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The Shipibo-Conibo in their fishing grounds. CIFOR/Alex Talaverano)
4 Diciembre 2018
Authors: 
Julia Naime Sanchez-Henkel
Perú

Peru - A recent Rights and Resources report provides strong evidence on the importance of recognizing and protecting indigenous rights towards mitigating forest-based emissions and curbing global warming. As a Ph.D.

(Illustration via thedafkish/iStock)
26 Octubre 2018
Authors: 
Chris Jochnick
Mozambique
Perú
Global

When Defending the Land Becomes a Crime
7 Septiembre 2018
Authors: 
Ms. Moira Birss
América Latina y el Caribe
Guatemala
México
Ecuador
Perú
Global

BERTA CÁCERES, ASSASSINATED in her home in March 2016, was just one of hundreds of Latin American environmental activists attacked in recent years. At least 577 environmental human rights defenders (EHRDs) were killed in Latin America between 2010 and 2015 – more than in any other region. In addition to violence, EHRDs suffer legal threats and harassment, severely impeding their work. Before Cáceres' murder, she faced trumped-up charges due to her opposition to hydroelectric dams on her indigenous community's territory.

 

Global
África
Kenya
Uganda
América Latina y el Caribe
Colombia
Perú
Asia
Indonesia
Nepal

The recent World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, held this past March in Washington D.C., provided a unique opportunity to reflect on collective land tenure reforms not only from a research point of view, but also from that of governments.

Global
Perú

By Barbara Fraser, Freelance Journalist for the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

Sergio Perea, president of the Tres Islas community in Peru, presenting Brazil nuts. Photo credit: Juan Carlos Huayllapuma/CIFOR
Global
Perú

By the Center for International Forestry Research  Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) 

Peru - The indigenous community of Tres Islas in southeastern Peru seems to have it all—good fishing; a vast forest of timber, Brazil nut, palm and other trees; and natural beauty any ecotourist would pay to enjoy.

But the villagers have learned that having communal land rights does not guarantee the enjoyment of all these rights.

Perú

Escrito por Jaime Escobedo

La política de reforma agraria ejecutada desde finales de la década de 1960 y el transcurso de 1970 transformó las condiciones de distribución de la tierra en la totalidad de valles de la costa peruana, mediante la erradicación del sistema de haciendas y su reemplazo por un modelo cooperativo liderado por sus extrabajadores. Mientras tanto, en la sierra, algunas haciendas pudieron subsistir durante un tiempo, en tanto que la selva no fue afectada por el proceso.

28 Abril 2020
Perú

 

Por Fernando Eguren

 

Like many of you, we’re struggling to comprehend the new world we find ourselves in.

(Como muchos de ustedes, estamos luchando por comprender el nuevo mundo en el que nos encontramos)*

 

23 Abril 2020
Guatemala
Colombia
Perú

Desde que en marzo se empezaron a implementar las medidas de cuarentena –entre otras– en numerosos países de América Latina para hacer frente a la pandemia de la COVID-19, la lista de defensoras y defensores de la tierra que están siendo amenazados, agredidos o asesinados no para de crecer.

 

women's land tenure security
17 Noviembre 2019
Authors: 
Ms. Iliana Monterroso Ibarra
Uganda
Perú
Indonesia

Local communities manage a significant portion of the world’s remaining forests, pastures, and fisheries as common property resources, but they are rarely recognized as formal owners. Important progress has occurred during the last twenty years, as growing evidence suggests that devolving rights to communities can provide incentives for new forms of investment that facilitate sustainable outcomes as well as greater equity in the distribution of benefits.

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