This two-day meeting of the UN-GGIM Expert Group on Land Administration and Management is hosted by the Government of The Netherlands through Kadaster International of The Netherlands in Delft on March 14 & 15, 2017. This physical meeting is a working meeting where members of the Expert Group together with invited experts are expected to work together towards tangible outcomes and deliverables expected by the UN Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management.
The Delft Meeting is a closed meeting, by invitation only. All current 27 members of the Expert Group comprising of expert representatives from UN member states, UN systems, multilateral and international organisations are invited to participate. The host may also invite national, regional and international experts to this meeting.
The Delft Meeting aims to discuss and consider:
(i) the development and use of globally comparable methodology, domain standards and tools exploiting partnerships and innovative technologies to meet the demands for land and tenure data by the SDG global indicator framework;
(ii) timely and reliable fit-for-purpose land and geospatial information including fundamental land data theme required for good land governance and effective land administration; and:
(iii) providing an overview of the spatial distribution of tenures (with reference to the continuum of land rights) through visualisation of tenure systems and legitimate rights, both formal and informal, legal and extra-legal, to better inform and monitor status.
- Welcome Remark
- Presentation Materials
- List of Participants