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Vídeos sobre tenencia

Esta colección de vídeos muestra la importancia de la mejora de la gobernanza de la tenencia en diferentes lugares del mundo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxGRHPz6AN0
Gobernanza de la tenencia de la tierra, la pesca y los bosques en ALC
Logros y desafíos
18/04/2018 - Abstract: This video, prepared during the Latin America and Caribbean high level meeting on governance of tenure in April 2017 in Santiago, takes stock of the VGGT implementation and analyses the challenges that must be met to improve the governance of tenure in the region.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZISiff2Vb_s&list=PLzp5NgJ2-dK62Na2H8GZPDb_dRicPy2DK&index=2
Quinto aniversario de las Directrices voluntarias sobre la tenencia
08/11/2017 - Abstract: El 11 de mayo de 2012, el Comité de Seguridad Alimentaria Mundial aprobó las Directrices voluntarias sobre la gobernanza responsable de la tenencia de la tierra, la pesca y los bosques en el contexto de la seguridad alimentaria nacional. En los últimos cinco años, ha aumentado extraordinariamente la conciencia sobre la importancia, y el potencial, de las Directrices voluntarias para marcar una verdadera diferencia a través de la gobernanza responsable de la tenencia, lo cual se ha reforzado con fuerza en los ODS. Es preciso que todas las partes interesadas asuman un constante compromiso a largo plazo con las Directrices voluntarias para abordar las cuestiones relativas a la tenencia, a fin de mejorar la seguridad alimentaria, reducir la pobreza, proteger el medio ambiente y reducir los conflictos. El vídeo ha sido producido con apoyo financiero de la Unión Europea, con motivo de un acto de alto nivel para conmemorar el Quinto aniversario de las Directrices Voluntarias, celebrado en la Sede de la FAO el 10 de octubre de 2017.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iacS3pgJGG8
5th Anniversary of the Voluntary Guidelines on Tenure
10/10/2017 - Abstract: The Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT) were endorsed by the Committee on World Food Security on 11 May 2012. Over the past five years, there has been an extraordinary increase in awareness of the importance of, and the potential for, the Voluntary Guidelines to make a real difference through responsible governance of tenure, which has been strongly reinforced by the SDGs. Continuous long-term commitment efforts to the VGGT by all stakeholders, in addressing tenure issues is needed to improve food security, reduce poverty, safeguard the environment and reduce conflicts. The video has been produced, with the financial support of the European Union, on the occasion of a high-level event to commemorate the 5th anniversary of the Voluntary Guidelines, held at FAO Headquarters on 10 October 2017.
https://youtu.be/HcbUDQk0udM
What's on the Horizon?
17/07/2017 - Abstract: The Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security is the first global exhaustive tool on the tenure of land and natural resources developed through an open inter-governmental process with the full and effective participation of a vast array of relevant actors. In such document, internationally accepted principles and norms were established to define responsible practices for the use and control of land, fisheries and forests. In the course of a long but highly successful negotiation process, civil society organizations and social movements had a significant impact in the development of the guidelines in a number of key points. Contributing with informed and compelling interventions, they brought forward the points of view, experiences, voices and proposals of small-scale food producers, family farmers and the sectors of the world’s population that are most exposed to food insecurity.
https://youtu.be/sC853uLegpA
Point of adoption
17/07/2017 - Abstract: The Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security is the first global exhaustive tool on the tenure of land and natural resources developed through an open inter-governmental process with the full and effective participation of a vast array of relevant actors. In such document, internationally accepted principles and norms were established to define responsible practices for the use and control of land, fisheries and forests. In the course of a long but highly successful negotiation process, civil society organizations and social movements had a significant impact in the development of the guidelines in a number of key points. Contributing with informed and compelling interventions, they brought forward the points of view, experiences, voices and proposals of small-scale food producers, family farmers and the sectors of the world’s population that are most exposed to food insecurity.
https://youtu.be/rY2whVGkCdk?list=PLzp5NgJ2-dK62Na2H8GZPDb_dRicPy2DK
Caring for Commons - Securing legitimate rights
10/01/2017 - Abstract: Millions of people worldwide depend on natural resources such as land, fisheries and forests that are used collectively as commons. Commons are essential to culture, identity and well-being. As a source of food and income, they are an important safety-net, especially for the most marginalized and vulnerable people. The Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security provide a historic opportunity to recognize and secure tenure rights to commons. This film explains key strategies on how to make responsible governance of tenure rights to commons a reality.
https://youtu.be/_6cpVRtTsM4?list=PLzp5NgJ2-dK62Na2H8GZPDb_dRicPy2DK
Implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure in Sierra Leone
23/12/2016 - Abstract: Since February 2014 Sierra Leone, with support from the Government of Germany and FAO has been implementing the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure (VGGT). This range of interviews with engaged national stakeholders from the land, fisheries and forestry sectors documents best practices and lessons learned
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bk8pQIZuB84
Good Growth Happens
08/12/2016 - Abstract: The key message of this video is that secure tenure rights provide the foundation for economic growth, enhanced food security and nutrition, reduced conflict, and improved natural resource management while also improving the overall investment environment, thereby fostering increased investment. It addresses the importance of safeguarding land tenure rights in line with the Voluntary Guidelines for the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security, for government authorities involved in the promotion, approval and monitoring of agricultural investments.
https://youtu.be/ootEBJ76G80?list=PLzp5NgJ2-dK62Na2H8GZPDb_dRicPy2DK
FAO Policy Series: Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests
07/12/2016 - Abstract: The daily food and income of billions of people, particularly the rural poor, are determined by their access to land, fisheries and forests. Societies decide and regulate access to these resources through systems of tenure. Paul Munro-Faure, Deputy Director and Francesca Romano, Land Tenure Officer of the FAO Partnership, Advocacy and Capacity Development Division explain how supporting responsible governance of tenure is critical to achieving food security and allowing families to invest in sustainable production. They describe the FAO policy work, including key policy messages. This video forms part of a series of policy and governance videos being produced by FAO in 2016.
https://youtu.be/4V5uwAsYL8A?list=PLzp5NgJ2-dK62Na2H8GZPDb_dRicPy2DK
Stocktaking exercise for the project “Increase the use of the VGGT”
03/02/2016 - Abstract: The project “Increase the use of the Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security among CSOs and grassroots organizations” started in September 2014 thanks to support from the Kingdom of Belgium. Its first phase, involving seven countries (Guatemala, South Africa, Malawi, Myanmar, Niger, Senegal and Nepal) ended in December 2015. In these countries, between 60 and 100 people were trained on the Voluntary Guidelines, and between 200 and 2 500 people in each country were made aware of the Voluntary Guidelines through an information campaign that included meetings, radio programmes, videos and newsletters.
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