Over the past two decades there have been major changes in land use in Vietnam. The country’s economy is in a transition phase with a series of restructuring processes, re-arranging the scale and mode of production. The process of urbanization and industrialization requires changes to land use and the redistribution of land use rights.
There have been many conflicts involving land, often because local people do not agree with the compensation provided by state agencies for their land. One of the reasons is that the state agencies do not consult communities and they do not provide information in a timely manner. Read More
Last week CIRD participated in a mid-term reflection and strategy workshop for the project ‘Co-operation in Providing information, Critique and Appraisal of the Draft Vietnamese Forestry Law.’ The workshop was held by the Mekong Region Land Governance Project (MRLG) which supports the project through the MRLG Innovation Fund. Read More
The revised forest protection and development law project is in the process of providing feedback and feedback from experts and stakeholders interested in forest protection and development law. We would like to invite our colleagues and colleagues to take an active interest in commenting and commenting on the draft law on forest protection and development. Attend the Workshop on the Draft Law on Forest Protection and Development (revised) at Room 330, National Assembly Building, 22 Hung Vuong, Hanoi. At 8:00 on 11/8/2017.
The workshop was designed to listen to ideas and contribute to drafting and balancing appropriately in the next draft law. If you can not participate, you can update the content on the blog or fan page of ForLand with the following address:
This workshop funding by MRLG