In September 2016, the Land Portal and the Cadasta Foundation held a debate on Open Data and Land Governance and increasing accountability and transparency as a means to overcoming poverty.
The highly substantive discussion included the perspectives from 26 participants from key players in government land agencies, international institutions and NGOs.
This report summarizes the main outcomes and themes that surfaced throughout the three-week Land Debate.
Download the report today and hear what the experts are saying on open data and land governance most important challenges and issues confronting the world today.
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