Walk the talk

Fridah Githuku, Executive Director of GROOTS Kenya
Monday, 14th January 2019

Rural women demand for accountability on land rights in Africa as we celebrate the second anniversary of the Kilimanjaro Initiative.

What makes civil society land networks effective and durable?

Cara Scott and Emmanuel Sulle
Tuesday, 18th December 2018

Networks provide an increasingly popular organizational structure for collective action on land rights in Africa and elsewhere around the world, but sustaining networks’ impact, engagement, and resourcing can be challenging.

Knowledge sharing at the GLF 2018

Dr Ibrahima Ka, Researcher at IPAR
Wednesday, 31st October 2018

From September 24 to 27, 2018, delegations from all over the world responded to the call of the International Land Coalition for the Global Land Forum (GLF) in Bandung, historic city of Indonesia.

Highlights from the Global Land Forum 2018

Tuesday, 30th October 2018

During the last day of the Global Land Forum (GLF), on September 27 2018, a question about a line in the declaration sparked a long debate that lasted almost one hour, in a session that was meant to conclude in just a few minutes. 

From land use planning to bylaws

Masalu Luhula – Land Based Investment (LBI) Coordinator, TNRF
Friday, 14th September 2018

From the Namati Blog series 6/6

In this globalised world, thinking short term is no longer an option for villages. Being strategic and visionary- visibly so- is mandatory

An inclusive multi-stakeholders approach empowers pastoral communities in Tanzania

Gilbert Tarimo and Savior Mbele
Thursday, 2nd August 2018

Learning from how an approach gets better at securing grazing rights of pastoralists and gender equity in Tanzania 

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