The Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management at its fifth session noted that land, and linking people to place, is reflected in several of the sustainable development goals and that access to geospatial information is necessary to reach several of the goals, endorsed the establishment of an expert group to advance the activities related to land administration and management, to strengthen the use of geospatial information for good land governance, and to undertake work that is able to contribute to the indicator process and areas, as appropriate, including access to land, property rights, ownership, land degradation, rapid urbanization and climate change
The Committee also recognized the need to play a leading role at the policy level by raising political awareness and highlighting the importance to decision makers of the need for timely and fit for purpose land administration and management, and supported by capacity development, particularly in developing countries and vulnerable regions.
C. Terms of Reference
E. Work Plan
Framework for Effective Land Administration (E/C.20/2020/10 - Background Document)
Online Meeting (12 June 2018) co-Chair's Briefing
Online Meeting (14 Feb 2018) co-Chair's Briefing
Report - Application of geospatial information related to land administration and management E/C.20/2015/9Add.1
Background document "The Application of geospatial information related to land administration and management Meetings"