[Webinar] Community Land Protection - Namati's model

On Tuesday, December 5th, OXFAM will be holding a webinar on the approach and methodologies behind Community Land Protection. This webinar is presented by NAMATI in collaboration with OXFAM’s Global Land Programme and is open to Oxfam colleagues, partner organizations, allies and interested practitioners. @rachaelknight will introduce the methodology behind community land protection followed by an exchange facilitated by Oxfam.

A webinar description and instructions to join are below:

Title: Webinar Community Land Protection - Approach and methodologies

Date: Tuesday, 5 December at 16h00 GMT (1 h duration) (please join the meeting 30 minutes prior to the call)

This upcoming webinar is open to Oxfam colleagues, partner organizations, allies and interested practitioners. The webinar is presented by NAMATI in collaboration with Oxfam’s GLOBAL LAND PROGRAMME.

Webinar Description

Obtaining community level land documentation is not always sufficient to protect community land rights. Establishing intra-community governance mechanisms that reduce power asymmetries, promote gender equality and increase communities’ negotiating power with elites and external actors is key to avoid risks of mismanagement, local elite capture and conflicts. Based on long term and extensive experience, NAMATI developed a comprehensive approach and methodologies to set up more representative and responsive local land governance structures, able to lead communities through participatory mapping, rulemaking (by laws) and dispute resolution exercise. The webinar will aim to introduce NAMATI’s community land protection model as well as to exchange and learn from similar experiences by Oxfam and its partners. Rachael Knight from NAMATI will introduce the methodology followed by an exchange facilitated by Oxfam.

Instructions to join:

We use Skype for Business to host this webinar.

To join the webinar, click on the link below:

COMMUNITY LAND PROTECTION

Please find below detailed instructions on the next steps after clicking on the link above.

For those that do not have Skype for Business installed on their computer – please make sure to test the link above during the coming days, as you will need to install a Plug-in.

For colleagues that do not have Skype for Business installed on their computer:

  1. By clicking on the link, your browser will automatically open the Skype for Business Web App
  2. Click on the link that states “Join Using Skype for Business Web App instead”
  3. Download and install the Skype Meetings App plug-in (as this may take some time, please do it in advance)
  4. After installation is complete, click on the green “Join the meeting” button in your browser
  5. A new browser window will be opened with the webinar meeting room (click on “Open Skype Meetings App” if prompted)
  6. Enter your name to join the meeting
  7. In case you will be asked what type of audio you wish to use – select “Use Skype for Business (full audio and video experience)” and press OK
  8. strong textYou are now fully participating in the meeting. All participants will be muted by default. Any requests for technical assistance can be typed in the IM conversation, which you can access with the IM Button on the bottom-left of the meeting window.

For colleagues that have Skype for Business installed on their computer:

  1. By clicking on the link, your Skype for Business app will automatically be opened
  2. You will be asked what type of audio you wish to use – select “Use Skype for Business (full audio and video experience)” and press OK
  3. You are now fully participating in the meeting. All participants will be muted by default. Any requests for technical assistance can be typed in the IM conversation, which you can access with the IM Button on the bottom-left of the meeting window.
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