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Indigenous & Community Land Rights

Estimates of the amount of land held in terms of customary and Indigenous systems of land rights vary widely across contexts. According to the Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI), communities and Indigenous Peoples are estimated to hold as much as 65% of the world’s land area under customary systems.

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Oxfam Novib

Oxfam Novib Job Opportunity: Policy Lead Land Rights

6 February 2024

Do you want to fight for equality? Tackle inequality at its roots, together with colleagues, partner organizations, and activists in more than 90 countries? To change the systems behind it, once and for all? Oxfam Novib stands behind the people who stand up for equality. Together, we fight for a…

Call for 2024 Equator Prize Nominations

Call for nominations to the Equator Prize 2024 Nominate now!

25 January 2024

This year’s Equator Prize will recognize innovative initiatives that showcase how action on nature, led by Indigenous Peoples and local communities, can provide effective climate solutions, and demonstrate effective pathways to transform our global systems for people and Planet. Winning initiatives…

Call for nominations open for Equator Prize 2024

Call for nominations open for Equator Prize 2024

25 January 2024

The 15th cycle of the Equator Initiative aims to identify innovative approaches and solutions led by Indigenous Peoples and local communities in three categories. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) led Equator Initiative releases a global call for nominations for the Equator Prize 2024…

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Mapping activities with community members in La Teofila la Arenosa

Understanding the link between Climate & LAND-at-scale country projects - Climate Change and Land Governance in the Indigenous Reserve Teofina La Arenosa, in Solano, Caquetá, Colombia

19 February 2024

As part of a scoping study titled Land Governance for Climate Resilience: A review and case studies from LAND-at-scale projects headed by Richard Sliuzas, Emeritus Professor, University of Twente, Tropenbos Colombia dove into the links between climate and land governance in their project.

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Traditional Authorities

The role of African traditional authorities in land-based investment governance

16 November 2023

By examining the landscapes of multiple African countries, we will unearth the myriad experiences of traditional leaders, emphasizing the variances in their legislative authority and the weight of their word. By drawing upon actual case studies, the discourse will underscore potential friction…