Maasai Elders uphold Constitution | Story of impact for a Rwandan carpenter | […]
JUNE 13, 2012 — In today’s New York Times, Landesa founder, Roy Prosterman, and Landesa senior attorney, Darryl Vhugen, authored an editorial about how Myanmar can lay the foundation for sustained economic progress by providing legal rights to land for its citizens – especially its millions of smallholder farmers.
This blog was originally posted on the ONE Campaign blog. Dozens of Maasai […]
JUNE 12, 2012 — Dozens Maasai elders in the Kenyan highlands – who serve as symbols and enforcers of their community’s conservative cultural traditions — have vowed to uphold an entirely new tradition: equal rights for women and girls.