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Robin McLaren Know Edge Ltd Edinburgh, UK robin.mclaren@KnowEdge.com
Robin McLaren Know Edge Ltd Edinburgh, UK robin.mclaren@KnowEdge.com
Excellent Current Experience USAID Mobile Project - 3 pilot projects starting in Tanzania (Cloudburst). Rainforest Foundation UK Forest Peoples Programme The Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN) Namati First Peoples Worldwide Kyrgyzstan (World Bank) Rwanda …….. Source: http://uwnews.org © MapMyRights3
4 Source: http://www.wallpick.com/free-nature-sunshine.html
© MapMyRights5 Source: http://www.wallpick.com/free-nature-sunshine.html "Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman." Justice Louis D. Brandeis
© MapMyRights6 Source: http://www.wallpick.com/free-nature-sunshine.html Sometimes you have to create your own sunshine. That is what Crowdsourcing will do.
© MapMyRights7 Source: http://www.mol.gov.vu/lands-lr.php Crowdsourcing will shine sunlight into the darkest recesses of Land Administration
Why Do We Need Crowdsourcing? Source: http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-11778223 © MapMyRights8
The need for scale Current Land Administration Systems are geographically limited and lack scale 9© MapMyRights Only operational in 30 - 50 mainly OECD and transition countries in central Asia. Source: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov
Having the capacity to deliver Limited Land Professional capacity 10© MapMyRights FIG represents 350,000 Land Professionals world-wide 1,100,000,000 Slum Dwellers world-wide In 2010 Uganda only had 38 licensed surveyors There are not enough professionals. The current paradigm is frustrating demand. There are not enough professionals. The current paradigm is frustrating demand. Source: www.flikr.com
Recognizing everyone 75% world’s population have no access to formal Land Administration services 11© MapMyRights Tenure insecurity has a knock on effect on sustainable cities, climate change management, food security, poverty alleviation and more. Only 25% of the 6 billion land parcels worldwide are formally registered and have robust security of tenure. Source: http://reliefweb.int/map/world/world-food-security-risk-index-2013 Focus of Crowdsourcing
Why Do We Need A Global Platform and Ecosystem for Crowdsourced Land Rights? Source: http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-11778223 © MapMyRights12
Why a global platform that is secure, free, open and transparent to all? 13 Need to reduce fragmentation - NGOs and stakeholders are developing their own platforms and islands of information. Need industrial strength, robust platform that users can trust and is scalable. Need to provide appropriate levels of information security that users can select. Need to monitor and minimise misuse. Need to introduce Wiki and e-Commerce quality assurance approaches. © MapMyRights
MapMyRights Source: http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-11778223 © MapMyRights14
MMR Vision 15© MapMyRights To support indigenous people, local communities and citizens to directly capture and record evidence of their land rights and other resource rights and to post their evidence on a global platform that is secure, free, open and transparent to all.
16 © MapMyRights Core Geo-Spatial Platform Collaborative Platform Applications (3 rd Parties) Land Rights & other Land Information OSM Satellite Imagery Topo Mapping ……… OSM Satellite Imagery Topo Mapping ……… Source: http://www.hudsonfla.com Content (3 rd Parties) Provision of Global Infrastructure Platform Open APIs MMR Infrastructure Core APIs
© MapMyRights17 Citizens / Communities MMR Foundation Academics Open Source Developer Community Professional Bodies Donors / Partners NGOs / CSOs Value Added Resellers Commercial Service Users Evolving the MMR Ecosystem 17© MapMyRights
18 Formalize Crowdsourced Land Rights Crowdsourced land rights Engage National Land Registration and Cadastral Agencies in MMR initiative and define new processes to formalise land rights Formal land rights
19 Know Edge Ltd19 Let’s make land administration by the people for the people a distinctly 21 st Century phenomenon. © MapMyRights
Goal 20© MapMyRights MapMyRights – plans to launch May 2014 ….. the preferred landing spot for global land rights Source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Island 20
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