Country Documents

Philippines Country Strategy

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Country Documents

Philippines Country Brochure

Author: 
ILC
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Twenty years of non-violent protest to benefit from the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program

In 1988, the Philippines embarked on a Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP). A group of 137 indigenous Higaonon farmers applied through the CARP for access to 144 hectares of ancestral land from which they had been evicted 50 years earlier. When the government...

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Philippines

A number of progressive asset reform laws were passed in the Philippines after the 1986 People Power revolution, which aim to provide equitable land distribution, resource conservation and protection, and recognition of the rights of marginalised groups.

Manuals & Toolkits

CSO Land Reform Monitoring in Asia

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Opportunities and Challenges for Enhancing CSO Engagement in Regional and International Processes

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Statement on the killing of Nang Flor Caya in the Philippines

Thursday, 5th May 2011
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Highly extractive fishing activities and privatisation of foreshore lands: impact on the everyday lives of municipal fisherfolk

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Land Watch Asia - Issue Brief N.2

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China’s Loans and ODA and the Effects on Access to Land in the Philippines

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