land rights

 
2018, the year of women’s rights?
2018, the year of women’s rights?
Although achieving equality for women across the world has been a major focus of human rights movements in 2018, women continue to bear the brunt of...
We need to debate the Ingonyama Trust
We need to debate the Ingonyama Trust
The recent high court challenge by the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution, a group of individual land occupiers and the...
Ingonyama Trust strips women of land
Ingonyama Trust strips women of land
The Ingonyama Trust Board (ITB) and traditional leaders are forcing women residents on land under its control to sign leases through male proxies,...
Governments must end the brutal practice of forced evictions
Governments must end the brutal practice of forced evictions
In the biting cold of the early morning on July 23 2018, about 10 000 people in Nairobi’s Kibera slum watched in a sleepy haze as their homes and...
Sons and daughters of the soil seek to claim the land that shaped them
Sons and daughters of the soil seek to claim the land that shaped them
There are plans to build a memorial to honour the 44 men who died during the unprotected strike that culminated in the Marikana massacre. But...
Stripped of their brick home, living in a mud house
Stripped of their brick home, living in a mud house
When bulldozers destroyed her small home on the cold June morning, Evelyn K (not her real name), watched, overwhelmed by feelings of loss and...
Historic Aboriginal land claim settled after 37-year battle
Historic Aboriginal land claim settled after 37-year battle
About 52 000 hectares on the Cox Peninsula near Darwin in northern Australia will become Aboriginal land under a “historic” agreement. ...

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