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Land, Housing, and COVID-19

01 Septiembre 2020

In the six months since the coronavirus began its global spread, more than 15 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and more than 600,000 have perished. Governments around the world have instituted lockdowns and shut down businesses. Entire industries have been devastated, notably travel, hospitality, and entertainment in the formal sector, and day labor and street and market vendors in the informal sector. Overall, hundreds of millions of people worldwide have lost their livelihoods.

LOS RIESGOS PARA LOS INDÍGENAS Y OTROS DEFENSORES DE LA TIERRA Y EL MEDIO AMBIENTE AUMENTARON DURANTE EL COVID-19

07 Agosto 2020

UN ESTUDIO DE CASO GLOBAL MUESTRA QUE LOS PUEBLOS INDÍGENAS Y OTROS DEFENSORES DE LA TIERRA Y EL MEDIO AMBIENTE SE ENFRENTAN A MAYORES RIESGOS EN EL CONTEXTO DEL COVID-19

En este Día Internacional de los Pueblos Indígenas, cinco meses después de que la OMS declarara al COVID-19 como una pandemia mundial, hacemos un llamado de atención urgente a los efectos desproporcionados del virus y el confinamiento que sufren los pueblos indígenas y otros defensores y defensoras de la tierra y el medio ambiente, especialmente vulnerables en la crisis actual.

Land News South Africa 27 July - 11 August 2020

12 Agosto 2020

In this land news update from South Africa we focus on:

  • Our changing Covid 19 context
  • The unresolved problem of farm worker evictions
  • Budget cuts and food insecurity
  • Contestation over land administration in communal areas in KwaZulu-Natal province
  • The need for a digital deeds registry platform
  • Unresolved land restitution disputes
  • The  complex backstory behind mounting land occupations in Cape Town
  • A selection of land related news from Southern Central and Eastern Africa 

Massacre de cristãos na Nigéria é comparado a genocídio em relatório do Reino Unido

22 Junio 2020
Guiame, com informações do Christian Post
Um grupo britânico de parlamentares elaborou um relatório, alertando que o massacre de cristãos na Nigéria está seguindo o curso de um genocídio.
 
A violência contra os cristãos na Nigéria segue o curso de um genocídio, um grupo de parlamentares do Reino Unido alertou esta semana em um novo relatório, analisando o impacto da violência perpetuada por extremistas do Boko Haram e milícias Fulani em todo o país da África Ocidental.
 
O Grupo Parlamentar do ‘Partido para a Liberdade Internacional de Religião ou Crença’ (APPG) do Reino

Vietnamese firm ‘destroys’ indigenous land

25 Junio 2020

A giant Vietnamese agribusiness company is destroying indigenous land in Cambodia’s Ratanakkiri province, said a joint press release from Equitable Cambodia and Inclusive Development International that was published on Monday.

The human rights groups wrote that many indigenous people in Cambodia’s Ratanakkiri province have been waiting for years for the Vietnamese rubber company, Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL), to finally return their sacred land, as had been promised by a 2015 mediation agreement.

 

Online Discussion: Land Rights Implications of COVID-19

Closed
02 Junio 2020 to 23 Junio 2020
Alexandre Corriveau-Bourque
Yuliya Panfil
Karol Boudreaux
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Chantal Wieckardt
Landesa - Rural Development Institute
Land Portal Foundation
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
New America
Environmental Peacebuilding
LANDac
Global Protection Cluster Housing, Land, and Property Area of Responsibility
Cadasta Foundation

Vozes da Juventude na Amazônia

13 Junio 2020
Amazônia
Brazil
Diálogo entre jovens do Xingu. Os e as participantes realizaram narrativas sobre sua resistência num momento extremamente hostil, com a pandemia se espalhando pela floresta, as lideranças morrendo e a grilagem avançando com suas motosserras e sua pistolagem. Daniela Silva, negra, da juventude do Xingu, é uma voz da periferia de Altamira.