Approximately 1.6 billion people live in and around forest areas and use forest and land resources for their livelihoods: an estimated 36% of intact forests are within Indigenous Peoples lands. Clarifying land and resource rights and community forest management is critical for sustainable management of forests and natural resources, safeguarding livelihoods and supporting economic development. At COP26, a joint-donor Pledge was announced committing $1.7 billion to advance IPLC forest tenure rights from 2021 to 2025.
A full-day ministerial segment on coordinating policy responses to the global food crisis; endorse newly agreed Policy Recommendations on Promoting Youth Engagement and Employment in Agriculture and Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition; and focus on boosting responsible investment in sustainable agriculture and food system.
Open discussion between partners and the audience on the impact of the VGGT 10 years later: what have we learned, what can we do better, where are the evident needs, gaps, and unmet expectations.
Land monitoring systems are crucial tools for improving the governance, ownership and management of land around the world.
O surto de doenças, a guerra e a insegurança social podem ter tido origem em outras partes do globo, mas seus efeitos se multiplicam pelo mundo e afetam as regiões e pessoas mais vulneráveis.
Los recientes acontecimientos mundiales han tenido un impacto denso en los bosques que quedan en el mundo, especialmente en las regiones tropicales
Les événements mondiaux de ces deux dernières années ont eu des impacts durs sur les forêts restantes du monde, en particulier les régions tropicales telles que l'Amazonie.
The University of Silesia in Katowice is an autonomous state-run university in Silesia Province, Katowice, Poland. The university offers higher education and research facilities.
The Expropriation Expert Group, founded in 2013 as a collaborative effort of the universities of Cape Town, Groningen, and Nijmegen, is organising the sixth international conference of the Rethinking Expropriation Law series.
The University of Cape Town is a public research university in Cape Town, South Africa. Established in 1829 as the South African College, it was granted full university status in 1918, making it the oldest university in South Africa and the oldest university in Sub-Saharan Africa in continuous operation.