The Learning Route is over. We have shared and learnt a lot during those days together. This page keeps tracking our experiences and engagement in securing women’s land rights. Furthermore all the documents concerning the Route and the cases we visited can be found here: http://africa.procasur.org/our-routes/innovative-tools-and-approaches/ (please go to the library session).
For more articles and for the pictures of the Learning Route you can join the dedicated FB page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Learning-Route-Innovative-tools-to-secure…
Interest is growing among International Land Coalition (ILC)’s civil society members in Africa to exchange and deepen knowledge of tools and approaches used in different contexts to secure women’s land rights. ILC is partnering with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) in order to identify and share such tools and approaches identify gaps/tools that need to be developed, and build a community of practise among practitioners and activists to learn from each other. Building upon this, the ILC joins efforts with PROCASUR to develop a Learning Route on “Innovative tools and approaches for securing women´s land rights” which focuses on tools identified and used at country level for securing women’s land rights in the ESA Region. By bringing together a ILC members and partners, GLTN partners and IFAD project staff, this Learning Route will enable the transfer of practical examples, approaches and case studies focusing on innovative tools to secure women land rights, and significantly contribute to building a community of practise amongst diverse actors. The Learning Route will take place in Rwanda and Burundi where innovative experiences making use of tools for securing women´s land rights have been identified on the basis of recommendations from a group of experts.
The Learning Route begins on 4 February in Kigali, it continues in Burundi and ends, again in Kigali, on 11 February (see annex schedule).
This page hosts useful materials and will host discussions about the Route. Thanks to this page you can follow the Route and take part to the debate.