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AIPP - Indigenous & Comm. Land Rights

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01/16 - 12/16

Completed

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The Global Call to Action (GCA) is an initiative co-convened by ILC, RRI and Oxfam that aims to catalyze greater global actioThe Global Call to Action (GCA) is an initiative co-convened by ILC, RRI and Oxfam that aims to catalyze greater global action around community land rights through strengthening, growing and connecting existing local and national networks and organizations, and up-scalelocal-to-global. The GCA#s goal is #to double the area of land recognized as owned or controlled by indigenous peoples and local communities by 2020#. In late 2014, Oxfam has received a grant from ILC to host the GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager. This grant is due to expire in January 2016, when the GCA will be launched officially through a Campaign Report. The first year of implementation is considered of strategic importance to boost the initiative and consolidate the platform, after the launch of the Campaign Report. This grant would allow the recruitment of a GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager for an additional year, and provide her/him withsome resources to support the implementation of the 2016 Campaign Strategy by the three Co-Conveners, and Participants in the GCA. Terms of reference of the GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager will be defined in consultation with the three Co-conveners in the first month of implementation of the grant. The grant will also allow the GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager to support a suitable partner organization, at the regional level to carry out campaign activities in the region. The partner organization could ideally bean ILC Member with a strong track record on indigenous and community land rights, and linkages with Oxfam#s work, so as to ensure collaboration among the three entities, but decision will be made in due course. n around community land rights through strengthening, growing and connecting existing local and national networks and organizations, and up-scale local-to-global. The GCA#s goal is #todouble the area of land recognized as owned or controlled by indigenous peoples and local communities by 2020#. In late 2014, Oxfamhas received a grant from ILC to host the GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager. This grant is due to expire in January 2016, when the GCA will be launched officially through a Campaign Report. The first year of implementation is considered of strategic importanceto boost the initiative and consolidate the platform, after the launch of the Campaign Report. This grant would allow the recruitment of a GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager for an additional year, and provide her/him with some resources to support the implementation of the 2016 Campaign Strategy by the three Co-Conveners, and Participants in the GCA. Terms of reference of the GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager will be defined in consultation with the three Co-conveners in the first month of implementation of the grant. The grant will also allow the GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager to support a suitable partner organization, at the regional level to carry out campaign activities in the region. The partner organization could ideally be an ILC Member with a strong track record on indigenous and community land rights, and linkages with Oxfam#s work, so as to ensure collaboration among the three entities, but decision will be made in due course. The Global Call to Action (GCA) is an initiative co-convened by ILC, RRI and Oxfam that aims to catalyze greater global action around community land rights through strengthening, growing and connecting existing local and national networks and organizations, and up-scale local-to-global. The GCA#s goal is #to double the area of land recognized as owned or controlled by indigenous peoples and local communities by 2020#. In late 2014, Oxfam has received a grant from ILC to host the GCAFacilitator and Campaign Manager. This grant is due to expire in January 2016, when the GCA will be launched officially through a Campaign Report. The first year of implementation is considered of strategic importance to boost the initiative and consolidate the platform, after the launch of the Campaign Report. This grant would allow the recruitment of a GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager for an additional year, and provide her/him with some resources to support the implementation of the2016 Campaign Strategy by the three Co-Conveners, and Participants in the GCA. Terms of reference of the GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager will be defined in consultation with the three Co-conveners in the first month of implementation of the grant. The grant will also allow the GCA Facilitator and Campaign Manager to support a suitable partner organization, at the regional level to carry out campaign activities in the region. The partner organization could ideally be an ILC Member with a strong track record on indigenous and community land rights, andlinkages with Oxfam#s work, so as to ensure collaboration among the three entities, but decision will be made in due course.

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