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Climate change and resource conflict
Gender and equality
 
Evenemang
3 October 2017
Development Talks: Land rights — combating climate change and advancing peace and gender equality

Today nearly a third of the world's population does not have secure rights to the lands and forests they customarily claim. Secure indigenous and community land rights are often a pre-requisite...

Gender and equality
Forests, Landscapes and Food Security
 
Evenemang
5 July 2017
Almedalen 2017: Feminism och skog – en kärleksaffär

Vi vill belysa kvinnors viktiga – men sällan självklara – roll i utvecklingen mot ett hållbart brukande av skogslandskapet, och samtidigt lyfta skogens betydelse för...

Gender and equality
Landscape management
 
Nyhet
13 June 2017
Rights and Resources Initiative gathers allies in October of 2017 in Stockholm

SIANI is collaborating with the Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) as a local partner –  together with Sida, Stockholm Environment Institute, International Foundtion for Science and media partner Devex – on the October 2017 conference

Landscape management
 
Publikation
10 May 2017
Farming + Forests = Food security: Integrated landscapes offer hope of sustainability in Asian uplands

Forests have, historically, had a very important role in food security in upland areas of South and Southeast Asia – both as sources of wild food and as sites for grazing, planting food trees...

Landscape management
 
Bilder
1 March 2017
Mapping tenure security across urban slums and informal settlements in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Presentation by Elizabeth Dessie, PhD student - Unit for Human Geography, University of Gothenburg. Held at the young researchers meeting on multifunctional landscapes, Gothenburg June 7-8, 2016.

Climate change and resource conflict
Landscape management
Forests, Landscapes and Food Security
 
Nyhet
16 September 2016
What is key to building partnerships with forest communities?

Indigenous and local communities, particularly in forest areas, are increasingly affected by environmental degradation and deforestation, which is often the result of unsustainable land use and global demand for commodities and mineral resources.

Climate change and resource conflict
Landscape management
Forests, Landscapes and Food Security
 
Publikation
16 September 2016
Building Partnerships with Forest Communities

Indigenous and local communities, particularly in forest areas, are increasingly affected by environmental degradation and deforestation, which is often the result of unsustainable land use and...

Landscape management
 
Nyhet
25 April 2016
When it comes to land deals, can development and human rights be reconciled?

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.

Gender and equality
 
Blogg
10 March 2016
Scaling up community land and resource rights – a new global initiative

Despite certain progress in recent years a large proportion of the world’s rural population, especially in low and middle-income countries, still does not have statutory recognized rights to the agricultural land and other natural resources they have been using for generations and on which they depend for their livelihoods.

Climate change and resource conflict
 
Evenemang
24 February 2016
Are ordinary Africans getting the continent back – or not? The fate of community lands in Africa

Liz Alden Wily is an internationally renowned land tenure expert and independent researcher with wide-reaching experience from a number of countries throughout the developing world but with a...