUPERVISORS: First Supervisor: Prof. Paul van der Molen. In earlier research in the area of land administration in conflict and post-conflict contexts the relation between land administration and state building was recognised.

This paper aims at. In a number of post-conflict countries, the government has established a National Land Commission to address fundamental land tenure issues. In the post-conflict context, there is often more openness to reform because vested interests are disorganized and there is a sense of urgency to avoid a return to conflict.

project designers and land tenure and land administration specialists with a description of characteristics that commonly exist in post-conflict settings. It identifies the importance of addressing land tenure issues following conflicts.

As hostilities come to an end, international agencies may carry out the first missions to assess the Size: KB. Land Administration Strategy Formulation in Post Conflict Situations: The Case of Hargeisa, Somaliland Michael BARRY, Canada and Florian BRUYAS, France Key words: land administration, post-conflict, strategic alternatives.

SUMMARY Somaliland unilaterally declared independence from Somalia inhaving been ravagedFile Size: 70KB. Symposium on Land Administration in Post Conflict Areas s Co-organised by Kosovo Cadastral Agency KCA & UN-Habitat UN-European Headquarter Palais des Nations Room XXV Geneva, Switzerland 29 - 30 April Programme and Proceedings Background of the Symposium Report of the Symposium Wednesday Ap - Post-conflict land governance reforms seem to do little to reverse land grabs that have taken place during the conflict, or to protect vulnerable populati ons from encroachments on their land.

Land. Post-Conflict Land Administration, Facilitator of Post-Conflict State Building () Dimo Todorovski, Paul van der Molen and Jaap Zevenbergen (Netherlands) Displacement and land administration in post-conflict areas - case of Rwanda.

(MSc), Faculty ITC, University. Land Administration in Post-Conflict Conditions: The Case of Afghanistan 1. INTRODUCTION The fall of the Taliban regime in late brought a new opportunity for Afghanistan to end years of conflict and embark on a comprehensive program of nation building.

A key part of this program is re. A paper from Rwanda on ‘Land administration in Rwanda post-genocide’ could not be presented; the author was unable attend the symposium due to visa problems.

Observations and Conclusions. Commission 7 chair, Paul van der Molen, observed that land administration in post-conflict areas was complicated; land was a conflict issue. This paper presents the case of World Bank support to the mass titling component of the Cambodia Land Management and Administration Project.

This was a project for which there was clear national demand, as evidenced by the fact that the Cambodian government had already attempted to implement mass titling a decade previously, but had lacked the human and technical resources to complete it.

The role of land administration as a facilitator of the overall process of post-conflict state building in the case of Mozambique. This presentation: Some facts Colonial period Independence Civil war of - Development and role of land administration Conclusions 2.

Land disputes and land grabs appear more and more in post-disaster situations, as the case of Tsunami has shown [24] and in post-conflict areas, where displaced populations are returning [25]. In recent years, beyond agricultural land, conflicts involving pastureland used by pastoralists and nomadic people have gained attention [26].

Key words: conflict, post-conflict, land administration, land administration in post-conflict environment, state building, post-conflict state building SUMMARY There is a very specific correlation between land and conflict; they meet each other on every point of the cycle of the armed conflict and in the post-conflict period.

Although land was. Author: J. David Stanfield; Title: “Reconstruction of Land Administration in Post Conflict Conditions” Symposium on Innovative Technology for Land Administration, Madison, Wisconsin, USA June, 4 Even if they can be found, public land administration agencies cannot offer salaries.

Land reform should to be thought about in post-conflict situations much earlier than it typically is. There’s often a tendency to rely on NGOs to calm things down immediately after a conflict Author: Deborah Horan.

This is the third in a series of policy briefs on post-conflict peacebuilding and natural resources management; it summarizes findings from Land and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, edited by Jon Unruh and Rhodri C.

Williams (London: Earthscan ). Jon Unruh is an associate professor of geography at McGill Size: KB. Post-conflict land administration as facilitator of the post-conflict state building; case Cambodia Dimo TODOROVSKI and Paul van der MOLEN, the Netherlands Key words: conflict, post-conflict, land administration, state building, Cambodia SUMMARY Challenges that land administration faced during the conflict and in the post-conflict period.Housing, land and property (HLP) rights, as rights, are widely recognized throughout international human rights and humanitarian law and provide a clear and consistent legal normative framework for developing better approaches to the HLP challenges faced by the UN and others seeking to build long-term peace.

Property restitution in post-conflict Syria. Martin Clutterbuck. Syrian property law is heavily influenced by the Ottoman system of land administration and many informal land usage rights exist which are different in each locality and are based on historical practices; the underlying tenure system is governed by a range of statutory.