17th session of the UNPFII: UNPFII Observes Land Issues in Bangladesh
Sunday, 15th July 2018
The 17th session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) urged the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) to declare roadmap for implementation of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) Accord, to execute powers and functions of the CHT Regional Council and three Hill District Councils and to approve Rules of Business of the CHT Land Commission.
CSOs Commit to People Centered Land Governance in Kyrgystan
Wednesday, 11th July 2018
Civil Society Organisations of Kyrgyzstan gathered in a join force with International institutions and government offices to establish a multi stake holders partnership on land governance in the country.
CHR and ANGOC conduct a consultation on securing human rights in business ventures
Thursday, 24th May 2018
The Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines (CHR) in partnership with the Asian NGO Coalition for Agrarian Reform and Rural Development (ANGOC), with the support of the International Land Coalition (ILC), organized a multi-stakeholder consultation on the Philippine National Action Plan (NAP) on Business and Human Rights last 11 May 2018, at the CHR Central Office in Quezon City, Philippines.
Ensuring land tenure rights to marginalised and vulnerable communities in India
Friday, 9th March 2018
India faces enormous challenges in its quest to develop in a socially conscience, economically and environmentally just manner. In regards to developing responsible land governance, it remains a complex issue aggravated by a combination of systematic legal and institutional failures. Institutions that govern land, market and societies have fundamental weaknesses to address land and property issues of poor rural women and men, Tribals, and Dalits.
ILC partners in Asia call for wider recognition of land rights as human rights
Friday, 9th March 2018
The magnitude and intensity of land conflicts in Asia have increased over the years, with the continued rise of land and agricultural investments and continued competing claims for scarce natural resources. In various instances, governments and private sector entities alike have facilitated the displacement of rural communities, the deterioration of the environment and agricultural livelihoods, and the loss of lives through land concessions and businesses ventures.