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Tools to Support Transparency in Land Administration: Toolkit

Tools to Support Transparency in Land Administration: Toolkit

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This publication forms a part of a two volume training package on Tools to Improve Transparency in Land Administration. The training package comprises a Training Toolkit and a Trainers’ Guide. The first provides content and the latter training methods. The publication is a product of a series of training workshops implemented across Sub-Sahara Africa, South and South East Asia. Under the leadership of the GLTN/UN-Habitat, the training brought together six universities from the global South and one from Europe. Much of the content compiled in the publication was produced by highly experienced experts drawn from these universities. The content was used, critiqued and revised in the course of implementing the training. Practitioners from each region were also identified to write region specific case studies that facilitated problem based learning and contextualized the training. A consultant conducted additional research to find and incorporate content and case studies which enhanced the global flavor of the content. The publication pulls together all these resources and provides generic content, case studies and indicative methodological guidance that allow designing and implementing country or specific training without or with very minimal support of experts from the GLTN/UN-Habitat and ITC of the University of Twente.
This publication forms a part of a two volume training package on Tools to Improve Transparency in Land Administration. The training package comprises a Training Toolkit and a Trainers’ Guide. The first provides content and the latter training methods. The publication is a product of a series of training workshops implemented across Sub-Sahara Africa, South and South East Asia. Under the leadership of the GLTN/UN-Habitat, the training brought together six universities from the global South and one from Europe. Much of the content compiled in the publication was produced by highly experienced experts drawn from these universities. The content was used, critiqued and revised in the course of implementing the training. Practitioners from each region were also identified to write region specific case studies that facilitated problem based learning and contextualized the training. A consultant conducted additional research to find and incorporate content and case studies which enhanced the global flavor of the content. The publication pulls together all these resources and provides generic content, case studies and indicative methodological guidance that allow designing and implementing country or specific training without or with very minimal support of experts from the GLTN/UN-Habitat and ITC of the University of Twente.

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As mentioned previously, there are a number of web

based technologies that are fast changing the way the

general public can participate and express their opinion

on issues and changes that directly affect them.

As can be seen in the recent Arab uprisings of 2011,

many people participated in the process through

mediums such as ‘Facebook’, ‘Twitter’ and ‘Youtube’.

Land issues are also being discussed globally by the

public via these mediums.

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