The Argentina National Land Observatory (NLO) launched in June 2018, and is part of the Latin America Regional Focal Point (RFP), hosted by the Foundation for Development in Justice and Peace (FUNDAPAZ).
In coordination with other organisations and observatories, the main objectives of the NLO are to improve the Land Matrix database through the identification of large-scale land acquisitions (LSLAs), carry out research about their social and environmental effects in Argentina, and make visible the land-grabbing phenomenon and its social, environmental and legal effects, as well as its relation with land access of rural and indigenous communities. The NLO aims to use the information to influence local and national policies, assist research institutions, such as universities, in their research, and resolve land conflicts.
What are National Land Observatories?
NLOs are funded activities at country level. They initiate decentralised tasks and strive for more inclusive participation of local partners in collecting, managing, and reviewing land data, thereby promoting transparency and accountability in decision-making processes over land and investments in their countries.
NLOs are an important tool which:
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Find out more about LSLAs in Argentina through our map, dataset, and charts below. You can also download the Argentina country profile here.
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