Six people, six countries, one message: Land Rights Now!

Gwendolyn Parami and Luca Miggiano
Monday, 10th October 2016

As part of Land Rights Now: The Global Call to Action on Indigenous and Community Land Rights, Oxfam and partners have launched a campaign to support actions in Sri Lanka, Peru, Australia, Honduras, India and Mozambique. 

Critical Steps towards the Kilimanjaro Initiative by West African Women and Youth

Activista International (ActionAid)
Friday, 7th October 2016

This month, an iconic event at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania will take place. The Kilimanjaro initiative seeks to mobilize rural women from across Africa using women’s rights to land and productive resources as an entry point to define the future they want. 

Making the SDGs count for land rights

Wednesday, 5th October 2016

Originally published for Rural 21's Land Governance issue.

Moving Towards the 2018 Global Land Forum!

Tuesday, 27th September 2016

2018 Global Land Forum preparation is underway!

Giving women land is giving them power

Frida Khan
Monday, 19th September 2016

Following the launch of the latest issue of ILC Framing the Debate series on Islamic inheritance laws and their impact on rural women in Muslim societies, we sat down with author, Frida Khan to discuss her thoughts on the challenges of patriarchy and its impact on women's land rights. 

Why Land is a Feminist Issue

Tzili Mor, Director, Landesa Center for Women’s Land Rights.
Thursday, 8th September 2016

We feminize our planet by calling it “mother earth” – but land as a feminist issue goes beyond metaphor. It is because the majority of the world’s poor depend on land for food, shelter, livelihood, and often their identity, but lack legal control over this source of their survival.