Save the date! 2015 Global Land Forum
Land governance for inclusive development, justice and sustainability: time for action.
Independent Mid-Term Review of the Strategic Framework 2011-2015
Call for membership applications
We are pleased to announce that our call for membership applications is now open.
A global alliance of civil society and intergovernmental organisations working together to promote secure and equitable access to and control over land for poor women and men through advocacy, dialogue, knowledge sharing and capacity building.
Secure and equitable access to and control over land reduces poverty and contributes to identity, dignity and inclusion.
Participatory Rangeland Resource Mapping in Tanzania
A Field Manual to support planning and management in rangelands including in Village Land Use Planning
In the News
How can land governance and support to small scale family farming work together to strengthen food security and reduce poverty?
18.00 - 19.30 pm | FAO, Philippines Room (C277)
José Antonio Osaba (Chair)
World Rural Forum - Foro Rural Mundial / IYFF-AIAF 2014 Civil Society Coordinator
Strategic Framework 2016-2020 formulation
What you see as the main trends on the horizon that will affect your work on land governance? What should ILC be focusing on to create a better context for your work? Which actors should we all be better engaging with? Does ILC need to simply evolve in order to best fulfil its mandate, or is it time for a bigger shake-up in the ways we have been working up to now?
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Unprecedented Case Filed at International Criminal Court Proposes Land Grabbing in Cambodia as a Crime Against Humanity
A case brought to the International Criminal Court this week could change the way we view the problem of "land grabbing" and trigger a major review of how the human rights violations that result ar