Encuentro con jóvenes y organizaciones campesinas en Cayambé, Ecuador

Sunday, 11th September 2016
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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

Tuesday, 6th September 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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La Estrategia a favor de la gobernanza responsable de la tierra en Ecuador firma convenio de cooperación con COPISA

Wednesday, 31st August 2016
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Sign on: Open letter to the Environment Minister of Panama to withdraw Barro Blanco’s registration under the Clean Development Mechanism

Thursday, 25th August 2016

Sign on Letter to the Minister of the Environment in Panama regarding Barro Blanco dam and protection of Ngabe Bugle Indigenous Lands.  The below letter calls on the Minister to withdraw the approval of Barro Blanco from the UN Clean Development Mechanism.  

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La ILC felicita a Colombia por el acuerdo de paz alcanzado

Thursday, 25th August 2016

Luego de 52 años de conflicto armado, el Gobierno de Colombia y las FARC anunciaron que se llegó a un acuerdo final y definitivo para lograr la paz en el país.

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The Unfinished Agenda with the Government on Land Issue in India

Tuesday, 9th August 2016

EktaParishad, a non-violent, people’s movement that works for the land, water and forest rights of the marginalized communities in India is now having several actions to proceed the movement on ensuring Homestead land rights to crores of homeless families through the ‘National Homestead Land Rights Act’. The majority of homeless would have got right to land through this Act. 

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