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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Building Regional Solidarity for People-Centered Land Governance

Monday, 5th August 2019

At the Facilitators’ Meeting in Ahmedabad, India, participants raised the importance of building regional solidarity among ILC Asia platforms in striving for people-centered land governance in the region.

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POST-GLF: Indonesian CSOs wish for a united action

Tuesday, 30th October 2018

“The mandate generated from the GLF needs to be published and disseminated to the wider audiences and public society”.

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Farmers, IPs, and Fisherfolk plan for the passage of the Philippines' National Land Use Act

Tuesday, 4th September 2018

Seventy-five farmer, indigenous people, and fisherfolk partners, and CSOs, throughout the country, jointly planned campaign activities for the passage of the National Land Use Act (NLUA).

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Countdown to GLF 2018!

Thursday, 30th August 2018

Indonesian National Anthem filling out the ballroom in Akmani Hotel, Jakarta, August 3rd 2018. The attendees from Government, Human Rights commissions, parliament members, and the CSOs, as well as farmers, peasant unions, and academics were arisen from their sit and expressing their nationalism by singing the anthem together. In this moment, all were one, united for one purpose; bringing social justice for farmers, indigenous peoples, rural women and youth, toward their land rights, through the Global Land Forum (GLF) 2018.

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National Conference on Land Reform in India

Friday, 8th December 2017

In India, land reform is currently a forgotten agenda. Immediately after India’s independence, the Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru promised to eliminate the intermediaries and restore land to the tiller resulting in the passing of historic Zamindari Abolition Act in 1956. Yet unfortunately, land has never became the core agenda of the successive governments despite various revolutionary steps through social movements. 

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