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Leon Verstappen
1 Diciembre 2020
Authors: 
Prof. Leon Verstappen
Global

Leon Verstappen, qui est professeur de droit privé à l'université de Groningue et juge adjoint à la Cour d'appel de La Haye, a quitté la présidence du Conseil de Land Portal, poste qu'il occupait depuis la création de la Fondation du portail terrestre en 2014. Leon raconte son engagement avec le Land Portal depuis sa création en tant que projet sur plus d'une décennie et son évolution jusqu'à aujourd'hui.

 

Presenting Land Portal Impact
1 Diciembre 2020
Authors: 
Ms. Laura Meggiolaro
Global

Leon Verstappen
1 Diciembre 2020
Authors: 
Prof. Leon Verstappen
Global

Leon Verstappen, who is a  professor of private law at the University of Groningen and deputy judge at the Court of appeals in The Hague, has stepped down as Chair of the Land Portal Board, a position he has held since the establishment of the Land Portal Foundation in 2014. Leon recounts his engagement with the Land Portal since its inception as a project over more than a decade and its evolution up to the present day.

 
26 Noviembre 2020
Global

Por Frédéric Mousseau

 

Un informe reciente del Instituto Oakland detalla las diversas formas en que los gobiernos, voluntariamente o por la presión de las instituciones financieras y los llamados países donantes, intentan privatizar la tierra y hacerla accesible para ser explotada. 

 

Esas formas incluyen a las reformas agrarias, cambios en las leyes y reglamentaciones, uso de nueva tecnología para el registro de tierras, así como la eliminación de las salvaguardas vigentes que protegen a los pueblos indígenas y el medio ambiente.

A SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION AT THE INTERSECTION OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND COVID-19
23 Septiembre 2020
Authors: 
Ms. Rachel McMonagle
Global

 

COVID-19 and climate change are impacting all of us, but the dual disasters have a disproportionate impact on communities in emerging economies. These impacts are felt most acutely in rural areas, especially among indigenous communities and minority groups, and by women and others who are marginalized within those groups.

Three reasons to invest in land tenure security
21 Octubre 2020
Authors: 
Harold Liversage
Ms. Giulia Barbanente
Global

For rural people, especially low-income rural people, land and livelihood are one and the same. Access to land means the opportunity to earn a decent income and achieve food and nutrition security, and it can also pave the way for access to social benefits such as health care and education. A lack of secure land access, on the other hand, can disempower rural people and expose them to the combined threats of poverty, hunger and conflict.

Taking stock of the women’s  land rights in the wake of COVID-19
15 Octubre 2020
Authors: 
Ms. Grace Ananda
África
Global

How will you feel when you are discriminated against and denied privileges that other people enjoy? What will be your reaction? Have you asked yourself why indigenous peoples around the world feel they are denied their rights and left behind in development agenda? To answer all this, I had to look at the food security and tenure rights for indigenous women / communities in Africa thirteen years since the establishment of the International Rural Women’s Day

Women create terraces in Rwanda
7 Octubre 2020
Authors: 
Mr. Wael Zakout
Global

The impact of COVID-19 has been devastating around the world. In response, countries have put in place emergency measures to help their citizens and private firms weather the pandemic and recovery programs to boost the economy once the lockdown restrictions can ease.

Most developing economies do not have the fiscal space to implement broad recovery programs, as the revenues from key economic sectors have collapsed, expenditures to respond to the pandemic have escalated rapidly, and capital outflows have increased.

A group of adults in the hilly highlands of Madagascar, walking from the capital Antananarivo to their rural villages with luggage and children in tow. (Credit: Rijasolo / AFP)
7 Octubre 2020
Authors: 
Dr. Sébastien Boillat
Dr. Julie Zähringer
India
Global

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world abruptly, affecting nearly all of humanity with breath-taking speed.

11 Septiembre 2020
Authors: 
Michael Brown
África
América Latina y el Caribe
Asia
Global

The global conservation community now faces the added challenge of Covid-19 on top of a longstanding set of complex conservation, sustainability, and development challenges. In the wake of this pandemic, return to business as usual is not a viable option. The existing systems and structures upon which conservation is based must evolve. Climate change, biodiversity conservation, and poverty elimination efforts have been further complicated by Covid-19, with the brunt of the pandemic borne most acutely by the poorest and most vulnerable.

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