ILC believes civil society leadership is worth strengthening/ILC/Israel Bionyi

Building civil society leadership for land governance in Africa

Thursday, 2nd August 2018

Civil society leadership is worth strengthening, because it can act as a vital force for tenure security and a bastion of democracy

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Manuals & Toolkits

Women's land rights guides for development practitioners

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Land rights reporting workshop Uganda/ILC Africa/Israel Bionyi

CSOs and media train to report land governance effectively

Wednesday, 4th July 2018

Media and civil society partnership is key to improving land governance in Africa

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Manuals & Toolkits

Community guide: How to protect your community’s lands & resources

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Manuals & Toolkits

Oral to Written: Practical Processes in Documenting Community Land Rules

Author: 
Priscilla Aling, Judy Adoko, Suzane Irau
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Webinar: Women and Land Rights

Deadline: 
Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Join Namati on February 14th to examine the most effective strategies to combat diminishing women’s land rights within communities.

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Manuals & Toolkits

Strengthening women's tenure security in Northern Uganda toolkit

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Kilimanjaro Initiative celebrates one year

Monday, 27th November 2017

After a year of pushing for rural women’s land rights and influencing the African Union to endorse the Charter on inclusive rights for women, the Kilimanjaro Initiative reconnects as a movement and agrees to have a comprehensive framework for monitoring the implementation of the Kilimanjaro Rural Women’s demands across African countries.

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Land rights for refugees in Uganda seems safe but more is needed to sustain peace in Sub-Saharan Africa

Sunday, 23rd July 2017

With over 2,800 refugees arriving in Northern Uganda every day, the government is taking steps forward to improving their land rights.

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The Learning Route methodology: An example on women’s land rights from East Africa_Photo credit Procasur

The Learning Route methodology: An example on women’s land rights from East Africa

The Learning Route is a methodology developed by the organisation PROCASUR that facilitates practical learning in the field, through the direct exchange of experiences amongst local champions and rural practitioners. The Learning Route is effective for the exchange of embodied local knowledge...

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