Lors de la semaine de la FIG à Rome une session spéciale commune à la Commission 7 (Cadastre) et la revue GIM international a eu liue. la thématique centrale était l'administration foncière.
Nous avons présenté un poster à propos de la gestion foncière décentralisée en présentant les projets du Burundi et du Sénégal. Quelques questions d'universitaires.le focus était vraiment environnemental mais l'image (satellitaire) présente dans toutes les présentations et stands.
Rome FIG 2012 – FIG/GIM Special session on Future of Land Administration
Wednesday 9 May, 14:00 - 15:30, Ellisse, Rome Cavalieri
Panel session TS08L - FIG/GIM Forum on Future of Land Administration
Commission: GIM, FIG and 7
Chair: Mr. Christiaan Lemmen, the Netherlands
Rapporteur: Mrs Gerda Schennach, Austria
Please note Annual World Bank Conference, 23-26 April 2012 http://landandpoverty.com/
This is actually the Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty.
On the third day, April 26 2012, it will include the Workshop, Spatially Enabling Societies for Sustainable Development, supported by The World Bank, FIG, GSDI and UN.
The Workshop will be run in parallel to the main conference program.
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La FIG tiendra sa semaine annuelle du 5 au 12 mai 2012 à Rome.
Le programme est disponible sur le site de la FIG.
I just spent two months in Mongolia, more exactly in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of the country. I was employed by one of the American donors in order to audit the Mongolian National Land Information System (NLIS). We were a team of two people for this mission: Alastair Hill in charge of the IT infrastructure and myself in charge of the land tenure data and registration application....
Claire Galpin as rapporteur in technical session TS04G - Gender Issues in Land Administration
Anne Girardin has gone on a short-term mission to Mongolia and assist the Administration of Land Affairs, Construction, Geodesy and Cartography team in the development of the National Land Information System.
The Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) has been published as a Draft International Standard by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), as ISO 19152. P-Members of ISO/TC 211, Geographic Information/Geomatics, can comment on the draft and are in the position to vote on continuation of the development. Liaisons to ISO/TC 211, such as FIG, can also comment on the draft. The deadline for voting and comments is June 20th, 2011. The Draft International Standard has also been submitted to CEN/TC 287, the European Committee for Standardization member body, for a parallel five months’ inquiry.
Interessant projet de travail et de parole pour construire des relations et la confiance en vue des élections au Burundi
There is evidence linking climate change with an increase in the frequency, severity, and unpredictability of natural disasters in the past decade. Between 1974 and 2003 there were 6,367 such destructive natural disasters, resulting in over 2 million deaths, with 75% of these in Asia alone (Guha-Sapir et al, 2004). Lessons from the 2004 Asian tsunami, recent earthquakes in India and Indonesia, and tropical cyclones in the Philippines and Samoa have highlighted the significant land issues that can arise in the aftermath of the natural disaster....suite
FIG Commission 7 in cooperation with the Czech Union of Surveyors and Cartographers organized its Annual Meeting between 5 and 11 September 2010 in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. Commission 7 has had a 20 year tradition organizing annual meetings each year, separately from major FIG events, based on the consensus of Commission 7 delegates. The Annual Meeting 2010 was the last of a four year period chaired by Mr. András Osskó, Hungary.