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territory whose owners legitimacy is drawn from prior occupancy (founding fathers).

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Reports & Research
December 2023
Global

 

¿Quiénes poseen la tierra del mundo?

Estado mundial y reconocimiento de los derechos a la tierra de los Pueblos Indígenas, Afrodescendientes y comunidades locales de 2015 a 2020

Reports & Research
November 2023
Madagascar

This case study highlights the vulnerability of women in Fiaferana, who are disadvantaged, first, by their gender and indigenous heritage, and second, by their lack of tenure security in the midst of climate change. However, the women of Fiaferana have met these overlapping  challenges head-on through innovative and empowering strategies, including sustainable land use management.

Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Forest Tenure Pledge
Reports & Research
November 2023
Global

This second Forest Tenure Funders Group (FTFG) annual report analyzes progress against the five-year, $1.7 billion commitment to the tenure rights and forest guardianship of Indigenous Peoples and local communities (IPs and LCs) in tropical forest countries announced at COP26.

Securing Indigenous Peoples’ Right to Self-determination:
Manuals & Guidelines
November 2023
Global

“Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) is the first line of defense when investors and government officials seek to develop projects that may affect Indigenous communities, lands, territories, and resources. For this reason, Indigenous Peoples must be prepared to engage with FPIC from a fully informed, proactive stance.

Visions and expectations of young people in the municipality of Solano Caquetá, Colombia
Reports & Research
October 2023
Colombia

Solano is a municipality located in the department of Caquetá within the deforestation arc of the Colombian Amazon, the second largest municipality in area of the country. Solano can only be reached by river, although there are already several trails that allow to reach the municipal’s capital by car at certain times of the year.

Reports & Research
October 2023
Kenya

This case study presents the unique example of pastoralist communities in Kenya who had traditionally been able to rely on their customary land governance systems to ensure their access to grazing land and to help them sustain their livelihoods in the face of drought.

Acceso a la tierra y territorio Bolivia
Reports & Research
October 2023
Latin America and the Caribbean
South America
Bolivia

La problemática agraria en Bolivia tiene múltiples dimensiones. Después de 70 años de la Reforma Agraria de 1953, podemos registrar múltiples sucesos políticos y sociales, así como nuevas reformas igualmente contundentes que configuran el panorama actual del acceso a la tierra y al territorio.

Multimedia
October 2023
Bangladesh

This video is about the everyday struggles of Munda people of Datinakhali Mundapara in Shyamnagar upazila (subdistrict) of Satkhira district in Bangladesh. Munda is one of the indigenous communities in the country.

Corruption risks in land-based solutions to climate change
Policy Papers & Briefs
October 2023
Global

“Nature-based” solutions to climate change require the acquisition of large swaths of land for reforestation, afforestation, conservation and renewable energy sources. However, corruption in the land sector is already widespread and this additional demand for land may aggravate pre-existing corruption risks, as well as causing new ones.