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Link: https://www.landgovernance.org/

This website is published in English. It is full of news and tools for counteracting Land Grabbing, politics and land, land rights and access to land. The website is an institutional tool of LANDac – the Netherlands Land Academy. The academy promotes a fair land access to all the indigenous people through the sensitization of the politics and civil society that will bring changes in the law for an equitable and sustainable development. In this website you can find news and reports regarding land grabbing, land right and human rights. An archive provides the previous publications and news. Land Governance for Equitable and Sustainable Development – LANDac website is specialized in land, agricultural, human rights connected to land. The authors are professors or students. Therefore, we consider the website trustworthy. We did have direct and good experience of collaboration (Andrea Lanari). 

Self-presentation can be found at Land Governance for Equitable and Sustainable Development - LANDac  website, section About us.

About LANDac
LANDac – the Netherlands Land Academy – is a partnership between Dutch organisations and their Southern partners working on land governance for equitable and sustainable development. LANDac was formed in 2010 as one of the IS Academies, a series of five-year programs designed by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs to strengthen the role of knowledge and research in sustainable development, poverty alleviation and international cooperation.

In 2016 LANDac entered its second phase: LANDac II was launched on 26 October 2016 and runs until mid-2021. During LANDac II, partners who share a concern for understanding and addressing new and existing types of land-related conflicts and increasing land inequality continue to work together to promote equitable and sustainable development in the Global South.

The LANDac network brings together actors, conducts research, and distributes information, focusing on new pressures and competing claims on land and natural resources. LANDac studies the impact of large-scale land deals in agriculture for food production and biofuels, urbanization, tourism, and the role of land laws, reforms, regulations, and voluntary guidelines and principles in dealing with new pressures.

Mission
In order to understand and address new and existing types of land-related conflicts, LANDac brings together stakeholders who might not otherwise meet – particularly academic researchers, private sector and civil society representatives, and policy makers in the field of land governance and development. Pressing themes that are addressed under LANDac II include the impact of large-scale land deals in agriculture for food production and biofuels, infrastructure development, women’s land rights, post-conflict and urban land governance challenges, and climate adaptation and migration. LANDac believes that a multi-stakeholder and participatory approach is the best way to ensure human well-being is at the centre of the land agenda.