ILC is a global alliance of civil society and intergovernmental organisations working together to put people at the centre of land governance. The shared goal of ILC’s 300+ members is to realise land governance for and with people at country level, responding to the needs and protecting the rights of women, men and communities who live on and from the land.
Secure land rights, responding to the needs and protecting the rights of those who live on and from the land, and more progress will follow. Prioritise women, whose leadership brings the greatest change.
Shifting power to the women, men and communities who live on and from the land.
A just, equitable and sustainable world.
HOW WE GET THERE
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 1
NATIONAL LAND COALITIONS ADVANCE PEOPLE‐CENTRED LAND GOVERNANCE
ILC HAS SUCCESSFULLY SUPPORTED NATIONAL LAND COALITIONS IN THIRTY COUNTRIES.
These are at the centre of accelerating the recognition, defence, protection and redistribution of land rights in their countries.
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 2
PEOPLE’S DATA IS PRODUCED AND USED TO HOLD GOVERNMENTS AND CORPORATIONS ACCOUNTABLE
ILC FACILITATES THE LOCAL AND NATIONAL COLLECTION, USE AND MANAGEMENT OF PEOPLE’S DATA ON LAND RIGHTS, especially by people’s organisations. Data is used to raise awareness of structural inequalities and to build local collective action to empower the disempowered. Members train and support each other to use data to advocate for transparency, demand accountability, inform action and track progress towards sustainable development at local, national, regional and global levels.
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 3
REGIONAL AND GLOBAL ADVOCACY BUILDS POLITICAL COMMITMENT TO PEOPLE‐CENTRED LAND GOVERNANCE
WE AMPLIFY THE VOICES OF OUR MEMBERS –especially women and youth– in global and regional advocacy spaces, uniting across borders. We support people’s organisations to lead strong regional and global partnerships, including where there are no National Land Coalitions, to facilitate peer learning, shape the narrative, and move towards the recognition of land as a human right.