World Bank Land and Poverty Conference papers published

  • 17 March 2020

Mokoro Principal Consultants Elizabeth Daley and Christopher Tanner have been unable to travel to Washington to present papers at the World Bank’s Land and Poverty Conference 2020, which has had to be cancelled as a result of the spread of COVID-19. Elizabeth and her WOLTS project colleague, Jim Grabham, were due to share findings from community engagement work with Tanzanian and Mongolian pastoralist communities. Chris, together with Marianna Bicchieri (FAO Regional Office, Bangkok) and Alda Salomão (CTV, Maputo), had been due to present a paper on issues impacting progressive land policy positions with evidence from Indonesia and Mozambique. Fortunately, the World Bank has been able to make all papers publicly available on the conference website. Mokoro is therefore very pleased to share the links to our papers and presentations here.

Read ‘Engaging champions for gender equity in land governance: initial findings from Mongolian and Tanzanian pastoralist communities’ here.

Read ‘Progressive Policy, Gender and Indigenous Rights: realities impacting the potential of progressive land frameworks in Indonesia and Mozambique’ here.