Dissemination of Senegal's land policy document as part of the country's National Engagement Strategy formulation process

Friday, 2nd February 2018

In the context of the National Engagement Strategy (NES) formulation process, the ILC and the FAO helped CNCR, IPAR, IED Afrique, CICODEV and their partners of the CRAFS alliance organise a meeting in the Mboro agro-ecological zone, with the aim of gathering feedback from the grassroot level and defining a legal framework which would be relevant to the farmers' needs.

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The Decade Of Family Farming 2019-2028 officially adopted by the United Nations General Assembly

Friday, 22nd December 2017

The IYFF +10 World Coordination Committee, leader of the campaign for the declaration of the International Year of Family Farming 2014 and the Decade now, is developing an Action Plan to be presented to FAO, IFAD and Governments.

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Full implementation of the SDGs landrights indicators needed to ensure a successful Agenda 2030

Thursday, 9th November 2017
Recommendation for the Inter-Agency Expert Group on SDGs (IAEG-SDG) meeting, 11-14 November 2017, Manama, Bahrain
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Local Communities and Land Governance in the Arab States Meeting

Tuesday, 26th September 2017

- PRESS RELEASE - 
Tafila, Jordan - Dana and Qadisiyah Local Community Cooperative and the International Land Coalition are happy to announce they will be holding a conference on Local Communities, Pastoralism and Land Governance in the Arab States in Tafila, Jordan. 

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Ogiek Indigenous Peoples win historic battle against government in African land rights case

Friday, 26th May 2017

ILC member, Minority Rights Group International (MRG) argues the 8 year-long Ogiek case to victory in front of the African Court on Human and Peoples Rights, which recognises the Ogiek's indigenous status and their right to reparations from the government of Kenya.

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[ACTION ALERT] With their feet buried in cement, Kendeng Farmers appeal to President

Thursday, 23rd March 2017

The Kendeng farmers call on the President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, to revoke the license for the state-owned cement maker PT Semen Indonesia in Rembang, Central Java. If this factory is built the effects on both the environment and the lives of hundreds of local farmers will be disastrous. Paddy fields – their main sources of agriculture and income - will be damaged and mountainous water sources under severe risk of contamination. 
Please take action and sign on to their letter in solidarity: http://tinyurl.com/nx8xl4n 

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