We are happy to announce the publication of two policy briefs from our Professional Learning Network!
These two briefs are situated in Uganda. ‘Planning the city from the bottom up: The case of Kibugambata community in Jinja City Experiences of participatory planning in Uganda‘ is written by Junior Alves Sebbanja and Romy Santpoort. ‘Development-induced displacement The impacts of the Kampala-Jinja Expressway on the women of Kinawataka, Uganda‘ is written by Teddy Kisembo.
The Professional Learning Network brings together professionals working on sustainable and/or inclusive land governance in a community of practice. While working at NGOs, governmental agencies, universities or businesses, these LANDac fellows (based in different African countries) will exchange experiences and best practices. Furthermore, they bring stakeholders together in the field to identify ways to make land-based investments – whether in agriculture, infrastructure, nature conservation or natural resource extraction – more inclusive and sustainable.
Click on the titles to read the articles and stay tuned because there is more to come!