ILC Asia Members Join the Action to Defend Santal People's Rights on Land

Jueves, 29th Diciembre 2016

Press conference: A sudden attack upon indigenous people and Bengali farmers was takes place at Shahebganj Bagda farm in Gobindaganj upazila (sub-district) under Gaibandha district by police, Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) and local goons on 6 November 2016 hired by Rangpur sugar mills authority & influential political elements aiming to evict indigenous and Bengali farmers.

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ILC members from Argentina and Bangladesh place women’s land rights as CEDAW’s priorities

Martes, 20th Diciembre 2016
Bangladesh Alternative Report to CEDAW
Member resource

An Alternative Report of the Civil Society Organisations in Bangladesh to the CEDAW

Author: 
Kirti Nishan Chakma and Rowshan Jahan Moni
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Coordination Effort in Bangladesh Leads to Stronger National Land Platforms and Joint Strategies through NES

Martes, 25th Octubre 2016

Bangladesh is now entering its 4th quarter of the year 2 of its NES. 

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Discussion paper

Framing the Debate: Islamic Inheritance Laws and Their Impact on Rural Women

Author: 
Frida Khan
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Kaneez Akhtar weeds her spinach field in her village Jandal, Kotli district, AJK (Azad Jammu Kashmir), Pakistan ©IFAD/Asad Zaidi

Islamic inheritance laws and rural women, new issue of ILC Framing the Debate series is out

Martes, 6th Septiembre 2016

«Land rights are particularly important for women’s empowerment and gender equality (…) but they continue to be systematically denied their rights to inheritance, especially in rural areas». The newest issue of ILC’s Framing the Debate series on Islamic inheritance laws and their impact on rural women in Muslim societies finds an interconnected mix of legal, educational, economic, social and political reasons for discriminatory inheritance practices.

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Proposed Amendments (2015) to the Forest Act of 1927 and the Rights of Forest Reliant People

Bangladesh
Miércoles, 4th Mayo 2016
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