Michael Taylor is the Programme Manager for Global Policy and Africa Programmes at the secretariat of the International Land Coalition (ILC), hosted by IFAD in Rome. He holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of Edinburgh. He has worked for 15 years on community-based natural resource management and land tenure questions for intergovernmental organizations, NGOs and government. His current work at the ILC is dedicated to the promotion of secure and equitable access to and control over land for poor women and men through advocacy, dialogue and capacity building.
Atkinson D., Taylor M. and Matose F. 2006. Management of some commons in southern Africa: Implications for policy. Policy Brief 23. Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies. International Land Coalition. Rome Miggiano L., Taylor M. and Mauro A. (compiled by). 2010. Links between Land Tenure Security and Food Security. Contribution of the International Land Coalition to the Updating of the High Level Task Force’s (HLTF) Comprehensive Framework for Action (CFA). Rome Taylor M. and Bending T., 2009. Increasing commercial pressure on land: Building a coordinated response. Discussion paper. July. International Land Coalition Secretariat. Rome