Africa Assembly day 2 and 3: learning from 1 year of implementation

Martes, 19th Septiembre 2017

On Wednesday and Thursday, 13 and 14 September, ILC Africa regional assembly delegates discussed lessons from 2016/17 activities, voted new steering committee members and adopted decisions on 2017/18 strategy and reports of the 2016 regional assembly and the 2017 regional implementation.

ILC Africa Regional Assembly 2017: Summary of day one

Marie Christelle DJUKO
Viernes, 15th Septiembre 2017

Over 200 lecturers, masters, and PhD students in Cameroon receive practical knowledge on land reforms as ILC Africa kicks off its Regional Assembly at the University of Yaounde 2.

Critical Steps towards the Kilimanjaro Initiative by West African Women and Youth

Activista International (ActionAid)
Viernes, 7th Octubre 2016

This month, an iconic event at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania will take place. The Kilimanjaro initiative seeks to mobilize rural women from across Africa using women’s rights to land and productive resources as an entry point to define the future they want. 

Protecting Land and Community Resources in Africa

Rachael Knight
Jueves, 11th Febrero 2016

Namati is co-publishing a book that focuses on innovative land rights protection for communities in Africa. This blog post provides an overview of the threats and opportunities facing land advocates, while summarising the main lessons learned from the book.

Out scaling sustainable rangeland management for secure rangeland reserves in Tanzania

Fiona Flintan, Rangelands Governance Scientist, ILRI
Miércoles, 12th Agosto 2015

On Monday 20 July 2015, in a meeting organised by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) together with other partners in the livestock sector in Tanzania, President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete launched the Tanzania’s Livestock Modernization Initiative (TLMI).

Gender Evaluation Criteria: a key moment for scaling up

Elisabetta Cangelosi
Miércoles, 1st Abril 2015

21-23 January, Lukenya, Nairobi -  GLTN, Huairou Commission and the ILC jointly organised a learning exchange with the community of practices involved in the use of the Gender Evaluation Criteria: a tool elaborated by GLTN to assess land policies and laws against gender justice in order to promote gender-responsive land governance.