- Understanding rights: the importance of information
- Claiming rights: the importance of mobilisation
- Guaranteeing rights: the importance of enabling environments and implementation
Moreover, the current context of an ever increasing commercialisation of agriculture, growing pressure on land for the production of fuel crops and conservation purposes poses additional challenges for women whose land rights are already weak. This also presents an opportunity to secure the land rights of all land users, and in particular small farmers, to ensure sustainable livelihoods. The knowledge accumulated in a myriad of projects to secure women’s land rights – which has been shared during the online discussion – is crucial to promoting not only women’s land rights, but also the land rights of all those vulnerable to losing them.