LOOKING BACK AT 2022: A YEAR IN REVIEW
ILC is who are members are, bringing together diverse organisations - from intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations, research centres and academic institutions, constituency-based organisations and social movements.
ILC’s Members appreciate and capitalise upon ILC’s diversity of and work together as a coalition of equals.
Working together in over 60 platforms across the globe, ILC members are conceiving, leading and joining forces in particular countries and across countries on a particular theme.
ILC platforms can be either thematic or nationally focused.
Our collective goal as a network is to respond to the needs and protect the rights of those who live on and from the land: people-centred land governance
This means that the women, men and communities who live on and from the land, should be the ultimate decision-makers on how their land and natural resources are used.
The power of our network
To guide our individual and collective efforts, ILC’s members agreed on 10 commitments in priority areas of action. The 10 commitments are an expression of our common vision, and guide ILC's work at all levels of action.
Secure Tenure Rights
Strong Small-Scale Farming Systems
Diverse Tenure Systems
Equal land rights for women
Secure territorial rights for Indigenous Peoples
Transparent and accessible information
Effective actions against land grabbing
Protected land rights defenders