Together, we are making more noise on urban land conflicts in Latin America and the Caribbean

Early last year, the Land Portal teamed up with the Suelo Urbano campaign (part of the Solid Ground campaign) to make noise about urban land conflicts taking place in Latin America, by hosting an...

Bringing Attention to Land Rights in the Digital Era: The Case of Land Conflict Watch

There is no doubt that we are living in a time where information is in high supply. For most of us, a normal day consists of a proliferation of information; from text message notifications, to news...

Online discussions for community building: the case of women in the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries

Early last year, from the 6th to the 27th of March, 2017, the Rede Mundial Das Margaridas, along with the Land Portal and the Rede da Sociedade Civil para a Segurança Alimentar e Nutricional na...

Does Online Mediated Interaction Lead to Meaningful Discussion and Impact? An Assessment of the Online Discussion on Zambia Customary Land Documentation

As professionals working at the nexus of land rights and all things technology, one of the simple yet meaningful questions we ask ourselves on a daily basis is the following: How do we get people...

Can the technological revolution prompt a land rights revolution : Mozambican land rights defenders are ready to find out

In Mozambique, like in so many other parts of the world, a quiet land rights revolution is brewing, ready as ever to emerge.  The end of a brutal civil war, which lasted sixteen years and ended in...