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  Legal pluralism in Madagascar: can customary and statutory law be reconciled to promote women’s land rights? Online discussion, 3-23 June 2013   Due to the good response of the...
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  Madagascar et le pluralisme juridique : peut-on concilier droit statutaire et droit coutumier pour promouvoir les droits fonciers des femmes ?   Discussion en ligne, 3-23 juin ...
DISCUSSION TERMINE’ LE 23 JUIN 2013   Madagascar et le pluralisme juridique : peut-on concilier droit statutaire et droit coutumier pour promouvoir les droits fonciers des...
DISCUSSION ENDED ON 23 JUNE 2013     Legal pluralism in Madagascar: can customary and statutory law be reconciled to promote women’s land rights? Introduction The law provides the...
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[adapted from IIED report] This report captures the highlights of the international lesson-sharing workshop “Legal empowerment for securing land rights”, which took place in Accra, Ghana, on 13th-...
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The new baseline report on ActionAid’s Women’s Land Rights Project highlights the need for indigenous women in Guatemala, Dalit women in India, and rural women affected by HIV and AIDS in...
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The report discusses: How to Support Women’s Land Rights in Mozambique? – by drawing upon the experiences, approaches used, and lessons learnt through Norwegian support to four main organizations:...
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I invite you to read the report of the African women’s land rights Conference held in Nairobi from 30th May to the 2nd of June 2011 and, in particular, its final declaration (pp. 34-37), which...
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Judy Adoko, Executive Director at the Land and Equity Movement (LEMU, Uganda) sent us a set of documents as a contribution for the on-line discussion “How can women’s land...
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[The Weekend Leader] It’s 8 in the morning and a group of women is ready to trudge miles of rugged, cold and inhospitable Himalayan terrain to spearhead a campaign — educating tribal...
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