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Giulia Riedo, Systems and Process Support, LandNNES
Wednesday, 28th August 2019

When Nelson Mandela was launching the KwaZulu-Natal Land Reform Pilot programme in 1995, he promised that it will address poverty, unemployment, malnutrition and economic depression. 

African land institutions make community land rights their priority

Patrick Kipalu, Director Africa Program-RRI
Thursday, 5th September 2019

Spurred by international policy commitments and growing demand from their constituencies, African land institutions are looking to place community land rights at the centre of national development agendas.

In DRC: An alternative report on indigenous people

Diel Mochire, Provincial Director, PIDP
Tuesday, 3rd September 2019

It has been 12 years since the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) ratified the United Nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples. 

Land governance at Global Soil Week 2019

Juliet Tsuma, Communication and Administrative Assistant, ILC Africa.
Tuesday, 25th June 2019

On 27-30 May 2019 around 200 actors engaged in talks to initiate and reinforce guidelines and actions on sustainable soil management and land governance at the World Agroforestry headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya.

Land Reform Only way to Solve South Africa's Inequality Problem

Monday, 13th May 2019

Having emerged as a free society in 1994, South Africa adopted a new Constitution that sought to redress the legacy of apartheid by enshrining a Bill of Rights for all South Africans. Twenty-five years on and one of those rights, the right to property, has recently set off new controversy. 

Indigenous groups come together to strengthen rights

Paul Kiprono, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer, ILC Africa
Monday, 6th May 2019

A win for Indigenous peoples in Kenya is a booster for Indigenous groups across the African continent. See how Indigenous Peoples are organising to protect their community rights.

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