Wednesday, September 18, 2013


COMPETITION: Good Practices to Improve Tenure Security in the Muslim World

The Competition on Good Practices to Improve Security of Tenure in the Muslim World aims at documenting and deepening the global knowledge on approaches, initiatives and projects that increased security of tenure in Muslim contexts, with special consideration to the poor, the women, and the youth. Papers that document experiences that provided a positive impact on the communities and that could be replicated and institutionalised are of particular interest, as it is the intention of the organisers to bridge the gap between theory and practice. The objectives of the
competition are:

The overall theme is 'how specific land projects, practices and approaches used in Muslim contexts (including Muslim communities in non-Muslim majority countries) have proven effective in providing security of tenure to the poor, the women and the youth'. The linkages with the satisfaction of housing and livelihood needs, as well as the realisation of human rights, poverty reduction, economic prosperity and sustainable development in Muslim Communities are aspects clearly liked with this topic. GLTN is particularly interested in the following sub-themes:

More information.

Deadline: October 15, 2013

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