19 April 2018 : Join free Webinar “How Open Data on Land and Property Rights can improve global Food Security and Nutrition”

Please register for GODAN ACTION upcoming webinar on “How open data on land and property rights can improve global food security and nutrition”

Date: Apr 19, 2018 4:00 PM CEST

Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3331496432886332417
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Over a billion people worldwide, predominately smallholder farmers, lack secure land rights, which are crucial for obtaining loans and providing the long-term visibility necessary for planning successful agricultural operations. Open data technologies enable mapping and access to information on land rights, which in turn can lead to more protection for community and smallholder farmers. However, across most contexts, information and data on land are largely inaccessible. Moving towards open and transparent land data and information represents a significant opportunity to provide the foundation for secure land and property rights, and ultimately improved food security and nutrition. 

As part of the GODAN Action project, the Land Portal Foundation leads the thematic area of Land Data, which aims to explore the potential of open data to improve sustainable land use planning, to facilitate access to justice, to address rural employment through and to build collective bargaining potential among farmers and the organizations that represent them. 

In this webinar Laura Meggiolaro will outline the challenges and potential of land-related data for agriculture and nutrition and describe cutting-edge initiatives and their potential to contribute to enhancing food security and nutrition. 

PRESENTER: 

Laura Meggiolaro

Over the last six years Laura has been responsible for the overall management, implementation and expansion of the Land Portal contributing to the process that has seen the Land Portal evolving from a project into an independent organization: the Land Portal Foundation. She leads the team who contributed to transforming the Land Portal from a simple provider of information services into one of the leading Open Data initiatives that seeks to promote transparency through promoting sector standards and information infrastructure.  

Related:

DATA-DRIVEN AGRICULTURE (Recorded Webinars; GFAR / CTA / GODAN)

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