Acknowledge difference between tree and land tenure to enhance landscapes, urge GLF delegates

Land tenure rights are widely recognized as being central to advancing sustainable development goals, but they are only one part of the picture. As it happens, tenure rights to trees are entangled with, but different from, those to land, meaning both must be acknowledged to incentivize stewardship of the landscape by local communities.

PIM at the Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty 2018

The annual World Bank's Land and Poverty conference (March 19-23, 2018) will present the latest research and practice on the diversity of reforms, interventions, and innovations in the land sector around the world. See how PIM participates in the conference.

Innovative approaches to gender and land tenure

Land is instrumental for human development and poverty alleviation in both forested and agricultural landscapes. However, gender inequalities highly affect the ability to access and control such an important resource. Join the Infopoint Lunchtime conference organized by the EC’s Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO) on February 23 to learn more about the >> Read more

Restoring forest landscapes: A question of community rights

New FORESTS NEWS blog discusses what forest landscape restoration means for tenure, governance, and communities in advancement of the CIFOR-GIZ workshop to be held tomorrow (November 3) in Bonn, Germany.

International Day of Rural Women: Women’s land rights need to be at heart of tenure reforms to help eradicate poverty

Why are land rights so important to rural women? Quite simply, land is the most valuable asset among many rural people and households, as land is the foundation of rural livelihoods.