Vacancy Announcement: ILC Asia Seeks Regional Coordinator

Deadline: 
Sunday, February 5, 2017

Looking to work in an action-oriented and dynamic environment? The ILC Asia Regional Coordination Unit is recruiting a regional Coordinator. S/he will lead a team that facilitates a diverse and growing network of 45 Asia-based organisations. ILC Asia forms part of a global alliance of more...

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Members' Resources

Understanding Gender Relations in the Land Discourse

Author: 
Vidya Bhusnan Rawat and Sunila Singh
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Green Camp: A Media To Strengthen The Youth As Social and Environmental Change Makers

Monday, 12th August 2019

Young people in Indonesia get exposed to rural livelihoods and learn to preserve the environment by joining The Indonesian Institute for Forest and Environment's (RMI) Green Camp. 

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Building Regional Solidarity for People-Centered Land Governance

Monday, 5th August 2019

At the Facilitators’ Meeting in Ahmedabad, India, participants raised the importance of building regional solidarity among ILC Asia platforms in striving for people-centered land governance in the region.

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Members' Resources

State of Land Rights and Land Governance in Eight Asian Countries

Author: 
Antonio Quizon, Nathaniel Don Marquez
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Women and Agrarian Reform: Perspectives and Challenges

Monday, 22nd July 2019

In a discussion organised by the Consortium of Agrarian Reform (KPA), women land rights defenders in Indonesia shared their views on what it takes to achieve a gender-just agrarian reform and secure land rights for all.

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Manuals & Toolkits

ILC Toolkit 2: Strong Small-Scale Farming Systems

Author: 
ILC Secretariat
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ILC Asia Vacancy: Administration and Logistics Officer

Deadline: 
Saturday, April 20, 2019

We’re looking for a proactive, hands-on Administration and Logistics Officer to join our Regional Coordination Unit in Asia and help us connect our members and platforms, strengthen our network, and advance land rights in the region. Are you up for the challenge?

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The Art of Making Agrarian Reform Policies Work

Wednesday, 27th March 2019

Noer Fauzi Rachman, or 'Oji' as his friends know him, is an activist, author, lecturer, and former policy advisor to the President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo. His life's work has taken him from social activism, to the University of California, Berkeley, to the echelons of power in his own country.

WWF Indonesia

Sasi, a traditional natural resource conservation and management system

Sasi is a 400 year old traditional conservation system and natural resource management concept that is effective in regulating resources use in indigenous communities, solving conflicts and protecting vulnerable groups such as women and children, particularly widows and orphans. In the Haruku...

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