Sustainable societal change: What has land governance got to do with it?
There is a growing movement for societal change to transform culture, norms and institution to the benefit of all. However, sustainable societal change takes place when rights and obligations are fair and just to all actors involved. Access to essential resources such as land, water and natural resource is where rights are often unequal and unclear. As societal change gains momentum in socio-political, legal, economic and environmental spheres, the key question remains, how does land governance contribute to ensuring sustainable and inclusive societal change? How can equitable land governance ensure that no person or sector is left behind?
The webinar is structured on three sections, each showcasing the work that young IHS alumni and land governance professionals are doing on policy and implementation levels to ensure lasting societal change in Asia, Africa and Australia.
Karl Sam M. Maquiling