The LGTN is an emerging network that brings together leading organisations, researchers and practitioners in the rural and urban land sectors to collaborate and develop transformative land governance alternatives in support of social and informal tenure systems.
The network is proposing an alternative land recordal system to capture and document the bundle of rights contained within social and incremental tenures. The idea is to create alternatives that view land rights and tenure security through a southern lens and begin to ‘decolonise the cadastre’.
NGO’s involved include:
For an example of what such a decolonised land governance system could look like click here