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NATIONAL LAND COALITIONS

It’s clear that we cannot work in isolation. That is why building and strengthening partnerships is critical to solving land governance challenges and is at the apex of ILC’s approach.
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30+

National Land Coalitions

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167

ILC members involved

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Partners

CONNECTING 300+ LAND FOCUSED ORGANISATIONS FOR SYSTEMS CHANGE IN 30+ COUNTRIES.

Land governance is a complex issue and the systems we seek to change are deeply rooted in unequal power relations.

That is why ILC has developed a systematic approach to setting up, monitoring and supporting the success of multi‑stakeholder platforms on land governance. This includes direct support to national platforms in 30+ countries and by collaborating in 10+ more countries with member and partner organisations.

National Land Coalitions (NLC) are helping to simplify and unpack land governance complexities by setting priorities and suggesting solutions to some of the most difficult land‑related issues in a country.

By working with existing networks, NLC’s are promoting collaboration and bridging the gap between government, the private sector, civil society including grassroots organisations, international agencies, traditional authorities and academia.

Together, these actors develop country strategies and initiate multi-year action plans to influence the formulation and implementation of inclusive policies and legal frameworks.

At the global level, national land experts come together in “LandCollaborative,” breaking silos and innovating together with their peers.

With over 20 years of experience and with some trial and error, we know what works.

Even in the most challenging and fragile contexts.

Partnerships for systems change in land governance

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Our network in action

Discover how national partnerships are creating change from the ground-up

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Good practices

Cameroon on housing rights_CED/ILC_PNG
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#Africa #Land conflict resolution #Land policy and multi-stakeholder dialogue #Advocacy & campaigning #Research and training #Use of media and communication #Land rights #Civil society #Advocacy #Cameroon #MBOSCUDA #PROPAC #CED #COMAID

women farmers bangladesh
ILC Learning Hub

#Land conflict resolution #Advocacy & campaigning #1. Secure tenure rights #2. Strong small-scale farming systems #5. Secure territorial rights for indigenous peoples #7. Inclusive decision-making #9. Effective actions against land grabbing #10. Protection for land rights defenders #4. Equal Land Rights for Women #Research and training #Use of media and communication #Women's Land Rights #Asia #Indigenous peoples #Civil society #Capacity building #Advocacy #Bangladesh #Multistakeholder processes #Media #Women's Land Rights #ALRD #National partnerships #KAPAEENG #ARBAN #CDA

Florin Torba tours Albanian forests_ National Federation of Communal Forests and Pastures of Albania
ILC Learning Hub

#Europe, Middle East & North Africa #6. Locally managed ecosystems #Knowledge and information management #Land conflict resolution #Land policy and multi-stakeholder dialogue #1. Secure tenure rights #7. Inclusive decision-making #4. Equal Land Rights for Women #Research and training #Use of media and communication #Forestry #Conflict resolution #Albania #Community empowerment #Multistakeholder processes #Policies and laws #National partnerships #Family farming #TWA #NFCFPA

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ILC Learning Hub

#Asia #Nepal

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ILC LAC

#Colombia

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ILC Learning Hub

#Africa #Land policy and multi-stakeholder dialogue #Legal assistance, legal empowerment and access to justice #1. Secure tenure rights #7. Inclusive decision-making #8. Transparent and accessible information #4. Equal Land Rights for Women #Use of media and communication #Network Vibrancy #Legal empowerment #Land rights #Malawi #Community Land Rights #Community empowerment #Multistakeholder processes #Media #Policies and laws #National partnerships