Conference on Sustainable Land Governance


By LCP Secretariat
February 7, 2017


The Conference on Sustainable Land Governance will promote the sharing of good practices and new sustainable approaches to urban land administration and reform. It will facilitate multi-disciplinary discussions on practical solutions to challenges in land governance in the Philippines. The two-day conference is being supported by several national government agencies involved in land governance with over 250 international and local experts and delegates committed to attend the event.  More importantly, it will bring together leaders from the national and local government, business, civil society and other sectors to commit to a multi-sectoral coalition, which is envisioned to pursue a common agenda in improving sustainable land governance both at the national and local levels.

 

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