Swedish long-form news site Blankspot explores the history of land rights in Liberia, what the 2018 Land Rights Act meant for the country, and profiles Landesa’s Talking Books project to spread legal literacy in remote communities.
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Front Page Africa published an op-ed by Emmanuel Urey, Landesa Liberia Program Director, about why land rights matter for youth and Africa’s greater development.
The Land Rights for Sustainable Development project seeks to increase youth participation in land management discussions and build awareness of the importance of youth land rights to create opportunity.
Amplio profiles Landesa’s use of Talking Books, an inclusive digital audio device, to spread awareness in rural Liberia about the new land rights policies with a focus on youth and women’s land rights.
Prominent Liberian Women Say ‘Discrepancy’ in the Law Contributes to Women’s Property Rights Violation
Front Page Africa reported on a panel discussion about legal gaps in Liberia’s land rights laws that harm women’s rights to land, featuring remarks from Landesa Land and Gender Specialist Izatta Nagbe.
Front Page Africa interviewed Landesa Liberia Country Representative Dr. Emmanuel Urey about the peaceful resolution of a land dispute in River Cess, Liberia.
Land for all: Liberia embraces comprehensive land reform with historic passage of the Land Rights Act
By Tyler Roush In a watershed moment for land rights in Liberia and …