Launch of LandMark: The Global Platform of Indigenous and Community Lands
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM ESTWashington, DC
On behalf of our thirteen member Steering Group, World Resources Institute and Rights and Resources Initiative are pleased to launch LandMark: The Global Platform of Indigenous and Community Lands on November 10th in Washington, DC.
Join the conversation using the hashtag #landmarkmap.
LandMark is the world’s first interactive global platform to provide maps and other critical information on lands that are collectively held and used by indigenous peoples and local communities.
The platform provides information at the community and national level that allows users to compare the land tenure situation within and across countries. The launch event will explore key trends in indigenous and community lands at the global level and demonstrate how the platform can be used to raise awareness, engage audiences and help indigenous peoples and communities protect their land rights.
Mark Robinson, Global Director, Governance, World Resources Institute (WRI), Washington DC
Andy White, Coordinator, Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI), Washington DC
Samuel Nguiffo, Secretary General, Centre pour l’Environnement et le Développement (CED), Cameroon
Liz Alden Wily, Independent Land Tenure Specialist, Kenya
LandMark Demonstration and Q&A
Katie Reytar, Research Associate, WRI, Washington DC
Fabrice Dubertret, Ph.D. candidate, World Atlas of Indigenous Peoples Territories (WAIPT), France
Alda Salomão, Director General, Centro Terra Viva-Estudos e Advocacia Ambiental (CTV), Mozambique
Barun Mitra, Director, Liberty Institute, India
Brian Keane, Advisor for Indigenous Peoples Issues, US Agency for International Development (USAID), Washington DC
Moderator: Mark Robinson, Global Director, Governance, WRI, Washington DC
Event Conclusion and Vote of Thanks
Mark Robinson, Global Director, Governance, WRI, Washington DC
International LandMark launches will also take place:
- LandMark: Protecting Indigenous and Community Lands by Making Them Visible
- RELEASE: First Interactive Global Map of Indigenous and Community Territories Will Help Secure Land Rights Worldwide and Boost Forest Conservation Efforts
- Open Government Partnership Global Summit: An Opportunity for Strengthening Land Rights
- Meet the Yudja, Brazil's Forest Guardians
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