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18 April 2024
Europe/Zurich timezone

The study conducted by the UNECE Working Party on Land Administration (WPLA) investigates the complex interplay between ecosystems and security in land administration, which has become increasingly intricate due to global megatrends and sector-specific drivers. This has led to the emergence of new collaborative ecosystems and distributed land administration functions, facilitated by initiatives such as public-private partnerships and online public services. Additionally, there is a vertical distribution of responsibilities, with some activities managed locally and others nationally, aiming to standardize data collection and provide access to relevant authorities.


These dynamics have significant implications for land administration arrangements, necessitating discussion and identification of common aspects to inform national policies and foster global awareness. The webinar will specifically focus on the functioning of national cadastral and land registration organizations within these evolving ecosystems.

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