6th International Summer School 2014

The Faculty of Land Management and Land Administration (FLMLA) at the Royal University of Agriculture (RUA) Phnom Penh, takes a key role in the development of Cambodia. It is providing well educated academic junior staff to the country in its efforts to build up fair and just land governance. The RUA is supported by the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC), which is seconding several teaching staff, by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Cambodia, which has long been involved in strengthening the qualification of young staff in the area of land management and administration, as well as by the Technical University Munich (TUM), Germany, which has established a partnership with the RUA since more than 10 years.

After an evaluation of the FLMLA in 2007, it was from this international cooperation, that the idea arose to conduct a – by now international – summer school annually, jointly organized by RUA, TUM, MLMUPC and GIZ. The intention was to tackle important international topics which are of current relevance for Cambodia in the sector of land policy, land reform, land administration and land management including urban and rural development. Academia, practitioners and advanced students discuss current and future issues in the sector in a joint dialogue, and international best practices are presented and analyzed.

For more detail, please refer:
>>> Information Paper of 6th Summer School
>>> Agenda of 6th Summer School (Khmer version)
>>> Agenda of 6th Summer School (English version)

>>>Summary Speech of of Professor Magel  at the 6th Summer School 2014

Presentations of the Summer School:

1_Final presentation Cambodia _Prof  Magel

2_ 2014 MDGs SDGs Lange

3_GIZ Summer School-Pen Sophal-The SDGs-11-11-2014

4_Global Land Indicators and Cambodia Administrative Data

5_Relationship of Land Policy and VGTT 


7_National Land Policy for Laos PDR

9_Summer School_Beng Hong Socheat Khemaro


11_Presentation by FLMLA

12_Developing gender-sensitive land policy – Carla Silbert UN Women (1)

13_Phillipine _Gender and Conflict Sensitive RPFP  

14-1_Project planning outline

14-2_ Project planning outline

15_Summer school presentation updated-final

16_Is Land Titling is not enough_Volker Muller-

17_IPC_Registration_Final_Soun Sopha

18_Cambodia_IPs’ Rights to LTR 2014_Phap Sochea

19_Ecosystem services_cambodia_MalyneNEANG_ECOLAND-RUA

20_Impacts on Rural Economic Development in the Great Mekong Sub-Region_Sanjay Gathia-

21_Outlook on the Land Policy _ HE Sar Sovann

22_Land Policy-a ubiquitous and transferable issue_Prof. Dr Fabian

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