National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights is formulated in Bangladesh

Monday, 10th September 2018

The discourse on business and human rights is relatively new for the International Land Coalition (ILC), nevertheless, it has been realized that the business community (corporations in particular) must indeed be involved in discussing the impact of their business operations on rural people in general, because ILC generally puts forward what is commonly known as dialogue involving many parties in order to resolve land issues (multi-stakeholder platforms).

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Farmers in Indonesia is heading towards land ownership

Friday, 31st August 2018

After a long process of advocacy and struggle, the Mangkit Peasant Union (SPM) in Belang District, Southeast Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, finally found a bright spot.

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The 9th Pastoral Parliament –Making Pastorals’ Voices Audible

Thursday, 19th July 2018

Pastoral men, women, youth and children gathering since morning at Rabari Dharmashala at Ambaji in Gujarat, India. Slowly they became like a family of 3000 people. The cheers, energy and enthusiasm can be seen on their faces.

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Identifying common priorities: a dialogue with multi-stakeholders working on land issues in Nepal

Thursday, 19th July 2018

A recent meeting with key stakeholders and the Ministry of Agriculture, Land Management and Cooperatives (MOALMC) established new relationships with the government of Nepal to start a new Multi-Stakeholder Platform to promote people-centred land governance, with more governmental leadership.

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Indonesia CSOs Emphasize Commitment to Support Global Land Forum

Monday, 16th July 2018

Consortium for Agrarian Reform (KPA) of Indonesia organized a friendly gathering last week, on July 12, 2018 by inviting the CSOs, Peasant Unions, and KPA’s founding fathers. The gathering was intended to strengthen the bond between the CSOs toward the Global Land Forum 2018 which to be held in Indonesia on September this year.

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17th session of the UNPFII: UNPFII Observes Land Issues in Bangladesh

Sunday, 15th July 2018

The 17th session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) urged the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) to declare roadmap for implementation of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) Accord, to execute powers and functions of the CHT Regional Council and three Hill District Councils and to approve Rules of Business of the CHT Land Commission.

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