'Pastoralism should be integrated into agriculture and livestock to make agriculture profitable, conserve bio-diversity'
Civil society organisations open a dialogue with government officials to pursue a people-led development that upholds human rights and protects the environment
Herders around the world are under pressure from governments to settle down and stop their livestock roaming, as they contend with land conflicts and climate change
In a small village near Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India women farmers are cultivating their farmland by planting indigenous seeds like millets
Special legislation and quick response systems needed to provide protection and support to these defenders, experts said at a meeting in Udaipur
Women, lower-caste and indigenous people across Asia are failing to benefit from land reform laws because of deep-rooted social biases, land rights activists said