The climate crisis will reshape our relationships to land around the world. To shift how the world produces food, manages land, and adapts to this crisis, it’s imperative that we don’t sacrifice the land rights of rural communities who have sustainably maintained their lands for generations.
By Beth Roberts | Investments in women’s land rights are a prerequisite to full and substantive gender equality that benefits those most in need.
A new campaign, Closing the Crop Gap, aims to raise awareness of the […]
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To strengthen legal and socially recognized land rights for women and foster greater […]
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