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Manuals & Guidelines
Reports & Research
May 2024
Africa
Americas

Produite dans le cadre de l’école de chercheurs organisée au Sénégal par IPAR, le pôle foncier de Montpellier et l’Université Gaston Berger avec l’appui du CTFD, cette fiche pédagogique fait le point sur les instruments directs et indirects qui peuvent être mobilisés pour réguler les marchés fonciers.

Corruption, Discrimination and Land Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa
Reports & Research
April 2024
Africa
Sub-Saharan Africa
Kenya
Uganda
South Africa

In 2021, Transparency International and the Equal Rights Trust published Defying Exclusion: Stories and Insights on the Links between Discrimination and Corruption. Bringing together a diverse group of case studies from across the globe, it documented and illustrated the mutually reinforcing links – the vicious cycle – between discrimination and corruption.

January 2024
Kenya

Spanning four villages- Amei, Lolera, Lembapuli and Lesoit- and covering an expansive 81,237 hectares, the ALLOLE shared grazing land cluster stands as the largest in Kiteto District, Tanzania.

January 2024
Sierra Leone
Togo
Liberia
Norway
Portugal
Costa Rica

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Mise à l’échelle des résultats LAND-at-scale Mali
Policy Papers & Briefs
January 2024
Mali

LAND-at-scale est une contribution à la protection des droits fonciers coutumiers des communautés et à la consolidation des acquis majeurs de la gouvernance foncière au Mali.

Summary brief LAND-at-scale Iraq
Policy Papers & Briefs
January 2024
Iraq

This one-pager provides details on the LAND-at-scale project in Iraq. This project is implemented by UN-Habitat and The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law (HIIL), and financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs via the Netherlands Enterprise & Development Agency (RVO). 

Reports & Research
November 2023
Global

For over a century, energy multinationals have been wrecking the planet and exploiting people in pursuit of profit. Now, power producers and technology manufacturers are marketing themselves as ‘green’ to boost their reputation and benefit from public subsidies, grabbing lands, violating human rights and destroying communities along the way.