what we do
Strengthening the impact of multi-stakeholder platforms on land governance.
Think globally, act locally.
Decision makers are increasingly looking to multi-stakeholder platforms to be more effective and responsive to emerging land governance issues, while at the same time, eager to learn about what’s working.
Land Collaborative is helping to do just that by building a global community of practice promoting effective multi-stakeholder platforms for land governance.
By coming together, land governance practitioners, supporters, promoters, funders and change makers are learning from evidenced-based solutions coming out of the ILC network and beyond.
New alliances and partnerships are created through cross-regional exchanges and peer-to-peer learning, leading to better support of multi stakeholder platforms, while elevating their performance and impact .
How we do it
✔ BUILDING NEW ALLIANCES & PARTNERSHIPS
✔ PROVIDING ACCESS TO SOLUTIONS & LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
✔ SCALING UP WHAT WORKS.
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.