92 years of longing paid off through the land redistribution of land certificate from the Government

Monday, 29th October 2018

The peasants in Mangkit Village, North Sumatera, Indonesia can finally sigh a relief when finally the land in the village is officially redistributed by the Government. The state, through the ministry of Agrarian and Spatial / National Land Agency recognises and issues the certificate for the land which once owned by PT Asiatik Company

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Right to Food and Food Security

Tuesday, 16th October 2018

On World Food Day 2018 and the second to the last day of filing of Certificates of Candidacy (COCs), around 300 members from various marginalized sectors and advocacy groups in the Philippines are gathering in front of Palacio del Gobernador, Intramuros, today, October 16, 2018, to send a message to the voters and aspiring politicians—food security over personal interests.

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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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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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Multi-stakeholders Engagement on Land Governance is Promoted in Nepal

Sunday, 15th July 2018

People centered land governance (PCLG) has been being implemented by Nepal CSOs in couple years where the participation of broader stakeholders is highly demanding.

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Ensuring land tenure rights to marginalised and vulnerable communities in India

Friday, 9th March 2018

India faces enormous challenges in its quest to develop in a socially conscience, economically and environmentally just manner.  In regards to developing responsible land governance, it remains a complex issue aggravated by a combination of systematic legal and institutional failures. Institutions that govern land, market and societies have fundamental weaknesses to address land and property issues of poor rural women and men, Tribals, and Dalits.

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