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17 April 2018
Deadline:  31/05/2018 *Accepting applications on a rolling basis*  The ILC Secretariat is now accepting applications from member organisations to host interns for the ILC internship programme. The internship programme aims at giving the opportunity to Master’s students and young researchers
17 April 2018
The Environment Liaison Center International (ELCI) is hiring for the Regional Coordination Unit of the International Land Coalition in Africa, ILC Africa a Programme Development Officer (PDO). Position title: Programme development officer-PDO (local contract) Duty station: Nairobi-Kenya,
17 April 2018
Environment Liaison Center International (ELCI) is hiring for the Regional Coordination Unit of the International Land Coalition in Africa, ILC Africa a Monitoring, Evaluations and Learning (MEL) Officer. Position title: Monitoring, Evaluations and Learning (MEL) Officer (Local Contract) Duty
9 February 2018
    On February 14th we will examine the most effective strategies to combat women’s diminishing land rights within communities. Individual titling is the most commonly accepted strategy for protecting women’s land rights, but it it is not without its problems. It can lead to increased domestic
By: Jiji Date: August 28th 2016 Source: Japan Times The land ministry plans to draft a multilateral framework that could help developing nations in Asia make better use of their land through careful planning, government sources said.
  This research aims to critically evaluate the current draft of a new land code in Chad. In January 2014, the government of Chad presented Tearfund and four of Tearfund’s partners with a draft of the proposed new land code and requested constructive feedback. Research was undertaken in response to
Date: 10 January 2017 Source: Namati Namati’s Community Land Protection Facilitators Guide is a step-by-step, practical “how to” manual for grassroots advocates working to help communities protect their customary claims and rights to land and natural resources.
By: Agencies Date: January 19th 2016 Source: Citizen Digital Mshindi Mayenga, a hairdresser in the Tanzanian capital, had a vision to expand her business. She wanted to transform her small salon from a dilapidated rented room into a larger ‘main street’ enterprise, but every time she applied

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