ILC Asia Members Join the Action to Defend Santal People's Rights on Land

Thursday, 29th December 2016

Press conference: A sudden attack upon indigenous people and Bengali farmers was takes place at Shahebganj Bagda farm in Gobindaganj upazila (sub-district) under Gaibandha district by police, Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) and local goons on 6 November 2016 hired by Rangpur sugar mills authority & influential political elements aiming to evict indigenous and Bengali farmers.

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NES Philippines is online! Stay tuned with their latest news

Friday, 2nd December 2016

Philippines’s National Engagement Strategy (NES) has recently launched a website to promote its activities – http://ilc-nes.ph/. It features stories and campaigns involving farmers, fisher folks, and Indigenous Peoples claiming access to and control of land and other natural resources. Also available on the website there are documents, reports and materials produced by the multi-stakeholder platform.  

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Jagdeesh Rao Puppala - Foundation for Ecological Security

ILC member FES received Vodafone Foundation 'Mobile for Good' Award 2016

Tuesday, 22nd November 2016

The ILC would like to extend a warm congratulations to member organisation Foundation for Ecological Security (FES) on receiving Vodafone Foundation "Mobile for Good" Award 2016.  

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Coordination Effort in Bangladesh Leads to Stronger National Land Platforms and Joint Strategies through NES

Tuesday, 25th October 2016

Bangladesh is now entering its 4th quarter of the year 2 of its NES. 

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The Unfinished Agenda with the Government on Land Issue in India

Tuesday, 9th August 2016

EktaParishad, a non-violent, people’s movement that works for the land, water and forest rights of the marginalized communities in India is now having several actions to proceed the movement on ensuring Homestead land rights to crores of homeless families through the ‘National Homestead Land Rights Act’. The majority of homeless would have got right to land through this Act. 

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