KPA encourages TORA implementation through the Forestry Area Relinquishment Scheme

Thursday, 3rd August 2017

In relation to the current situation of agrarian conflict and poverty occurring in the forestry area of Indonesia, KPA (Konsorsium Pembaruan Agraria) and its network met with Siti Nurbaya, the Minister of  the Forestry and Environment Ministry (KLHK), to discuss further on the Agrarian Reform in forestry area. 

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Unifying the heterogeneity to collectively pursue a shared vision fighting for equal rights for women

Thursday, 3rd August 2017

An inspiring and lively training on grassroots leadership was organized by our member, SWADHINA, in Kalkuta, India. Diverse participants and presenters coming from different castes, states and other backgrounds took part in the training. It was a good opportunity for participants to learn and share experiences from one another. It allowed them to have a better understanding of what type of leadership can be exercised at a practical level, especially when it comes to women’s land rights.

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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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Se realizó foro para avanzar en la construcción de una política de adaptación al cambio climático en la región Trifinio

Thursday, 20th July 2017

El 20 y 21 de julio se realizó el Primer Foro sobre Cambio Climático y Adaptación en la Región Trifinio  (El Salvador, Guatemala y Honduras) en Esquipulas, Guatemala.

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2017 HLPF : Land rights as a way to achieve Sustainable Development Goals

Wednesday, 12th July 2017

As 2017 High Level Political Forum takes place in New York during 10-19 July 2017, ASIA takes its position to ensure that Land Rights is one of the crucial element to achieve the SDGs.

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Pastoralist parliament as a way to amplify their voice to the government of India

Monday, 10th July 2017

The pastoralists (Maldhari in Gujarati) are largely remaining as the unheard and the unseen in the development agenda, both at the state, nor at the national level. Their zero representation in the policies making process, which are seen to adversely affect the existence of the pastoralists, has also becomes an undeniable fact.

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