Fit-for-Purpose Land Administration Fit-for-Purpose Land Administration- Providing Secure Land Rights at Scale. Volume 1: Conceptual Innovations
Enemark, Stig (editor)
McLaren, Robin (editor)
Lemmen, Christiaan (editor)
This Special Issue provides an insight, collated from 26 articles, focusing on various aspects of the Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration (FFPLA) concept and its application. It presents some influential and innovative trends and recommendations for designing, implementing, maintaining and further developing Fit-For-Purpose solutions for providing secure land rights at scale. The first group of 14 articles is published in Volume One and discusses various conceptual innovations related to spatial, legal and institutional aspects and its wider applications within land use management. The second group of 12 articles is published in Volume Two and focuses on case studies from various countries throughout the world, providing evidence and lessons learned from the FFPLA implementation process.
Keywordscomplete cadastre; legal element; fixing boundary; eligible landowner; agreement; boundary marker; fit-for-purpose land administration (FFP LA); violent conflict; United Nations; extra-legal; transitional justice; peace building; land governance; power relations; securing land rights; land registration; development impacts; fit-for-purpose land administration; land administration; decentralization; India; fit-for-purpose; institutions; governance; politics; Amazon; deforestation; Fit-For-Purpose land administration; participatory mapping; indigenous land conflict; Cumaribo; Colombia; community-based land adjudication; components of adjudication; land tenure; land rights; good practices; updating land records; systematic land registration; unconventional approach; case study; Benin; cadaster; land administration domain model; LADM; cadastre; FFPLA; customary tenure; land inventory; land management; mobile-based applications; pro-poor; land surveying; tenure security; land rights and tenure; fit-for-purpose approach; human rights; design science research; design thinking; fit for purpose; spatial data quality; spatial data quality assurance; maintenance; update; upgrade; upkeep; renewal; data quality; spatial framework; STDM; technology; UAV; feature extraction; rapid urbanization; climate change; pandemic; urban resilience; spatial; legal; and institutional frameworks; land tenure security; pro-poor land recordation; land governance reform; cost effectiveness; innovative technology; case studies; Uganda; customary land tenure; land recordation tools; semantic technologies; land information system; fit-for-purpose land management; aerial and street level imagery; machine learning; integrated land programs; land policy; pilot study; informal settlements; urban development; Brazil; community-based crowdsourcing; SiGIT; Ecuador; land and resources rights; public-private partnerships; corporate social responsibility; poverty reduction; business driven solutions; social enterprises; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
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