#16Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence begin!

ILC joins the #16Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence

Monday, 28th November 2016

From November 25th to December 10th, ILC is collaborating with RRI, FPP, Oxfam and Land is Life to support the #16Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence.  

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Jagdeesh Rao Puppala - Foundation for Ecological Security

ILC member FES received Vodafone Foundation 'Mobile for Good' Award 2016

Tuesday, 22nd November 2016

The ILC would like to extend a warm congratulations to member organisation Foundation for Ecological Security (FES) on receiving Vodafone Foundation "Mobile for Good" Award 2016.  

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ILC Asia Held Business and Human Rights Meeting to Discuss National Action Plan for the Asia Region

Tuesday, 15th November 2016

ILC Asia, supported by Oxfam in Indonesia was holding a meeting on Business and Human Rights in Makassar city, Sulawesi, Indonesia on November 8th, 2016.

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NES Cambodia - Participatory Work on Land Dispute Resolution

Monday, 14th November 2016

NES conducted quarterly meeting with NES members, there were NGOF, FNN, WMC, CLEC, ADIC and SK in order to discuss about activities and sharing information regarding the project. SK and NGO Forum had jointly activities at the national and provincial levels in order to have collective voice of advocacy activities.

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Indonesian Agrarian Reform Organization convenes the Symposium and 7th National Assembly

Monday, 14th November 2016

ILC Asia host in Indonesia, Konsorsium Pembaruan Agraria (KPA) was convening its Symposium and 7th National Assembly (MUNAS) throughout November 8th to 10th, 2016 in Makassar City, Ujung Pandang, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. 

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Access to justice and legal tools key for rural communities across the world

Thursday, 3rd November 2016

Conflicts as a result of land disputes are all too common in many parts of the world.  Whatever the source, there is no doubt that what makes the situation worse is the tangible distance between people and the justice system. More often than not, existing legal frameworks and laws are either unknown or underutilised by the people they are meant to help most. So why does this gap exist? Often rooted in a lack of knowledge and trust in the institutions, increasingly complex bureaucracy and procedures, and even legal loopholes. But change is happening, and a movement of increasing people's legal understanding, underway. 

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