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Draft Report of National Land Policy Consultation Workshop
Abstract:
Protection of property rights is one of the fundamental rights provisioned by the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063. The constitution has provisioned that the government shall take the policy of adopting abolition of feudal ownership and implementing Scientific Land Reform Program and providing access to land to landless, Mukta Kamaiya, Haliya, Haruwa, Charuwa and other deprived people. Various efforts have been done in order to provide access to land to the landless, poor and deprived people. However, there are many economic, social and political issues related with land which need to be resolved by formulating a proper land policy. This Consultation Workshop has been organized by Ministry of Land Reform and Management (MOLRM) and technical support of the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in order to acquire input from a wide range of stakeholders including international experts. A large number of experts participated and expressed their views in this workshop. This included land professionals, professionals of related fields such as agriculture, housing and urban development, forestry, geology, and academicians on these fields.  #ProtectionOfProperty #Land
Publisher: GoN, FAO Type / Script:
Draft  in  English
Keywords:
PROPERTY RIGHTS, SETTLEMENT PLANNING, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, RIGHT TO OWN PROPERTY, OWNERSHIP, PROPERTY, HUMAN RIGHTS,NATURTAL RESOURCES, PARTICIPATION, LAND ADMINISTRATION, LAND POLICY, LAND MANAGEMENT, LAND MANAGEMENT POLICY
Thematic Group:
FAO, (2010)
Thesaurus:
04.01.01 - Agricultural Economics And Policy; Rural Sociology
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Feeder: LUNI SHRESTHA, Editor: SANJIYA SHRESTHA, Auditor:
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Draft Report of National Land Policy Consultation Workshop
Abstract:
Protection of property rights is one of the fundamental rights provisioned by the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063. The constitution has provisioned that the government shall take the policy of adopting abolition of feudal ownership and implementing Scientific Land Reform Program and providing access to land to landless, Mukta Kamaiya, Haliya, Haruwa, Charuwa and other deprived people. Various efforts have been done in order to provide access to land to the landless, poor and deprived people. However, there are many economic, social and political issues related with land which need to be resolved by formulating a proper land policy. This Consultation Workshop has been organized by Ministry of Land Reform and Management (MOLRM) and technical support of the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in order to acquire input from a wide range of stakeholders including international experts. A large number of experts participated and expressed their views in this workshop. This included land professionals, professionals of related fields such as agriculture, housing and urban development, forestry, geology, and academicians on these fields.  
Publisher: GoN, FAO Type / Script:
Draft  in  English
Keywords:
PROPERTY RIGHTS, SETTLEMENT PLANNING, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, RIGHT TO OWN PROPERTY, OWNERSHIP, PROPERTY, HUMAN RIGHTS,NATURTAL RESOURCES, PARTICIPATION, LAND ADMINISTRATION, LAND POLICY, LAND MANAGEMENT, LAND MANAGEMENT POLICY
Thematic Group:
FAO, (2010)
Thesaurus:
04.01.01 - Agricultural Economics And Policy; Rural Sociology
PDF | File Size: 281 KB   Download
Feeder: LUNI SHRESTHA, Editor: ANITAKARKI2052@GMAIL COM, Auditor:
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Draft Report of National Land Policy Consultation Workshop
Abstract:
Protection of property rights is one of the fundamental rights provisioned by the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063. The constitution has provisioned that the government shall take the policy of adopting abolition of feudal ownership and implementing Scientific Land Reform Program and providing access to land to landless, Mukta Kamaiya, Haliya, Haruwa, Charuwa and other deprived people. Various efforts have been done in order to provide access to land to the landless, poor and deprived people. However, there are many economic, social and political issues related with land which need to be resolved by formulating a proper land policy. This Consultation Workshop has been organized by Ministry of Land Reform and Management (MOLRM) and technical support of the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in order to acquire input from a wide range of stakeholders including international experts. A large number of experts participated and expressed their views in this workshop. This included land professionals, professionals of related fields such as agriculture, housing and urban development, forestry, geology, and academicians on these fields.
Publisher: GoN, FAO Type / Script:
Draft  in  English
Keywords:
NATIONAL LAND POLICY, FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, SOCIAL CONFLICT AND DISORDER, GOOD GOVERNANCE, LAND REFORM AND MANAGEMENT, NATURTAL RESOURCES, PARTICIPATION, POLICY FORMULATION, EXTERNAL TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, LAND ISSUE, SCATTERED SETTLEMENTS, LAND FRAGMENTATION, REHABILITATION, FREED BONDED LABOR, AGRICULTURAL COLONIES, INTERNAL MIGRATION, RURAL SETTLEMENTS , SETTLEMENT POLICY, LOCAL SETTLEMENT, DEVELOPMENT-BASED DISPLACEMENT
Thematic Group:
FAO, (2010)
Thesaurus:
04.01.01 - Agricultural Economics And Policy; Rural Sociology
PDF | File Size: 281 KB   Download
Feeder: LUNI SHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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