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This is the story of how dozens of communities in Mozambique are mapping and documenting their own land rights. "A New Hope" is the winner of the Land Portal's Second Data Story Contest, and is authored by the team at Terra Firma Mozambique.
This article was originally published through CSDS (Center for Social Development Studies) at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. It can be found at: https://www.csds-chula.org/publications/2020/4/28/critical-nature-are-chinas-dams-on-the-mekong-causing-downstream-drought-the-importance-of-scientific-debate
Durante el 22 y el 23 de enero, más de 300 mujeres de todo el país se dieron cita en Bogotá en el Tercer Encuentro de Mujeres de Zonas de Reserva Campesina (ZRC), un espacio para debatir y deliberar sobre las agendas programáticas que tienen las mujeres en los territorios y las apuestas a nivel nacional para incidir políticamente en todos los escenarios.
While urbanization and informal settlements are particularly pronounced problems in Africa, South Africa has had a long and difficult history with spatial segregation. The OHCHR reports that apartheid-era legislation in South Africa led to both insecure land rights and a lack of housing for the majority of South Africa’s population. Housing continues to be an issue in the country.
El 70% de las mujeres asesinadas en los últimos 3 años, después de la firma de los cuerdos de paz, corresponde a mujeres campesinas.
Por: Anyi Jhoana Cardenas Forero
For a long time land governance, land tenure and land rights remained in the ‘age of ignorance’. We have known for some time that land governance is a key ingredient for social, economic and environmental development; what was missing, however, was the data. With the little information available to us at the time, we set priorities and crafted interventions for our course of work. Relying on a few rough figures meant that we were often repeating mantras and slogans based on loose, rather than on hard and reliable facts. Most notable among these was the often repeated and now widely disputed, “women own 2% of the world’s land”.