Respect, protect and strengthen the land rights of women and men living in poverty, ensuring that no one is deprived of the use and control of the land on which their well-being and human dignity depend, including through eviction, expulsion or exclusion, and with compulsory changes to tenure undertaken only in line with international law and standards on human rights.

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LEARN, SHARE AND BE INSPIRED: Learning from the Database of Good Practices - Equal Land Rights for Women

ILC's Commitment 4 seeks to promote gender justice in land matters; including both de jure and de facto equality in land rights for women. ILC’s Database of...

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NES Albania

Learning from NES Albania. Good Practices from a Multi-Stakeholder Platform

NES Albania is supported by CSOs, MPs, academic institutions, the World Bank and SIDA. The Government considers it a credible and trustworthy point of reference to consult on issues of land and forest governance. How did NES Albania get there? First, the identification of common challenges in...

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UNDP

Improving indigenous women’s access to land and participation in natural resource management

In Halimun Salak, West Java, Indonesia, Kasepuhan women were landless, and were excluded from land-related decision-making and natural resource management. The society is traditional, and is governed by strict customary law (adat) and practices. As a result of gender roles, women were...

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SER

Peruvian indigenous women defend their land rights and become community leaders

SER Association promoted changes in 25 community statutes to formally include women in decision-making processes. It also developed women´s capacities to improve their effectiveness in their new roles as community leaders. Nowadays, 20 women in the Andean regions of Ayacucho and Puno have joined...

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Intersectoral coordination for community water management

The Tulumba Valley or in the local Comechingon language, “place where used to be water,” is located 130 km from the city of Cordoba. Although it was a naturally-privileged site, residents lost their livelihoods after an extensive drought period, with water scarcity...

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Sustainable forest management ties indigenous group together against eviction threats

In order to oppose logging activities in their territories (on-going since 1968)  and an attempt of eviction by the State (in 1992), the indigenous people of Huay Hin Lad Nai village, Northern Thailand, have established traditional forest management techniques...

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