Following attendance as an observer of the GLTN Partner Meeting in The Hague, The Netherlands in November 2013, LANDac joined the GLTN Network on 26 February 2014.
LANDac was established in 2010 and is a network of universities, civil society organizations, the Dutch government and a private partners together with Southern partner organizations. The partners are the International Development Studies (Utrecht University), African Studies Centre (Leiden University), Agriterra, Disaster Studies (Wageningen University), Hivos, the Royal Tropical Institute, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Triodos Facet.
LANDac's core mission is to bring together researchers, policy makers and practitioners in the field of land governance and development. For more information on LANDac, visit their website on www.landgovernance.org.
Through its network and current activities, LANDac will contribute to the dissemination of GLTN values and outputs and participate in GLTN partner events.