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Just Transition Open Agenda May 2022

Institutional & promotional materials
Abril, 2022
South Africa

From 24 to 26 November 2020, the three organisations comprising the Life After Coal campaign, Earthlife Africa (Johannesburg), the Centre for Environmental Rights and ground Work, met virtually to develop a shared Open Agenda on the Just Transition. We used the Open Agenda for a Just Transition - developed at the National Coal Exchange in Middelburg, Mpumalanga, in July 2019 - as a starting point.

Économie verte – Guide pratique pour l’intégration des stratégies de l’économie verte dans les politiques de développement

Manuals & Guidelines
Fevereiro, 2022
Les politiques et les mesures économiques des dernières décennies ont contribué à la dégradation excessive du capital naturel et à une augmentation considérable des risques environnementaux.

Respecting the human rights of communities: a legal risk primer for commercial wind and solar project deployment

Manuals & Guidelines
Fevereiro, 2022

This legal risk primer provides the general counsels and corporate legal teams of commercial wind and solar companies with an overview of the key legal risks that may arise from the above community-related human rights impacts. It is a companion to CCSI's business guide on the same topic.

Bulletin d’information bimestriel de l’Observatoire Régional du Foncier Rural en Afrique de l’Ouest (ORFAO) #2

Journal Articles & Books
Janeiro, 2022
Afrique occidentale

Ce 2ème numéro du bulletin d’information bimestriel de l’ORFAO revient sur les rubriques principales dudit bulletin allant de l’actualité foncière dans les Etats membres aux contributions faites par les acteurs du foncier.

Ce numéro met également l’accent sur les institutions du foncier rural, notamment la dynamique d’émergence d’observatoires nationaux du foncier dans les Etats membres.

Getting a Clearer Picture: Civil Society Reports on Progress Towards SDG Target 1.4 in Seven Asian Countries, 2020

Reports & Research
Janeiro, 2022

Target 1.4 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) seeks to ensure that “all men and women, particularly the poor and vulnerable, have equal rights … to ownership and control over land and other forms of property.”

This target’s inclusion under SDG Goal 1, on “ending poverty in all its forms,” signifies a new global recognition that secure land tenure should be a central strategy in combating poverty. However, this land agenda has not been prominent in recent SDG reporting processes of governments.

LAND-at-scale Burundi

Policy Papers & Briefs
Dezembro, 2021

This one-pager provides details on the LAND-at-scale project in Burundi. This project is implemented by ZOA, VNG International and MiPAREC, and financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs via the Netherlands Enterprise & Development Agency. 

Chad - An Analysis of Constraints and Opportunities in the Development of the Agriculture Subsector

Reports & Research
Dezembro, 2021

This Chad agriculture subsector review investigates the state of knowledge, key gaps and recent developments in relation to constraints to the sector and proposes policy actions and levers for future structural transformation of the sector. First, the report examines the opportunities for further development of the most important cash and staple crop value chains in Chad. Then it uses the latest open data and analytics available for Chad to better inform investment priorities for agriculture in the country.

Endangered Culture The Changing Landscape Of Matrilineal Land Ownership In Rural Communities In Kasanga Settlement In Morogoro, Tanzania

Dezembro, 2021

ABSTRACT African culture and tradition on matrilineal land ownership are on the verge of disappearing. Land ownership in rural communities remains an important cultural dimension to secure livelihoods, economic growth, and sustainable development. Gender relations continue to interfere culture and tradition of matrilineal communities. Migration has changed the community and influenced the land ownership transformation from women to men.

Exclusion Sociale Et Multiplication Des Litiges Fonciers Au Cameroun

Dezembro, 2021

Context and background:Land is a source of wealth in terms of the economic and socio-cultural value it represents. Land resources are the basis of any economic activity or development project, which is why they are at the centre of multiple covetousness. However, social exclusion leads to numerous land conflicts observed in Cameroon.Goal and objectives:This study therefore aims to show how social exclusion can cause and sustain land disputes in Cameroon.

The Our World Heritage Case Studies Approach To African Heritage, Social Capital And Participation

Dezembro, 2021

Context and backgroundThe Our World Heritage Foundation was created in 2020 as a global network to include different stakeholders in the review of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, in its 50th anniversary. The Convention is in urgent need for a scientific-based participatory policy review, as it does not respond to the current global and regional challenges.

Women’s resilience and participation in climate governance in the agri-food sector: A strategic review of public policies

Dezembro, 2021

The primary objective of this working paper is to review literature (i.e., peer-reviewed and grey) on the extent to which women’s full and effective participation in climate change policies at different scales; defined at the level at which a policy is implemented, including macro, meso and micro; improve women’s resilience to climate change and environmental hazards.