Helping young people access land allows them to participate in rural economies while making progress on gender equity, food security, and adaptation to climate change.
It is time to include equal inheritance for girls as an integral part of our solutions towards their equal self-worth, dignity and opportunity.
Women are underrepresented in climate leadership but hold the solutions for both people and planet.
Shipra Deo and Robert Mitchell summarize progress toward securing inheritance rights for women in India.
Harnessing the potential of youth through agriculture, a vital sector in Tanzania’s economy that employs as many as three-quarters of Tanzanian youth, is paramount for the country’s development and economic growth.
Rapid urbanisation has put farmers’ land increasingly in the crosshairs of developers. Two recent changes to Chinese land laws seek to address land expropriation, and represent a milestone in protecting farmers from unjust practices.