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Report on Lunch Meeting “Dealing strategically with land issues”

Report Lunch Meeting: Dealing strategically with land issues
June 3, 2014 By: F&BKP Office Image: via Flickr (by: Arne Hoel/World Bank)

On Monday May 12, 2014, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, LANDac and the Food & Business Knowledge Platform organized a lunch meeting: “Dealing strategically with land issues – the case of Benin”.

The lunch meeting was opened by Frits van der Wal (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) who gave an introduction about the Ministry’s focal point on land governance.

Subsequently, the case of Benin was discussed: recent developments concerning land rights and the role these rights play in land governance were the central theme.

Three presentations were given: you can download two of them here (in Dutch):

After the presentations a discussion followed to explore knowledge questions around the theme of land issues and land governance. Those knowledge questions are a first basis for possible future elaboration within LANDac and the Food & Business Knowledge Platform.

Download the detailed report on the lunch meeting (PDF).



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