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Showcasing transformative approaches for women’s land rights
22 September 2022
Authors: 
Lilian Lee
Kenya
Philippines
India
Global

Empowering women to occupy leadership roles and to take an active part in decision making processes in land governance has demonstrated that strides can be made towards gender justice.

12 September 2022
Authors: 
Daniel Hayward
Central Asia
Western Asia

Against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine, this What to Read digest reviews three articles that explore different, lesser-known territorial disputes - all of them in Asia.

Showcasing transformative approaches for women’s land rights
22 September 2022
Global

Date and Time: September 22nd, 2022, 1:00-2:30 PM CEST

Organizers: 
Both ENDS
Land Portal Foundation

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Recent events

27 November 2022 to 1 December 2022

Location

Beer-Sheva
Israel
IL
Global

The upcoming conference organized by the Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Israel will focus on the intersection of land and water and the impact of land degradation and drought on populations across the world. More details on the event are coming soon.

Recent blogs

Showcasing transformative approaches for women’s land rights
22 September 2022
Authors: 
Lilian Lee
Kenya
Philippines
India
Global

Empowering women to occupy leadership roles and to take an active part in decision making processes in land governance has demonstrated that strides can be made towards gender justice.

Recent news

22 September 2022
South-Eastern Asia
Laos

The event convened various stakeholders from the sector with the aim to review the progress of implementation of responsible investments in agriculture and forestry in Lao PDR, exchange experiences and discuss responsibilities to foster collaboration efforts.  

19 November 2020
Bolivia
Brazil
Colombia
Ecuador
Peru

La construcción de 12,000 kilómetros de vías en la selva amazónica de Bolivia, Brasil, Colombia, Perú y Ecuador durante los próximos cinco años podría causar la deforestación de 2.4 millones de hectáreas en las dos décadas posteriores

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