Chile

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Area Total 743,532 km2 (287,079.31 sq mi) Population Estimated 18,729,160
Density 25.19/km2 (65.24 sq mi) GDP $15,923.36 per capita

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Indicator score table

Each commitment consists of several indicators. Hover over the cards to see the indicator names.

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Secure Tenure Rights
1A
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- Legal and institutional framework in place at national level for securing tenure rights, for different types of tenure and by sex
1B
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- Women and men with legally recognized documentation or secure rights to land, disaggregated by type of tenure
1C
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- Women and men who perceive their rights to land are protected against dispossession or eviction, disaggregated by type of tenure
Strong Small-Scale Farming Systems
2A
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- Legal and institutional framework in place at national level to support family farmers
2B
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- National budget and support programs dedicated to family farming
2C.1
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- Equitable land distribution, by size
2C.2
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- Productivity Gap
Diverse Tenure Systems
3A
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- Legal and institutional framework in place at national level recognizes a continuum of individual and communal land rights, including secondary rights of tenants, sharecroppers, and pastoralists
3B
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- Implementation of diverse tenure rights and regimes, including secondary rights of tenants, sharecroppers, and pastoralists
3C
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- Those living on community land perceive their rights to land are protected against dispossession or eviction, disaggregated by sex
Equal Land Rights for Women
4A
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- Legal and institutional framework regarding land, in place at national level, is gender-responsive
4B
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- Share of women among owners or rights-bearers of agricultural land, by type of tenure
4C
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- Women who perceive their rights to land are protected against dispossession or eviction, disaggregated by type of tenure
Secure Territorial Rights for Indigenous People
5A
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- Legal and institutional framework in place at national level recognizes indigenous peoples’ right to land, territories, and resources
5B
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- Implementation of tenure rights on indigenous lands
5C.1
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- Indigenous peoples who perceive their rights to land are protected against dispossession or eviction, disaggregated by sex
5C.2
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- Percent of land held or used by indigenous peoples that is recognized
Locally Managed Ecosystems
6A
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- Legal and institutional framework in place at national level promotes the local andsustainable management of ecosystems
6B
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- Rural districts where land use change and land development are governed by sustainable use plans that take account of the rights and interest of the local land users and owners
6C
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- Local control of land and ecosystems
Inclusive Decision Making
7A
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- Legal and institutional framework in place at national level promotes the equitable representation of women and men in decision making
7B
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- Rural land use management and changes based on public and community input
7C
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- Target groups including women, youth, and holders of customary rights have access to and are supported to engage in multi-stakeholder platforms
Transparent and Accessible Information
8A
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- Legal and institutional framework in place at national level calls for timely, reliable and accessible data on land and land-related issues
8B
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- National information on public land deals are made publicly available
8C
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- Corruption in the land sector
Effective Actions Against Land Grabbing
9A
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- Legal and institutional framework in place at national level to prevent land grabbing in private and public investments and includes the existence of procedural safeguards
9B.1
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- Cases where attempted land rights violations were challenged
9B.2
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- Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) and other safeguards are implemented in large-scale land transactions
9C
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- Land grabbing cases where corrective action was taken against violators
Protection of Land Rights Defenders
10A
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- Legal and institutional framework in place at national level to protect land rights defenders
10B
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- Protective measures ensure the safety of land and environmental defenders
10C
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- Land and environment defenders threatened, harassed, arrested, jailed, killed, or missing, disaggregated by sex

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