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Link: https://landportal.org/

This website is published in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. Unfortunately, the publications and articles do not always match giving priority to the topics concerning each of the three languages. This website is an expression of the Land Portal foundation that deals only with land related topics. Inside the website, you can find sections as Issues and Library where an archive with articles, reports and data regarding land, indigenous people, land conflict and land right. You can find also some information about Land Grabbing, climate change, environmental risks and food security. Land Portal is a small foundation specialized on land topics; therefore, it is a qualified source on land. However, we are not entitled to say how much worth of trust it is. (Andrea Lanari)

Self-presentation can be found at Land Portal web site, section who we arewhat we do

The Land Portal Foundation was established to create, curate and disseminate land governance information by fostering an inclusive and accessible data landscape. Over the last decade, the portal has evolved from a simple information gateway to become a knowledge broker, a resource base, a vibrant online community of users and a trusted voice within global land governance. This is what we do.

What we do

The Land Portal Foundation believes that access to information is crucial for achieving good land governance and securing land rights for landless and vulnerable people. Improving access to land-related data and information is our mission. This is what we do:

Provide a platform for land data, publications, news, blogs, multimedia content and much more from an international network of organizations and institutions. Aggregating diverse and highly dispersed content helps to make hidden data available to everyone.

Nurture the information ecosystem by linking land databases, bringing fragmented data collections together and enriching content with metadata that complies with Open Data standards and principles. Fostering a healthy and diverse ecosystem of land-related information helps to improve the potential impact of data and ensures information is easily searchable and discoverable.

Stimulate debate among those working on land-related issues around the world through events, discussions and webinars. Online and offline dialogues help raise awareness of hidden issues (e.g. sexual extortion in the land sector) and provide opportunities for collaboration between diverse groups and organizations.

Visualize and synthesize data from diverse sources into unique portfolios of contextualized and actionable land governance information. Our thematic and country portfolios provide free virtual repositories of bibliographic and multimedia resources, helping to reveal new trends and expose existing gaps in the information landscape.

Support information providers from the land sector to utilize Open Data standards and encourage the creation and uptake of a standards-based data infrastructure based upon FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) principles. The increased adoption of commonly agreed data standards is helping information derived from local groups, national organizations and international institutions to coexist within the wider information ecosystem.

Explain and monitor indicators on land governance including the Sustainable Development Goals, the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure (VGGTs) and other international/regional frameworks for land monitoring. Showcasing and examining land monitoring instruments is helping to raise awareness and increase uptake of key indicators.

The work of the Land Portal is designed to achieve our three core objectives

1-. Improve the documentation, mapping and monitoring of land governance issues.

2-. Democratize the information ecosystem and strengthen flows of land governance data, from all perspectives and all levels.

3-. Promote, inform and enrich the global debate on land issues.