what we do
Strengthening the impact of multi-stakeholder platforms on land governance.
Think globally, act locally.
Across the globe, expectations are increasing of multi-stakeholder platforms to be more inclusive, effective, and responsive to land governance systems. Yet, a number of challenges continue to hinder their ability for scaling-up and sustainability, and thus limiting the systemic impact they potentially offer in accelerating the land reform policy process.
The Global Community of Practice is responding to these needs by connecting land governance change makers, stimulating innovation and equipping multi-stakeholder practitioners working on land governance with the tools, capacities and right processes they need to deliver real system change in land governance.
ILC's National Engagement Strategies are connecting more than 300 land focused organisations to work together in 30+ countries
How to engage policy makers to influence policy: a guidance note
What we've learned from national engagement strategies
A partnership was formed with ILC members, Collaborating for Resilience, Welthungerhilfe and FAO to systematise collaboration through the Global Community of Practice. It was launched in Rome with 22 potential partner organisations, who defined common objectives to:
- Better coordinate among multi-stakeholder platform practitioners and supporters.
- Build capacity for impact
- Document and share lessons learnt and good practices, as well as new knowledge and innovation.