Community resisting to agro-industrial development in Guatemala with organic agriculture (In Spanish)

This case study is part of the ILC’s Database of Good Practices, an initiative that documents and systematises ILC members and partners’ experience in promoting people-centred land governance, as defined in the Antigua Declaration of the ILC Assembly of Members. Further information at What we do.

This case study supports people-centred land governance as it contributes to:

Commitment 1. Respect, protect and strengthen the land rights of women and men living in poverty

Commitment 2. Ensure equitable land distribution and public investment that supports small-scale farming systems

Commitment 4. Ensure gender justice in relation to land 

Commitment 6. Enable the role of local land users in territorial and ecosystem management