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The Land Rights Research and Resources Institute (LARRRI) is a National land rights advocacy organization that was established in September 1994. LARRRI was established to, among other things; spear-head the realization of land rights for rural based small producers (such as peasants, pastoralists, artisan miners, fisher-folks and hunter-gathers) in socially just and equitable manner. This is traditionally done by carrying out programmatic interventions on land rights at grassroots level where majority Tanzanians live and depend entirely on land and land based resources for their livelihood. Since its inception, LARRRI has been able to influence the making of land policy, land laws and related legislation, strengthen land governance institutions in more than 25 districts and 500 villages, secure rights to land of indigent communities through legal aid and conflict arbitration and many other significant achievements. In this plan, LARRRI is implementing activities that fall under three programmatic portfolios namely, Research, Publication and Documentation (RPD), Public Engagement and Advocacy (PEA) and Institutional Management and Programme Support (IMPS). PEA aims at enhancing local communities knowledge base on land matters and their consequent participation in decision making process. As part of implementing its activities through Public Engagement and Advocacy (PEA) programme, LARRRI has been preparing and facilitating Annual National Land Forums that used to draw participants from both within Tanzania and in the East Africa region. In each year a specific theme is selected and discussed.
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