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Cadasta 2.0: Covering New Terrain in the Fight for Land Rights
Cadasta 2.0 is now available and ready to use–for partners working with smallholder farmers, to indigenous forest rights, to urban settlements, and beyond. Our strategy is to offer our partners a state-of-the-art platform and suite of tools and services to scale up land rights documentation through community participation. We are building a network of global partners and trainers.
In this GLF Bonn 2019 Landscape Talk, Cadasta Chief Programs Officer Frank Pichel discusses how the application of simple-to-use technology can help communities around the world document, strengthen, and secure their land and resource rights. Through the use of partner and project case studies, Pichel highlights the transformative role of technology to support land tenure and rights-based landscape management challenges to contribute to a more just, sustainable, and prosperous future for the global community.
GeoDC - 2019 09 - Asaf Even-Paz - Cadasta Foundation
Cadasta Product Manager Asaf Even-Paz discusses approaches and tools used for documenting the rights of marginalized communities left out of formal land administration systems around the world. He focuses on what steps can be made to incrementally secure land rights and use the data captured to advocate for protection and formal recognition of land claims from urban informal settlements of India to customary groups in East Africa.
Katie Pickett from Cadasta Foundation at GIS for a Sustainable World Conference 2019
Cadasta Data & Partnership Specialist Katie Pickett discusses how Cadasta works with communities to document land and resource rights in an interview with SIG MAG TV at the GIS for a Sustainable World Conference in Geneva, Switzerland.