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Greening Governance Seminar Series: Reducing Land Rights Inequity between Communities and Companies

12 September 2018
James A. Harmon Conference Center
10 G Street NE, Suite 800
United States

This event focuses on the challenges Indigenous Peoples and communities face in acquiring legal rights to their land, the loopholes companies can often take, and ways countries can simplify complex procedures.

Indigenous Peoples and rural communities occupy more than half of the world’s land, but they legally own just 10 percent of land globally.

World Resources Institute

Land and Resource Rights for Economic Growth

12 March 2018
6th Floor, Woodrow Wilson Center, Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
One Woodrow Wilson Plaza 1300 Pennsylvania, Ave., NW
Washington, D.C.
United States

Hundreds of millions of people around the world lack recognition of their rights to the land they live and depend on. Without legal recognition or basic documentation, people cannot plan for the future or invest in their land, even if they have lived and worked on it for decades.

India Land And Development Conference 2018

19 February 2018 - 21 February 2018
India International Centre
New Delhi

Following up the success of the 1st India Land and Development Conference, this second Annual Conference aims to further this Land-platform to connect local and global issues and discourses and focus conversations on how technology, decentralization, innovation and capacity contribute to improve land governance in India. Over three days, this one of its kind national event on land will catalyse connections among stakeholders, discourses and ideas and promote sharing of good practices, experiences, evidences, issues and challenges. With participants converging from different geographies, sectors and land-disciplines, ILDC2018 will provide a fertile ground to stimulate dialogues, partnerships and networks around land and development in India.

Indigenous Voices in Asia Media Showcasing Fair 2015

04 November 2015 - 07 November 2015
Chiang Mai

The indigenous peoples who are largely concentrated (70%) in Asia region of more than 200 million continue to experience social injustice and discrimination. Their identities and collective rights continue to be denied by states particularly their rights to their lands, territories and resources, cultural heritage and self-determined development.