The PRM launch

The Participatory Rangelands Management (PRM) project launches in Baringo

Jueves, 18th Abril 2019

On March 22nd, 2019 the PRM launched in Baringo County, 295 km from Nairobi, Kenya. His Excellency Stanley Kiptis, Governor of Baringo County launched the project.

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Vacancy Announcement: ILC Africa Seeks Regional Coordinator

Domingo, Febrero 5, 2017

Looking to work with land groups across Africa and in an action-oriented and dynamic environment? The ILC Africa Regional Coordination Unit is recruiting a regional Coordinator. S/he will lead a team that facilitates a diverse and growing network of 61 Africa-based organisations. ILC Africa...

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WEBINAR - The Gender Imperatives of Land Reforms in Kenya

Martes, Abril 23, 2019

Land reforms in Kenya over the past decade provide for women’s land rights, yet women have not benefited from these reforms. The constitutional provisions promoting gender equity and equality have not been implemented.

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Land Rights Advocacy Lead at Oxfam

Martes, Abril 30, 2019

Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty.

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E-learning & Courses

LECTURE - The pastoral commons in Kenya: gender and institutional innovation

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Media regulation in a democratic framework, Africa

Jueves, Marzo 21, 2019

Part 1: 9-27 September, 2019
Part 2: 2 weeks in January/February, 2020 Location

Part 1: Kalmar, Sweden
Part 2: To be decided Number of participants: 25

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Finding answers to rangelands conflicts

Peter Ken Otieno, Technical Coordinator, Rangelands Initiative Africa | RECONCILE and Angela Nyanchama, Policy Research & Advocacy Officer at RECONCILE
Miércoles, 6th Febrero 2019

In 2018, pastoral conflicts claimed more lives in Africa than terrorism according to the African Union. The ILC Rangelands Initiative in Africa commissioned studies that examines little tweaks that can bring change.

Walk the talk

Fridah Githuku, Executive Director of GROOTS Kenya
Lunes, 14th Enero 2019

Rural women demand for accountability on land rights in Africa as we celebrate the second anniversary of the Kilimanjaro Initiative.

What makes civil society land networks effective and durable?

Cara Scott and Emmanuel Sulle
Martes, 18th Diciembre 2018

Networks provide an increasingly popular organizational structure for collective action on land rights in Africa and elsewhere around the world, but sustaining networks’ impact, engagement, and resourcing can be challenging.

Job Opening: Assessment of Uptake of GLII Indicators in Global and Regional Land

Domingo, Diciembre 9, 2018
Posting Title: Assessment of Uptake of GLII Indicators in Global and Regional Land
Department/Office: United Nations Human Settlements Programme
Duty Station: NAIROBI
Posting Period: 30 November
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