Research consortium

Radboud University, Centre for International Conflict, Analysis & Management (NL), The Hague Academy for Local Governance (NL), Norwegian People’s Aid (Norway), United Nations Human Settlements Program (DRC) and Wageningen UR (NL).

Project information

In DR Congo's eastern Kivu provinces and South Sudan's Greater Equatoria region, people perceive land governance as a major source of injustice. Neither the emerging state system nor customary arrangements adequately address people’s concerns. This research explores how civilians can be more effectively engaged in the reform of land governance and aims to inform policy options that help to improve relations between state institutions and citizens. 

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