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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

Organizations relating to Land Ownership

Shack-Slum Dwellers International / Cape Town, South Africa / Est. 1996
European Landowners\' Organization / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1971
Young Friends of the Countryside / Brussels, Belgium
Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the European Union / Madrid, Spain / Est. 2002
International Office of Cadastre and Land Records / Apeldoorn, Netherlands / Est. 1958

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World Problems relating to Land Ownership

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Disappearance of common land
Maldistribution of land associated with large traditional estates
Property and occupational discrimination in politics
Government expropriation of private property
Unethical real estate practice
Insecure land tenure
Eminent domain
Absentee ownership
Maldistribution of land through customary tenure systems
Landlessness
Inadequate town planning
Maldistribution of agricultural land
Private ownership
Expropriation of land from indigenous populations
Territorial disputes between states
Unequal property distribution

Action Strategies relating to Land Ownership

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Providing financial incentives to landowners for biodiversity conservation
Negotiating conflicting claims to terrestrial territory
Mediating tenant landlord issues
Condemning traditional elitist land ownership
Strengthening monopolized land ownership
Settling territorial claims
Involving absentee landlords in land care
Improving tenant landlord relations
Reducing public land ownership
Expanding land ownership
Enforcing territorial claims to extended possessions
Enforcing territorial claims by building up military
Enforcing territorial claims
Increasing municipalization of land
Limiting monopolized land ownership
Abolishing unethical practices of landlords
Confiscating property

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