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Natural Resource Governance around the World

World Forum on Access to Land

The FMAT brought together 400 participants from 70 countries from 31/03 to 2/04 2016 in Valencia, Spain. Ten years after the World Forum on Agrarian Reform and the ICARRD, this forum, convened by AGTER and CERAI, facilitated exchanges between civil society organizations, researchers, elected officials, representatives of international and national governmental organizations. It has led to significant advances in various areas.

The main results, final declaration, conclusions of the 13 workshops and the full proceedings of the forum are now available here on this website and also at

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We invite you to submit information and experiences about natural resources management in the form of documents if you believe they could enhance the database. We just ask that the presentation and synthesis of the documents match the style and framework already established.

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