Rural women at the forefront of issues related to land, environment and natural resources are particularly at risk
MUMBAI, July 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Women human rights defenders in Thailand are increasingly at risk of violence, threats and harassment since a May 2014 coup, a report said, highlighting the growing concern that the military government is failing to uphold civil rights.
The regional workshop with African Land Commissions on securing community land rights ended in Accra, Ghana, Wednesday with participants committing to advancing policy, legal and regulatory reforms in their respective countries and ensure their effective implementation in order to recognize community land rights.
- Historic claim recognised around Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue mine
- Court upholds $3.3m Timber Creek payout ruling against NT government
The federal court has handed down two major wins for native title holders, dismissing a government appeal against a landmark compensation case and recognising an exclusive native title claim around a $110bn mine owned by Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals Group.
Land Portal Foundation and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) launch thematic portfolio on land conflicts
Application Closing Date - 31 Jul 2017
Job Start Date - 10 Aug, 2017
Duration - 10 August 2017 to 22 September 2017
Location - Remote