Research is a component under the Knowledge Management Department. Research plays an important role in ULA advocacy process. It provides information and data to be used in protecting the land rights of the vulnerable as well as ensuring that fair land laws and policies are put in place. ULA as a learning organization needs to constantly build new knowledge both on ULA activities and the land sector in general.
Under the ULA strategic plan 2008 – 2013, ULA prioritised to undertake research on the following key areas of concern:
Under the scope of this strategic plan, a number of research projects have been undertaken some solely by ULA and others conducted in partnership with other reputable research institutions. These researches are summarised in the texts below.
Apart from undertaking independent research projects, ULA continuously carries out data collection in the respective project areas as a way of assessing progress in project implementation. In addition ULA regularly carries out action research as a way of systematically engaging beneficiaries to reflect on their situation so as to cause change.
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