Communiqué de presse FIDH, 30 Novembre 2015
Press Release FIDH, 30 November 2015
BY APOLINARI TAIRO, ETN TANZANIA CORRESPONDENT | DEC 01, 2015
TANZANIA (eTN) - The International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change will be hosting an Indigenous Peoples’ Pavilion in Paris to press for their recognition on land ownership and natural resource rights.
FERN, the Forest Peoples Programme (FPP), ClientEarth and the Centre for Environment and Development (CED)
23 Janvier, 2014
Ce guide illustre les aspects clé des lois et des droits fonciers essentiels pour garantir la propriété et la contrôle des terres et des ressources par les communautés, exprimés également par le concept de la sécurité foncière des terres et des ressources. Il explique comment identifier et créer des possibilités de réforme législative et présente des exemples de réformes ayant eu lieu dans différents pays africains.
BY CHRIS ARSENAULT
TORONTO, Nov 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A potential trade pact between the European Union and Guyana must contain land rights protections for local residents in order to avert the possible displacement of indigenous people, activists said on Tuesday.
By Agencies, Citizen Digital
Published on 24 November 2015
It’s a hot, windy afternoon in Kiboya village. Dusty leaves swirl around William Ekidor, his wife Martha and their two sons as they sit under an acacia tree by the Kajunge dam, queuing with their animals for water.
By: Press Trust of India | New Delhi
Date: November 20, 2015
Representatives of various peasant unions, farmers' organisations and people's movements, under the banner of Bhumi Adhikar Andolan, today decided on a comprehensive agenda to achieve land rights and fight forced land acquisition, agrarian crisis and fascist politics.
Friday, November 20th, 2015
Liton Das, Rajshahi
November 17, 2015
Thousands of indigenous people took part in a two-day march in northern Bangladesh to press the government to establish an independent commission to end the problem of land disputes, which often impact minority communities.
Population growth, globalisation and climate change have all increased pressures on land. Combined with a growing demand for land for investment in developing countries, this poses a risk to land tenure security, particularly in areas where formal property rights are in short supply.
This rapid evidence assessment seeks to address the question of which policies and interventions or approaches have been successful in fostering compliance with legitimate land tenure rights and what impact these strategies have had on development outcomes.