O bicentenário da independência centro-americana soa exótico.Os governantes destes Estados irão certamente celebrá-lo com grande fervor, celebrações e discursos em que estou quase certo de que as lutas de resistência, sobrevivência e contribuições que os afro-descendentes e os povos indígenas fizeram, para o desenvolvimento destas sociedades centro-americanas, se tornarão invisíveis. Para fundamentar o acima exposto, teremos de passar rapidamente por 200 anos de invisibilização histórica, nos quais mostraremos a nossa presença nesta parte do istmo compilada em textos, artigos, discursos,
O governo de mulheres Mayangna, Sumu-Mayangna «PANASANGWAS», pronuncia-se sobre o segundo massacre de múltiplos assassinatos e violência contra mulhere Mayangna ocorrido na área do KIWAKUMBAIH (Cerro del Diablo), em 23 de agosto de 2021, aproximadamente às nove horas da noite, cometido por USURPADORES mestiços do Pacífico e vendedores ilegais de terras Mayangna, cujas informações foram fornecidas por sobreviventes e testemunhas durante o massacre na área.
A luta de Susana Marley Cunningham, como a de milhares de mulheres e homens do povo Miskitu da Nicarágua, é uma luta ancestral. Nascida em Waspán, no Caribe Norte da Nicarágua, ela é uma liderança Miskitu que começou seu trabalho em comunidades próximas ao Rio Coco, nessa mesma região, através da Fundação Civil para a Unidade e Reconstrução da Costa Atlântica (FURCA). Ela dedicou sua vida à defesa dos direitos de seu povo e de seu território localizado na Moskitia.
Desde 2017 que a província nortenha de Cabo Delgado, em Moçambique, conhece ataques armados de grande violência, cujas imagens têm chocado o mundo. Na altura em que o país celebra o 46 aniversário da sua independência, este seminário procura discutir, a partir das análises de colegas que têm estado no terreno, as causas profundas deste conflito.
As propostas de comunicação, em qualquer forma, devem ser enviadas em francês ou inglês até 30 de janeiro de 2020 para o comitê organizador: firstname.lastname@example.org A notificação de aceitação será enviada em 15 de março de 2020.
A série de webinars COVID-19: (Cons)Ciência Geográfica é focada em leituras geográficas sobre a COVID-19 em Portugal e promovida pelo Centro de Estudos Geográficos (IGOT-ULisboa). A 3.ª sessão online, aberta ao público, ocorre dia 13 de maio, às 16h.
The central objective of this working paper produced by Jean-Christophe Diepart and Thol Sem, is to examine the recognition and formalisation of peasants’ land rights against the backdrop of Cambodian history and political economy of land and agrarian change.
Tanzania and Mozambique — countries of vast mountain ranges and open stretches of plateaus — now face a growing land problem. As soil degradation, climate change and population growth place enormous strains on the natural resources that sustain millions of people, multinational companies are also gunning for large swaths of land across both countries.
This publication provides practical and evidence-based guidance on how to improve women’s access to land as an essential element to achieve social and economic development and enjoyment of human rights, peace and stability in the specific context of the Muslim world.
Burma Link is a non-profit non-governmental organisation that was founded by foreign specialists in the field of ethnic relations and international development together with refugees and migrants from Burma in August 2012 in Mae La refugee camp, Thailand. We set up Burma Link to centralise information on Burma’s conflict and displacement situation and to amplify the voices of local organisations working towards free and peaceful Burma.
The Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS) was established as an autonomous research Centre in 1980. Appreciating its role in the promotion of research and training, the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, recognized it as a national institute in the year 1986 and included the Centre in its network of institutions.
Forced Migration Online (FMO) provides online access to a diverse range of resources concerning the situation of forced migrants worldwide. By bringing together this collection of useful and time-saving resources, our primary aim is to support and facilitate research and policy making in the field.
The FMO collection adheres to international standards for organizing, managing and displaying information about the resources included in its collection.
Forced Migration Review (FMR) is the most widely read publication on forced migration – available in English, French, Spanish and Arabic, and free of charge in print and online. It is published by the Refugee Studies Centre in the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Through FMR, authors from around the world analyse the causes and impacts of displacement; debate policies and programmes; share research findings; reflect the lived experience of displacement; and present examples of good practice and recommendations for policy and action.
The Free Burma Rangers (FBR) are a mainly Christian pro-active, pro-democracy humanitarian group who work throughout Burma (also known as Myanmar) but concentrate primarily on the heavily forested border region, delivering emergency medical assistance to sick and injured internally displaced people, or IDP's; a consequence of the long running campaign of violence by the military junta, the State Peace and Development Council, against Burma's ethnic minorities.
The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) has been leading the Housing, Land and Property (HLP) Area of Responsibility (AoR) since 2016. Globally, the membership of the HLP AoR includes UN agencies, NGOs, research and academic institutions, donors, human rights and development agencies, and representatives of other AoRs and global clusters.
Odisha is one of the federal States of the Union of India which came into existence from 1936. The Government of Odisha has number of Departments under it, like the Ministry in case of Government of India, to deal with administration and governance of the State of Odisha. As land is under the State list of the Constitution of India, Revenue and Disaster Management Department of the Government of Odisha has been mainly dealing with matters related to land.
Naya Sawera Vikas Kendra (NSVK) has been working towards the empowerment of the poor and the marginalized since 1999. It has been effectively working to uplift the conditions of the denied and the deprived. NSVK has initiated several interventions to meet the changing socio-economic and political context and be relevant and working directly with the communities through the CBOs and their networks.
To establish an egalitarian and non-exploitative “Sarvodaya” social order that will promote and uphold justice and economic self-reliance.
The legal data collected for Nicholas Tagliarino's dissertation and posted on Land Book examines whether national expropriation, compensation, and resettlement laws in developing countries are adopting international standards designed to secure tenure rights and ensure responsible land governance. The analysis conducted for this dataset is based on Section 16 of the UN Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure, which establishes standards on expropriation, compensation, and resettlement.
In partnership with the FIDH, OMCT created the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders in 1997. This unique collaboration is based on the complementarity of each organisation’s approach and is based on their respective NGO networks. In parallel, many meetings on this subject have been held, culminating with Forum 1998, which brought together more than 600 NGOs from 60 countries, just before the adoption of the United Nations’ Declaration on Human Rights Defenders in 1998.