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A short video Documentation on the question of Women’s land rights Women in Africa, Uganda inclusive, continue to be denied the right to inherit land from their parents and spouses. Land inheritance in many cultures is a preserve of the boy child, while the women are only allowed user rights.

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Fact 18/1/2012: Implications of Derived Rights and Land Reform The derived rights have several advantages and should not be disregarded, their arrangements allow for efficient solutions to be found to the unequal distribution of factors of production which include land, labour, technical, and financial capital e.t.c.

Fact Sheets

Fact 18/1/2012: Implications of Derived Rights and Land Reform The derived rights have several advantages and should not be disregarded, their arrangements allow for efficient solutions to be found to the unequal distribution of factors of production which include land, labour, technical, and financial capital e.t.c.

Uganda Land Alliance (ULA)

The Uganda Land Alliance (ULA) is a membership consortium of national, regional and international civil society organizations and individuals, lobbying and advocating for fair land laws and policies that address the land rights of the poor, disadvantaged and vulnerable groups and individuals in Uganda.

Contact Email: 
tdeo@ulaug.org
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Land Security

The Land Security agenda explores the data and insights that reveal why human security, ecological limits and soil erosion are material risks for investors, shareholders and host governments.

The Land Security Agenda: How Investor Risks in Farmland Create Opportunities for Sustainability.

As investors turn to land-based assets and commodities, large areas of fertile land are being acquired around the world to produce biofuels, food commodity crops, timber and develop extractive industries. Where land governance is weak, new risks are being created.

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New Report - The Land Security Agenda

A new report released by the Earth Security Initiative puts the question of arable land at the center of a new security agenda. The risks to national economies, political stability and social cohesion, it argues, must now be acknowledged and dealt with.

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Comments/blog on proposed FAO guidelines for land

Hi, everyone, Below please find the link and text to commentary on the proposed FAO land guidelines as part of the International Center for Research on Women’s blog series, Rural Impressions. Best regards!

New report uncovers land grab in Uganda

Released on the eve of a World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, a new report reveals widespread violations of people’s rights and environmental destruction from a land grab initially funded by the World Bank in Uganda.

The Friends of the Earth Uganda report provides first-hand accounts from communities forced to give up their livelihoods, food supply and access to water.

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