The World Bank’s Data Blog published a piece by Landesa co-founder Tim Hanstad about the importance of gender-disaggregated land rights data that is people centered, actionable & accessible.
Landesa’s Shipra Deo examines how rituals and customs in India uphold patriarchal norms that systematically deprive women and girls of joys in life.
Landesa’s Tizai Mauto contributed to an article in The Standard that examines youth land access in Zimbabwe in relation to financial resources, inputs, and restrictions on land subdivisions for youth smallholder farmers.
असलीभारत (Real India) published an article by Manisha Ahlawat about the gender gap in land ownership in India, and how land ownership is tied to social and economic power.
Land Portal published a blog by Tizai Mauto on the significant role youth can play in reforming agriculture on the African continent.
In this op-ed for The Hill, Landesa Chief Program Officer Karol Boudreaux explores the ways that secure land rights connect to some of the world’s most pressing challenges – extreme poverty, food insecurity, gender inequality, and climate change.
News Security Beat, the blog of the Wilson Center, published an article by Tizai Mauto that synthesizes Landesa’s youth land rights work in Liberia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and elsewhere. He argues for securing youth land rights as a means to create work opportunities for Africa’s under- and unemployed youth while stimulating agricultural productivity.
Thomson Reuters Foundation published an op-ed by Shipra Deo, Landesa’s Director of Women’s Land Rights in India, about how women’s names are often used to maintain the stronghold of patriarchy in rural India.
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.