Partnerships for systems change in land governance
SECURING LAND RIGHTS IS THE KEY TO END POVERTY AND BUILD PEACEFUL AND JUST SOCIETIES
How we're partnering for systems change in land governance
Across the globe, governments pledge to ‘Leave no one behind’, ensuring a better world in 2030 and setting targets for a sustainable, peaceful and prosperous future for people and the planet.
The SDG’s have dedicated two of their 17 goals to what we think are fundamental to keeping this promise; promoting inclusive and transparent decision-making and building global partnerships (Goals 16 and 17).
The 2030 Agenda recognises that without progress on land rights, the SDGs will not be achieved.
Land governance a complex issue and the systems we seek to change are deeply rooted in unequal power relations.
By creating inclusive spaces and supporting partnerships, the ILC network is mobilising its members to monitor land-related targets though LANDex, a global land governance index that puts people at the centre of land data, democratising land monitoring and building a data ecosystem where all voices can be heard. ILC member-led multi-stakeholders platforms are rolling-out LANDex globally.
In order to find lasting solutions, it’s clear that we cannot work in isolation. That is why building and strengthening partnerships is critical to solving land governance challenges and is at the apex of ILC’s approach.
With over 20 years of experience and with some trial and error, we know what works. Even in the most challenging and fragile contexts.
What we do
Through the promotion of National Engagement Strategies (NES), we have developed a systematic approach to the setting up, monitoring and success of multi-stakeholder platforms on land governance across 28+ countries and by collaborating in 10+ more countries with member and partner organisations.
There is no better time than now to sit around a table with change makers and reform champions. ILC is making this happen simultaneously at the global and national levels with our members and in partnership.
Taking it a step further, these national land experts are coming together in “LandCollaborative” to break silos and innovate together with their peers.
WHERE WE WORK
NES Cameroon: Good Practices from a Multi-Stakeholder Platform
14 October 2019Read More
NES Bangladesh: Good Practices from a Multi-Stakeholder Platform
27 January 2020Read More
NES Albania: Good Practices from a Multi-Stakeholder Platform
28 January 2020Read More
NES NEPAL: Good practices from a multi-stakeholder platform
4 February 2020Read More
NES MALAWI: GOOD PRACTICES FROM A MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PLATFORM
12 May 2020Read More