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Landesa researcher Gina Alvarado explains why women’s land rights are #Solvable through legal reforms and challenging gender norms. Sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation, #Solvable mini-films drive awareness of global issues that are solvable in the next generation.
Front Page Africa interviewed Landesa Liberia Country Representative Dr. Emmanuel Urey about the peaceful resolution of a land dispute in River Cess, Liberia.
W Insight interviews Margaret McClung, land tenure and gender specialist at Landesa, about why owning land is the critical ingredient to stability for rural women.
Landesa’s Beth Roberts and Board Member Musimbi Kanyoro explore how land rights can address economic inequality while also forming a bulwark against climate change.
Landesa Board Member and Chandler Foundation CEO Tim Hanstad makes the case for donors to take a long-term approach to philanthropy.
Kim Jonker featured Landesa’s leadership in her Forbes column about leadership strategy and high performance in the social sector.
Shipra Deo writes about a new amendment to Uttar Pradesh’s land leasing laws that increases stability and security for millions of tenant farmers and landowners. Published by Thomson Reuters Foundation’s Place.
Shipra Deo, Landesa’s Director of Women’s Land Rights, India, writes about a new amendment that expanded on the inheritance rights of unmarried daughters, but still doesn’t extend to the rights of married daughters.