FAO E-Learning: How to Monitor and Promote Policy Changes on Governance of Tenure

This module is Part 9 of FAO's Responsible Governance of Tenure E-Learning Programme

Real accountability starts by putting knowledge and tools in the hands of the people. That is why the International Land Coalition (ILC) welcomes this collaboration with FAO - one of its founding members - to develop a free online course on "how to monitor and promote policy changes on governance of tenure".

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FAO's e-learning centre provides access to over 100 courses, all available as a public good. "Monitoring and evaluation has been in demand since 2012, and so we are extremely pleased to join forces with ILC to offer this course as a way to support monitoring activities at the national level", says Andrew Nadeau, Capacity Development Head at FAO Headquarters.

As part of FAO's Responsible Governance of Tenure E-Learning Programme, this course is a critical addition to the seven course package providing learning materials on what to monitor, what data is useful and how to get the message across. Other courses available in the programme include: respecting free, prior and informed consent; addressing corruption in land tenure issues; governing land for women and men; and many more.

The content is free. All you need to do is sign up at www.fao.org/elearning

Audience

The different professionals involved in monitoring of governance of tenure, and in particular representatives of civil society and non-governmental organizations, can find in this course indications on the main issues to consider before implementing a monitoring initiative.

Content

The course consists of 5 lessons, ranging from approximately 20 to 50 minutes duration each:

  • Lesson 1: Introduction. Land monitoring as a tool for change in governance of tenure
  • Lesson 2: What to monitor?
  • Lesson 3: How to monitor governance of tenure of land, fisheries and forests?
  • Lesson 4: What data to use?
  • Lesson 5: Getting the message across
Author: 
FAO, ILC
Year: 
2016