Every year, the World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty brings together representatives from governments, the development community, civil society, academia, and the private sector to discuss issues of concern to communities, land practitioners and policymakers worldwide. The growing importance of this event highlights the increasing recognition that resource governance is central to alleviating poverty, promoting economic development, improving food security, limiting conflicts, and increasing stability.
To keep up with the advancing global dialogue on land and resource rights, follow news and events from the 2013 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty here.
- World Bank Conference Emphasizes Centrality of Land Governance Across Diverse Development Goals
- Increasing Recognition of the Importance of Land Governance
- Global Support to Voluntary Guidelines Implementation
- Greater Awareness and Opportunities for Implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines
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