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equal rights

Equality before the law, when all people have the same rights

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Reports & Research
January 2024
Ethiopia

This report provides an overview of land administration and certification efforts in Ethiopia, focusing on the Second-Level Land Certification (SLLC) program. As the most populous landlocked country in the world, Ethiopia's economy heavily relies on agriculture, making land tenure security and sustainable management crucial for livelihoods and food security.

Peer-reviewed publication
Reports & Research
February 2023
Senegal

Au Sénégal, malgré d’évidents progrès législatifs en matière de parité de genre, les femmes restent encore minoritaires, voire absentes des instances stratégiques et opérationnelles de gouvernance foncière au niveau communal. Cette situation est pourtant très loin de correspondre à leur contribution effective à la production agricole, notamment à travers les cultures vivrières.

Reports & Research
September 2022
Panama

Es un hecho innegable que las mujeres en Panamá, al igual que en otros países del mundo, han contado con poca participación histórica en la tenencia de tierras. La cultura patriarcal predominante generó relaciones entre hombres y mujeres jerarquizadas, desiguales, inequitativas y discriminantes.

mujeres rurales ecuador
Videos
May 2022
Latin America and the Caribbean
Ecuador

PRIMER INFORME Sombra de Mujeres de los Pueblos y Nacionalidades del Ecuador al Comité sobre la Eliminación de la Discriminación contra las mujeres- CEDAW Somos mujeres de la selva, de los páramos y de las orillas del mar de la tierra del sol recto.

Informal spouses in Latin America
Reports & Research
March 2022
Latin America and the Caribbean

Latin American countries have pursued rural land titling and registration campaigns over the past several decades with a broad range of social and economic goals. These efforts represent a permanent or long-term legal recognition of rights to land as a primary economic asset for agricultural communities and a source of family subsistence, security, and social and cultural wellbeing.

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