Learning to action: how an initiative transforms land protection in remote settings across the world
Rachael Knight, Senior Advisor for Land, Namati
Thursday, 13th September 2018
From the Namati Blog series 1/6
In early February 2018, seven NGOs met for a weeklong workshop in Aberdare, Kenya, to take-part in the ILC’s Community Land Protection Co-Learning Initiative. The Initiative aims to build a supportive community of practice to facilitate learning between community land rights advocates. The Initiative’s emphasis on peer-to-peer learning, rather than on expert-led training or capacity building, is designed to explicitly acknowledge practitioners’ expertise and to celebrate each participant’s unique knowledge and experience.
Dashboard: Update, Pilots, and Local-to-Global Ambitions
Tuesday, 10th April 2018
After seven consultations across four continents involving hundreds of members and partners over the past 18 months, the Dashboard monitoring tool for people-centred land governance is finally approaching the gates.
Creating a global 'land rights family': from knowledge to action
Brendan Schwartz (IIED), Co-Facilitator of Community Land Initiative
Tuesday, 13th March 2018
Community land rights are the focus of two new initiatives. The first, launched with an 'action shop' in Kenya, enables civil society organisations to share knowledge and chart new paths; the second supports communities to seek legal redress for violated rights.
People-centered land governance was the main topic of the National Engagement Strategy Workshop, which took place on 23 November 2017 in Chisinau. The event was organized by NGO BIOS in partnership with International Land Coalition (ILC).