Highlighting the Foundation for Ecological Security's work in India this Earth Day

Monday, 24th April 2017

In Gogunda district, Rajasthan India, four communities set aside their differences to come together to form the Village Forest Protection and Management Committee as a way to conserve their forest through secured land rights.

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Landless community in Bangladesh stand their ground against local elites

Thursday, 13th April 2017

In a country where approximately 25% live under the poverty line, and more than 10% are considered extremely poor[1], one of the greatest riches one can dream of is having land and benefiting from its bounties. As the saying goes, "land is life" and in the case in Rampur – a landless peasant community in Bangladesh – this is no exception.

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Study result on Women’s Relation to Land And Their Contribution To Agriculture Was Being Amplified in Bangladesh

Wednesday, 12th April 2017

A study shown that in Bangladesh, agriculture sector is becoming increasingly dependent on women's participation, yet however, in the bottom picture is women do not get institutional recognition as farmers in the Bangladesh Agricultural Policy 2013. 

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ILC Capacity Building on Spatial Data Management for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (IPLC)

Wednesday, 12th April 2017

ILC Asia member in the Philippines, PAFID (Philippines Association for Intercultural Development, Inc.) organized a training on Spatial Data management at Brentwood Suites, Quezon City, and the Dagwey Training Center, Imugan, Santa Fe, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines. 

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How The Bangladesh Government Addressed the Indigenous Women Issue In The Country

Tuesday, 11th April 2017

Bangladesh Government does not tolerate any crime. This idea has been ratified by many international conventions in order to enhance the human rights condition of the country. 

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Women's Public Leadership In Peace

Monday, 10th April 2017

“Only social movements can address social change” - Santiago, on women’s involvement in public spaces, said that. Having worked with indigenous and Muslim women most of her life, she said “if by tradition, women and girls are designated to set the family dining table, then another table has been put up to which can be attributed some of the successful stages of the talks, the peace table is set-up and put into strategic position by the women themselves.”

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