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Rule of law and Food systems transformation dialogue

To mark World Food Day 2023, IDLO, KPSRL, LANDac, and NFP co-convened a dialogue between stakeholders in the food security, land governance and rule of law communities to foster engagement between Dutch and international policymakers and practitioners, and… Read More

African Youth Engagement in Land Governance

On the sidelines of the land inequality report launch, ILC co-organised the Youth and Land Conference 2020. In this blogpost, Gerdien Archterberg, ILC Africa research intern, shares her experience of speaking to a wide range of stakeholders on… Read More

LANDac | Guatemala Blogs Updated

Jur Schuurman’s blog series on Guatemala have been updated. In this series, Jur tells the story of Guatemalan land issues from many perspectives: land ownership and tenure, urban and rural land use, the (non-) governmental institutional setting, connections… Read More

LANDac | Guatemala Blog Series #7: Some land governance institutions in Guatemala and their performance

The seventh blog in our Guatemala Blog Series by Jur Schuurman is out: It will be no surprise to the readers of this blog that the institutional environment for land governance in Guatemala has its shortcomings. In the previous… Read More

LANDac | Blog Building Towards Ownership: Exploring the Role of a Community Land Trust in Sustainable Development

In this blog, Eva Labrujere explores how local knowledge and a community-based approach can provide a base for a strategic framework to guide sustainable development in Mathare Valley (Nairobi, Kenya). The developed integrative strategic framework aims to build towards overcoming… Read More

LANDac | Guatemala Blog Series #6: Land and the judiciary – an uncertain future

The sixth blog in our Guatemala Blog Series by Jur Schuurman is out: Last December I wrote that Guatemala “is going through a political and constitutional crisis that has everything to do with the struggle of certain sectors… Read More