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10 Outubro 2021
Authors: 
Patrick Youssef
República Democrática do Congo

Pour briser le cercle apparemment sans fin de violences, de santé publique défaillante et de sous-développement, un accès équitable à l’eau est indispensable. Pour y parvenir, il faut réunir tous les acteurs politiques et techniques à la faveur de nouveaux partenariats public-privé.

5 Maio 2021
Authors: 
Frances Seymour
República Democrática do Congo
Brasil
Colômbia
Peru
Indonésia
Global

The data on forest loss is still grim but we know what causes deforestation - and the policy tools and market mechanisms that can stop it

 
Eight Breakthroughs for Land Rights in 2020
2 Fevereiro 2021
Authors: 
Chris Jochnick
Tanzânia
República Democrática do Congo
Libéria
Myanmar
Global

2020 was a tough year on many fronts, and land rights were no exception. COVID-19 hindered land rights advocates from doing field research, meeting with government officials, prioritizing policy initiatives, and obtaining funding.


Despite these headwinds, we have seen important advances, and the field continues to grow. Here are eight breakthroughs in 2020 to celebrate:


#1: New laws and policies


Photo 1: Community stakeholders reviewing background report of Zambian forest tenure context
26 Fevereiro 2020
Authors: 
Mr. Malcolm Childress
Zâmbia
República Democrática do Congo
Myanmar

Forests are critically important for many of the world’s poor who depend on them for food, income, medicine and building materials. As such, forests are a nexus of broadly held policy goals such as poverty reduction, economic growth, conservation and climate change. Most forests in the developing world are governed, in practice, through community-based tenure systems.

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28 Novembro 2019
África Central
República Democrática do Congo

Date: 25 novembre 2019


Source: FarmlandgrabHRW


L’insuffisance des mécanismes de contrôle aboutit à des atteintes aux droits des travailleurs et à l’environnement


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15 Agosto 2019
África subsariana
República Democrática do Congo

Dat: 14 août 2019


Source: Farmlandgrab, RIAO-RDC et al


Par: RIAO-RDC – GRAIN – WRM - Justice mondiale maintenant ! - AEFJN (Belgique)


26 Maio 2019
Authors: 
Katie Reytar
Angola
República Democrática do Congo
Uruguai
Estados Unidos
Cambodja
Índia
Irlanda

By Katie Reytar 


This is the second installment of WRI’s blog series, New Perspectives on Restoration. The series aims to share WRI’s views on restoration, dispel myths, and explore restoration opportunities throughout the world.


8 Março 2019
Authors: 
Anouska Perram
África
Camarões
República Centro-Africana
Congo
República Democrática do Congo

Improving how we work for – and with – indigenous and local women in their communities

 

As a human rights organisation, gender justice is a fundamental principle of our work, and we have long been conscious of, and sought to address, the barriers to effective participation in decision-making by women, as well as the other human rights violations they may face on account of their gender.

23 Julho 2018
Authors: 
Dr. Joseph Feyertag
Anna Locke
Malawi
República Democrática do Congo
Global

How do we make land-based agricultural investments more inclusive, particularly regarding land rights? This was the focus of the agenda as LEGEND held the 6th UK Land Policy Forum on July 11 2018, with lively discussions from all involved – including government, DFIs, academics and land-related CSOs.

Photo by: Moustafa Cheaiteli
17 Abril 2018
Authors: 
Dr. Catherine Picard
Dr. Mark Freudenberger
República Centro-Africana
República Democrática do Congo
África Ocidental
Costa do Marfim

The artisanal mining sector in West and Central Africa is a rapidly expanding economic force employing millions of young people, often those who are the most vulnerable. Numerous ancillary informal economies are associated with the export of what are commonly known as “conflict minerals” such as diamonds, gold and coltan. Women grow crops and process food for the labor force of young men digging deep into the ground to pull out the ore and precious metals and stones.

Photo: yaruman5 / Flickr
19 Janeiro 2018
Authors: 
Andy White
África
República Democrática do Congo
África Ocidental
Global

2018 could be transformative for the indigenous and community land rights movement, with unprecedented opportunities for scaling up rights recognition around the world.


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