About The International Conference
The discussions of agrarian arrangement, land administration and spatial planning should be seen as an integrated entity and cannot be separated one another. On a traditional sense, land administration has the function ofproviding land data for taxation purposes, yet on a broadercontext, recent development refer to the establishment of land administration system scoping a more extensive function such as supporting economic development, environmental management, and social stability and justice . In this condition, the need of an integrated land administration system, covering aspects of agrarian arrangement and spatial planning, is inevitable. Moreover, land information system can be used as an instrument to achieve sustainable development, by means of providing spatial data and attribute information to provide spatial planning, development strategies and other spatial based decision making.
- Land Administration Technology (i) Multi-purpose cadaster, 3D cadaster and marine cadaster on land management and spatial planning. (ii) Parcel-based one map policy on land administration, spatial planning and development. (iii) Participatory mapping on land administration and management. (iv) Licensed cadaster surveyor and its challenge on education 4.0 era.
- Smart City for Sustainable Development (i) Challenges and opportunities to establish smart city. (ii) Support of land data in establishing smart city. (iii) Smart city initiatives, good governance and sustainable development. (iv) Information and technology in implementing smart city.
- Multi-Sectors Land Management (i) Customary land, communal land and indigenous people and its position on land law. (ii) Synchronization of land law regulations. (iii) Toward positive land registration in Indonesia. (iv) Land dispute: strategy, solution and conflict mediation. (v) Land acquisition and sustainable development.
- Agrarian Reform (i) Agrarian reform policy and its best practices. (ii) Urban agrarian reform. (iii) Land, poverty and inequalities. (iv) Gender and generation on agrarian affairs.
- Spatial Planning and Disaster Risk Reduction (i) Land use and land control management on spatial planning context. (ii) Community empowerment on land, agrarian and spatial planning. (iii) Land management and spatial planning policies for disaster risk reduction. (iv) Challenge of spatial planning in developing country.
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September 17, 2019
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