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Research report: How collective action can influence the direction of a land reform: lessons learned from civil society mobilisation in Senegal

How collective action can influence the direction of a land reform: lessons learned from civil society mobilisation in Senegal This study and research report, by Philippe Lavigne Delville, Daouda Diagne and Camille Richebourg, examines how Senegalese CSOs operating… Read More

IIED | Protecting Indigenous lands: lessons from Chile

In this article by IIED (International Institute for Environment and Development), the Chilean NGO Observatorio Ciudadano shares their story on how they are supporting Indigenous Peoples to combine Human Rights Impact Assessments with investment chain mapping to hold… Read More

RRI | New research by the Rights and Resources Initiative

The Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) has shared three new technical analyses to serve as a roadmap to scale up land tenure reforms globally. The launch of these analyses is intended to influence donors, policy makers, negotiators, and… Read More

T&F | Land, territory and commons: voices and visions from the struggles

New article by Tomaso Ferrando , Isabel Álvarez Vispo , Molly Anderson , Sophie Dowllar ,Harriet Friedmann , Antonio Gonzalez , Chandra Maracle & Nora McKeon – “Land, territory and commons: voices and visionsfrom the struggles” AbstractAll over… Read More

ILC & Global Land Programme | Securing Land and Territorial Rights for Indigenous Peoples

As indigenous peoples’ land and territorial rights are under threat, the International Land Coalition, the Global Land Programme, and partner groups that take a people-centered land governance approach are committed to their recognition and protection. This recently published… Read More

LAND Special Issue | Expansion of Oil Palm Plantations in Indonesia’s Frontier: Problems of Externalities and the Future of Local and Indigenous Communities

Agus Andrianto 1,*,Heru Komarudin 1 and Pablo Pacheco 1,2 1Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor 16115, Indonesia 2World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Washington, DC 20037, USA Published: 29 March 2019 (This article belongs to the Special Issue Land Governance and (Im)mobility: Exploring the… Read More

ActionAid | Stronger together: Peasants from Malawi and the Netherlands share knowledge

For a farmer, access to land is crucial, but this access is not self-evident for many women. In December 2018, peasant women from Malawi and the Netherlands came together to exchange their knowledge and experience. The exchange showed that the… Read More

Land Rights Now | Earth Day Mobilisation

Secure Community Land Rights Now to Fight Climate Change and Protect our Planet This 22 April, the growing Land Rights Now movement will come together to show that secure land rights are central to fighting climate change.  … Read More

Petition: Indigenous leaders’ initiative for the Long March to Rome

The Long March to Rome was born of a series of discussions held between Dr David Close, Dr Sandra Evers and David J. MacKinnon in Vancouver British Columbia during early Spring, 2014. Further discussions and meetings with numerous… Read More

8 maart: Lancering LAND RIGHTS NOW campaign

Lancering Land Rights Now campaign 8 maart 13.00 – 14.30 Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken, Den Haag De ’Global Call to Action on Indigenous and Community Land Rights’ is een initiatief van Oxfam, Rights and Resources Initiative en de International Land Coalition. De Global… Read More