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This training package provides an introduction to the important, complex, and sometimes daunting theme of improving land governance as a means to enhance gender equality and grassroots participation in land matters. This training package is designed for professionals, working in the field of land, governance, grassroots participation and gender in public institutions or civil society organizations. The goal of the training is to improve women's land and property rights and promote the participation of grassroots communities in land processes. The focus is on gender equality and grassroots participation as vital dimensions of good land governance. The training package is prepared in two volumes: Trainee's Handbook: Readers and References and; Trainer's Guide and Training Tools. Training providers and other stakeholders interested in carrying out the training course are encouraged to fully utilize the package and implement it as set out in these two volumes.


SPIS TREŚCI
INTRODUCTION 4
Introduction to the Training Package
Target group of the training
Objectives
Expected training outcomes
Overview of sessions
SESSION 1 INTRODUCTIONS AND EXPECTATIONS
SESSION 2 UNDERSTANDING NEW CONCEPTS IN LAND GOVERNANCE
Activity 2.1 Building a common understanding of land concepts with emphasis on land governance
Activity 2.2 Land governance today: the challenges
Activity 2.3 Understanding and promoting principles of good governance
SESSION 3 GENDER EQUALITY AND GRASSROOTS PARTICIPATION
Activity 3.1 What is grassroots participation?
Activity 3.2 Practical aspects of grassroots participation
Activity 3.3 Developing a community participation strategy in Las Flores
Activity 3.4 Introducing gender
Activity 3.5 Gender equality and land
Activity 3.6 The tribulations of Madam Abiba Suleiman
Activity 3.7 Competencies for improved land governance
SESSION 4 VALUES AND COMPETENCIES TO IMPROVE LAND GOVERNANCE
A. Valuing inclusiveness
Activity 4.1 Understanding discrimination
B. The negotiating competency
Activity 4.2 Exploring the negotiating territory
C. The conflict resolution competency
Activity 4.3 Reducing land conflicts – your experiences
Activity 4.4 Conflict resolution in the case of multiple sales of peri-urban land in Accra, Ghana
D. The enabling competency
Activity 4.5 Web-mapping land stakeholders
Activity 4.6 Partnerships for producing housing
E. The communicating competency
Activity 4.7 Lowering communication barriers
SESSION 5 ACTION PLANNING
Activity 5.1 From training to action
ANNEX 1. UN-HABITAT and The Global Land Tool Network (GLTN)
ANNEX 2. Recommended reading
ANNEX 3. Glossary