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18 juin 2019
Afrique occidentale

Date: 17 juin 2019

Source: FamlandgrabLe Quotidien

Industrie alimentaire : La fraude et les terres menacent l’emploi

3 juin 2019
Stacey Zammit

Earlier this year, in honor of International Open Data Day, which took place on March 2nd, we put out a call, asking Land Portal users and any and all interested to submit their very own data stories to the Land Portal.  What we were looking for were stories that were unique and original, and that presented data in innovative and engaging ways.  We realized that this was no easy feat, but each and every one of the submissions we received made inventive use of photos, quotes, maps and infographics to tell compelling stories.  In the end, the be

29 mai 2019

Date: 28 mai 2019

Source: FarmlandgrabGRAIN

28 mai 2019
Afrique sub-saharienne

Date: 27 mai 2019

Source: FarmlandgrabGRAIN et al.

Huile de palme au Cameroun : les juridictions françaises doivent ordonner au groupe Bolloré de respecter ses engagements en faveur des riverains et travailleurs des plantations de Socapalm.

28 mai 2019
Afrique sub-saharienne

Date: 14 mai 2019

Source: FamlandgrabFPP

Par: Madeleine NGEUNGA

Sous la menace de l’accaparement de la société agro-industrielle Biopalm, des femmes autochtones Bagyeli du département de l’Océan disent non à la production du palmier à huile dans leurs forêts.

Cameroun, Village of Mounguè : « Nda Bagyeli »

26 mai 2019

By Kathleen Buckingham

Trees have become an iconic image of environmentalism, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we should plant millions of them.

3 mai 2019
Asia du sud-est

By Chris Hufstader


After an audacious land grab by a foreign company, indigenous women in a remote Cambodian village struggle to regain their farms and sacred sites.

Sol Preng remembers vividly the day in 2012 when bulldozers unexpectedly arrived on her family farm.

“The company came and cleared away our cashew trees right before the harvest,” she says. “I lost four hectares of land and all my cashew trees.”

21 mars 2019

By Deborah Espinosa and Patrick Gallagher, USAID’s Land Technology Solutions Program


Persistent and pervasive gender inequality is a global development challenge that constrains economic growth, educational opportunities, and health outcomes. It jeopardizes food security and undermines poverty reduction strategies. The world over, some formal and many informal laws and customs operate to hinder women’s empowerment and thus their full potential as agents of economic and social change.

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