National committees for Family Farming in Colombia and Indonesia achieve the approval of important regulations in support of family farming
Friday, 1st June 2018
The National Committees for Family Farming in Indonesia and Colombia have promoted processes of political dialogue between key players in Family Farming, leading to the approval of new regulations for the development of Family Farming in their respective countries. In Indonesia, the Law on the Protection and Empowerment of Farmers in central Java has been approved. In Colombia, strategic public policy guidelines for Family Farming were approved.
National committees for family farming in Colombia and Indonesia achieve the approval of important regulations in support of family farming
Friday, 11th May 2018
Also, various National Committees for Family Farming in Africa are involved in processes for the creation of national public policies and are playing a key role in defending the interests of Family Farming
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Last month, ILC members the Global Land Tool Network and World Bank along with UN-Habitat, the Arab League and the Arab Union of Surveyors held the first Arab Land Conference in Dubai with the objective of "exchanging knowledge, promoting regional cooperation and developing capacities and innovation in land governance and real estate reforms to promote the social and economic development in the Arab region."
The ILC family is growing: 63 organisations join the coalition
Wednesday, 28th March 2018
In 2017, ILC opened its arms and accepted 63 new organisations across the globe to join the ILC Family! Through this expansion ILC widened its reach to new countries, increased capacities across ILC's 10 commitments and strengthened ILC's voice in its fight for equitable land rights.
Arab champions commit to work together to improve land governance in the region
Tuesday, 13th March 2018
The first Arab Land Conference – held from 26 to 28 February in Dubai, UAE – marked the beginning of a new era for the land sector in the region. Over 300 delegates from 13 Arab countries met and discussed ways to deliver on social and economic development priorities by addressing underlying land-related challenges.