Investigating the use of communication approaches within land governance initiatives across the ILC network in Africa

Will N Barnett, masters student at the University of Sheffield
Friday, 1st November 2019

For six weeks in June and July I undertook an internship and placement with the ILC within their Regional Coordination Unit for Africa in Nairobi, Kenya. 

L’inconvenable droit au logement des peuples autochtones : entre précarité et recherche de dignité

Romuald Ngono, Community Legal Field Worker, Centre pour l'environnement et le Développement (CED)
Tuesday, 29th October 2019

Le droit au logement des peuples autochtones au Cameroun est encore très précaire du fait des discriminations qu’ils subissent et de la non-reconnaissance de leur mode de vie dans les textes de loi, qui facilite leur délocalisation. 

SDGs and land rights: the elephant in the room

Tuesday, 24th September 2019

ILC's Rukshana Nanayakkara explains how land rights will determine whether the world fails or succeeds in reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

African land institutions make community land rights their priority

Patrick Kipalu, Director Africa Program-RRI
Thursday, 5th September 2019

Spurred by international policy commitments and growing demand from their constituencies, African land institutions are looking to place community land rights at the centre of national development agendas.

In DRC: an alternative report on indigenous people

Diel Mochire, Provincial Director, PIDP
Tuesday, 3rd September 2019

It has been 12 years since the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) ratified the United Nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples. 

Back to the roots

Giulia Riedo, Systems and Process Support, LandNNES
Wednesday, 28th August 2019

When Nelson Mandela was launching the KwaZulu-Natal Land Reform Pilot programme in 1995, he promised that it will address poverty, unemployment, malnutrition and economic depression.