Green Camp: A Media To Strengthen The Youth As Social and Environmental Change Makers

Monday, 12th August 2019

Young people in Indonesia get exposed to rural livelihoods and learn to preserve the environment by joining The Indonesian Institute for Forest and Environment's (RMI) Green Camp. 

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Women and Agrarian Reform: Perspectives and Challenges

Monday, 22nd July 2019

In a discussion organised by the Consortium of Agrarian Reform (KPA), women land rights defenders in Indonesia shared their views on what it takes to achieve a gender-just agrarian reform and secure land rights for all.

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92 years of longing paid off through the land redistribution of land certificate from the Government

Monday, 29th October 2018

The peasants in Mangkit Village, North Sumatera, Indonesia can finally sigh a relief when finally the land in the village is officially redistributed by the Government. The state, through the ministry of Agrarian and Spatial / National Land Agency recognises and issues the certificate for the land which once owned by PT Asiatik Company

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ILC Asia members commit on sustainable, reliable, and transparent data to advocate the responsible land governance

Tuesday, 23rd October 2018

ILC Asia opens initiative on the inclusion of Land Watch Asia (LWA) campaign to be contributed in influencing the land policy formulation and implementation through evidence-based advocacy, constructive engagement with governments and regional organisations.

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Right to Food and Food Security

Tuesday, 16th October 2018

On World Food Day 2018 and the second to the last day of filing of Certificates of Candidacy (COCs), around 300 members from various marginalized sectors and advocacy groups in the Philippines are gathering in front of Palacio del Gobernador, Intramuros, today, October 16, 2018, to send a message to the voters and aspiring politicians—food security over personal interests.

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National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights is formulated in Bangladesh

Monday, 10th September 2018

The discourse on business and human rights is relatively new for the International Land Coalition (ILC), nevertheless, it has been realized that the business community (corporations in particular) must indeed be involved in discussing the impact of their business operations on rural people in general, because ILC generally puts forward what is commonly known as dialogue involving many parties in order to resolve land issues (multi-stakeholder platforms).

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