The ongoing global pandemic may increase job insecurity and ruin rudimentary social welfare structures, amplifying the vulnerability of migrant workers.
More often than not the cocoa beans are grown and harvested by children. The chocolate industry pledged to eradicate child labor already in 2001. What has happened since then?
How can we work together to ensure orderly and safe migration?
These take-aways provide a snapshot of the recent developments on the sustainable landscape agenda.
Rachel Mwikali, presenting at the SIANI Members Meeting - Nairobi 2018
Presentation by Rachael Mwikali, female activist, at the SIANI Members Meeting in Nairobi, November 14th 2018
When it comes to food security, forests can be a life-saver. Forests provide fruits, leaves, nuts and mushrooms. These foods are crucial for nutrition in rural communities, and can cushion against...
Sweden is stepping up the efforts to combat illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing. The government is preparing a support of SEK 50 million to the Food and Agriculture Organizationof the United Nations, FAO, for the implementation of the Port State Agreement.
New Swedish documentary about land investments in Ethiopia
Achieving the ambitious Agenda 2030 requires solutions with multiple benefits across scales. One such solution may be to establish stronger land tenure systems in countries or regions that lack them.