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14 octobre 2021
Authors: 
Ellen Hagerman
Afrique
Amériques
Asie
Europe
Océanie
Australie

Comprendre les inégalités femmes-hommes dans un secteur donné et concevoir des programmes soucieux d’y remédier est essentiel à la réussite des projets de développement international.

10 octobre 2021
Authors: 
Patrick Youssef
République démocratique du Congo

Pour briser le cercle apparemment sans fin de violences, de santé publique défaillante et de sous-développement, un accès équitable à l’eau est indispensable. Pour y parvenir, il faut réunir tous les acteurs politiques et techniques à la faveur de nouveaux partenariats public-privé.

Woman farmer Uganda Department of Foreign Affairs.jpg
7 octobre 2021
Authors: 
Lisette Meij
Ouganda

There is an immense pressure on land in Uganda. The country has a rapidly growing population and is host to the world’s third largest refugee population. Particularly poor people struggle to get access to healthy food. Agriculture practices need to become more efficient and focused on the domestic market. The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (EKN) in Uganda works to improve food security in selected areas in the country. Among several food security projects, the EKN works with the LAND-at-scale program to improve land governance.

Indonesia rice plantation
2 septembre 2021
Authors: 
Mr. Jeremy Gaunt
Indonésie

It’s not unusual for children to leave home when they become adults: it is rarer, though, that they come back to invigorate the communities they grew up in with new ideas and services.

That, however, is exactly what is happening in indigenous territories throughout Indonesia. It is called “Homecoming”, although it is a far cry from the more familiar Western use of the term that involves high school sports events and prom dances.

29 août 2021
Authors: 
Giulia Baldinelli
Afrique
Amériques
Asie
Jordanie
Europe
Océanie

 

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Pour le prochain Forum mondial de la terre 2022, un court document sera présenté sur l'évolution des questions de gouvernance foncière entre le FGL de 2018 en Indonésie et le FGL de 2022 en Jordanie.

Environmental Justice
25 août 2021
Authors: 
Namati Communications
Global

Submission Deadline: All manuscripts should be submitted for consideration by December 31, 2021.

The global environmental crisis is intertwined with the crisis of social and economic inequality. From coal plants to palm oil plantations, economic activities that threaten the planet are concentrated in communities with less power and wealth. “You can’t have climate change without sacrifice zones,” writes Hop Hopkins, “and you can’t have sacrifice zones without disposable people.”1

Men ploughing_Photosource Pixabay CC0
6 août 2021
Authors: 
Mr. Sean Johnson
Lesotho
Eswatini

By Sean Johnson, land administration specialist at COWI, Swaziland

* This piece was originally published as part of the online discussion on customary law in Southern Africa

Ploughing The Fields of Fall - Western Cape - South Africa_photo by Christopher Griner_FLICKR creative commons
6 août 2021
Authors: 
Monica de Souza Louw
Afrique du Sud

By Monica de Souza Louw, Land and Accountability Research Centre (LARC), University of Cape Town

* This piece was originally published as part of the online discussion on customary law in Southern Africa

Food Garden, photo by DFAT 2011
6 août 2021
Authors: 
Dr. Phillan Zamchiya
Zimbabwe

By Phillan Zamchiya, Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS)

* This article was originally published as part of the online discussion on customary law in Southern Africa

Benguela, Angola, october 2007_photo by Carlos Ebert_FLICKR creative commons
6 août 2021
Authors: 
Allan Cain
Angola
Afrique australe

 

By Allan Cain, Development Workshop Angola

* This article was originally published as part of the online discussion on customary law in Southern Africa

5 août 2021
Afrique
Amériques
Asie
Europe
Océanie
Global

Submission Deadline: All manuscripts should be submitted for consideration by December 31, 2021.

The global environmental crisis is intertwined with the crisis of social and economic inequality. From coal plants to palm oil plantations, economic activities that threaten the planet are concentrated in communities with less power and wealth. “You can’t have climate change without sacrifice zones,” writes Hop Hopkins, “and you can’t have sacrifice zones without disposable people.”1

Musul – The second community in Kenya to secure their land rights, the first to do so using legal empowerment Visit
30 juillet 2021
Authors: 
Namati Communications
Afrique sub-saharienne
Kenya

The Maasai community of Musul have lived on the same land in Laikipia county for generations. It is their source of food and water, the heart of their culture and beliefs, and their ancestral home. But until recently, their legal rights to govern it were tenuous.

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