Challenging stereotypes and discriminatory norms is fundamental for women’s rights as a whole and have been a huge obstacle to ensuring equal land rights for women.
On June 20-22, 2018, the CNCR participated in a training on media coverage on land rights in Africa in Kampala, Uganda.
Women represent the majority of Brazil’s population (51.6% in 2017). However, only 12% of the landowners are women and just 5.5% own agricultural land in Brazil (IBGE, Agricultural Census, 2006).
By August 2018, more than 30 ILC members from more than 15 countries from Africa, Asia and Latin America will be actively participating in the ILC Leadership Programme.
Hundreds gather in Njoro to mark ruling that recognised the Ogiek peoples' rights to land, religion and culture
Could new political will for land reform provide renewed hope?