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Library Progress on Land Rights in 2014: Our Year in Review

Progress on Land Rights in 2014: Our Year in Review

Progress on Land Rights in 2014: Our Year in Review

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November 2014
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From negotiations over responsible agricultural investment in Rome to new research on gender equality in Rwanda to important steps in legal reform in Tajikistan, land rights continued to be a priority issue for the global community in 2014. Here are some of our favorite pieces on land rights from USAID and our partners from the past year.

  1. Investing in Smallholder Farmers to Feed the Future

    By Tim Fella (Devex)

  2. Progress Report: USAID Support for the Voluntary Guidelines

  3. Improving Donor Coordination to Amplify Impact

    By Gregory Myers (The Guardian)

  4. To Strengthen Women’s Land Rights, Don’t Forget Boys and Men

    By Cynthia Caron 

  5. Video: Assessment of Rwanda’s Gendered Land Rights Informs New Approach

    By Anna Knox

  6. Issue Brief: Land Tenure & Disasters

  7. Issue Brief: Land Tenure in Urban Environments

  8. Does Devolving Rights to Communities Improve Forest Conditions?

    By Matt Sommerville

  9. Climate Change Impacts Felt By Poorest Communities

    By Robert Primmer

  10. Harmonizing Land Tenure in National Protected Areas in Honduras

    By Christopher Seeley

  11. Tajikistan: Legal Aid Boosts Food Security & Agricultural Investment

    By Tiernan Mennen

  12. Property Rights for Every Woman and Man

    By Gregory Myers (The Chicago Council’s Global Food for Thought Blog)

  13. Grading Donors on Land Rights – Voluntary Guidelines, RAI

    By Gregory Myers (The Guardian)

  14. Aerial Mapping of Diamond Sites Aims to Reduce Conflict, Benefit Miners – Guinea, Côte d’Ivoire, and Central African Republic
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