This training course from the Global Land Tool Network is part of the Network’s activities on Islamic dimensions of land. In most Muslim countries Islamic law, principles and practices make an important contribution to shaping access to land. GLTN therefore has as one of its objectives the identification and development of Islamic land tools and case studies through a cross-cultural, interdisciplinary and global process, owned by Muslims, but also including other civil society and development partners.
Principal author: Siraj Sait
Sponsors: Norwegian Government and Swedish International Development Cooperation
Contributors: Åsa Jonsson, Solomon Haile, Caylee Hong, Hilary Lim and participants of the Expert Group Meeting: Antony Lamba, Ahmed O. El-Kholei, Amyn Mussa, Barry Kulik, Fiona McCluney, Namukasa Aishah, Najmul Hassan, Nfally Badiane, Saad Yahya, Safiya O. Tani, Salbiah Ahmad, Sellini Naila, Syed Khalid Rashid, Syed Nazim Ali, Zeinabou Hadari, Mohamed El-Sioufi and Clarissa Augustinus.