UN Habitat / Global Land Tool Network Scope - a) Documenting good practices and lessons learned on tenure security in the Muslim world; b. Encouraging knowledge development and capacity development on good land practices; c. Identifying innovative tenure security tools and approaches to be further developed and tested; d. Identifying land rights champions (individuals and organisations) in the Muslim world.
ELIGIBILITY The competition is open to all individuals interested in contributing. People of all nationalities, backgrounds, gender, faith and age groups are encouraged to participate. There is no formal education qualification or affiliation required to enter the competition, as the only condition is abiding by the rules of the competition, including granting UN-Habitat / GLTN the intellectual property of the papers submitted.
Submissions can be done individually or by teams of individuals. Where relevant, the organisational or institutional affiliation will be acknowledged. It is the responsibility of participants to credit all of their partners in the case they submit. All named authors are considered as equal contributors, and equally entitled to the rewards of the competition, regardless of the seniority of the team members.