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Autor(en): Rainer Tump; Johanna Damböck; Patric Hehemann; Victor Kanyangi Ouna; Oscar Koome Mbabu; Lukas Nagel; Manuel Risch; Anne Wanjiru Mwangi; Fanni Zentai
Titel: Land Corruption Risk Mapping – Developing a handbook on how to identify and tackle corruption risks in land governance
Erscheinungsdatum: 18.05.2017
Erschienen in: Schriftenreihe des Seminars für Ländliche Entwicklung  270 , 1
ISSN: 1433-4585
Volltext: pdf (urn:nbn:de:kobv:11-100247424)
Fachgebiet(e): Natürliche Ressourcen, Energie, Umwelt
Schlagwörter (ger): Korruption, Handbuch, Handbuchentwicklung, Tool, Instrument, Korruptionsbekämpfung, Landnahme, Landadministration
Schlagwörter (eng): Kenya, Risk mapping, Risk assessment, Land governance, Land corruption, Corruption, Land grabbing, Manual Development
Herausgeber: Albrecht Daniel Thaer-Institut für Agrar- und Gartenbauwissenschaften
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Abstract (eng):
In 2016, the Centre for Rural Development – commissioned by Transparency International – developed a Handbook on Land Corruption Risk Mapping, which helps NGOs, governmental institutions, and other actors to systematically identify and assess corruption risks in land governance and to develop effective counter-measures. The present study was produced during the development process of the handbook. It explains the handbook’s conceptual framework (corruption, corruption risks, risk assessment, etc.) and details the methodological approach that was used to develop and test the handbook. In addition, the study presents the results of four case studies that were conducted in Kenya as part of the development and testing process, namely: 1) Urban space land conflicts in Nairobi; 2) Indigenous communities and their role in initial land registration in West Pokot; 3) Inheritance of land and land rights for women in Kakamega; 4) Large scale land acquisitions in Kwale. Finally, the study includes recommendations – for Transparency International, for governmental institutions, and for NGOs – that were drawn from the handbook development process and from the case studies in Kenya.
 
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