Publications [ID: 106]


The publications section offers a topic specific overview of the latest publications by international research organisations, civil society and academia, but also by the members and partners of the Platform.

Secure Land Tenure Rights for All: A Key Condition for Sustainable Development

This policy paper has been produced by GIZ on behalf of the BMZ. It describes several fit-for-purpose solutions of land governance projects from GIZ and other development partners as well as their positive impacts in the land sector. The aim of the policy paper is to present successful approaches to secure land tenure rights in rural and urban areas.


A Research Agenda for Land and Resource Governance at USAID

This Research Agenda positions land and resource governance (LRG) within USAID’s goal of promoting the journey to self-reliance and provides the foundation for USAID and others to undertake a carefully considered, systematic approach to reducing key knowledge gaps in the LRG sector.


Global Land Tool Network Gender Strategy (2019–2030)

The Strategy provides a framework for designing land tenure and governance interventions around women and girls’ land and property rights


Guidelines for Impact Evaluation of Land Tenure and Governance Interventions

The guidelines are the result of a partnership by IFAD and GLTN, and in consultation with the Global Donor Working Group on Land (GDWGL), to improve the tools to evaluate land tenure and governance interventions.


Assessing the costs of tenure risks to agribusinesses

The Quantifying Tenure Risk is a joint initiative between the Overseas Development Institute and TMP Systems to provide data and analysis to reduce land conflict and improve land governance through better informed investment decisions. The study and tool is primarily geared towards investors to make a stronger, objective case for investing in better due diligence.


Final Evaluation of the Global Programme to Support the Implementation of the VGGTs

The final evaluation of the Global Programme to support the implementation of the VGGT acknowledges the Global Donor Working Group on Land as an excellent forum for enhanced coordination and targeted resource mobilisation.