Justiça ambiental

Developed flexibility of the traditional community as the result of pressure from investment

Sem fins lucrativos / ONG/ Setor Civil

The jolt of economics of the rural household affected entire Indonesia as most people were not well prepared. The rural farmers suffered who experienced the jolt resulting from the pressure against system that was especially caused by the struggle for resources where the side that opposite each other with the community in back up with the policy and strong capital. We worked on this issue.

Bridging Facilitators and the Rights Clinic Initiative: Resettling conflict, Regaining Rights

Sem fins lucrativos / ONG/ Setor Civil

Creating exceptional individuals to become a bridging facilitator in an area where conflict over land and natural resource occurred. S/he will play a pivotal role in peacefully engaging with multi-stakeholders in facilitating conflict mediation process to build a consensus

Direitos Humanos, Cidadania e Justiça para comunidades tradicionais quilombolas: promovendo o direito ao território

Sem fins lucrativos / ONG/ Setor Civil

O projeto desenvolvido pela Terra de Direitos refere-se a um conjunto de intervenções jurídico-políticas estratégicas, coordenadas e implementadas em múltiplos níveis geopolíticos (três diferentes regiões do Brasil), e replicadas nacionalmente, voltadas para a efetivação do direito humano das comunidades negras descendentes de escravos (quilombolas) à demarcação de seus territórios tradicionais.

Gender Mainstreaming through Women Land Rights

Sem fins lucrativos / ONG/ Setor Civil

Women have less control over land used for farming. Though they contribute substantially to the farm sector through their labour contribution. Idea is to campaign and advocate for the women rights over land. The campaign will be through Workshops, consultation meets and media writtings and compiling the perceptions of people on the issue. All the processes will be carried out through networks.

Rights to Land, Information, Networking and Knowledge in Laos (also known as 'Rights-LINK')

Sem fins lucrativos / ONG/ Setor Civil

To improve and nurture a diverse range of stakeholders (including government, civil society, private sector, donors and of course local communities - with special attention on women and ethnic groups) capacity, knowledge, and participation in decision-making on land-related issues so that rural communities can exercise their rights to manage the land they use in a sustainable and equitable manner.

Stopping Timber Mafia from misuse of ‘Hak Hakook’ forest rights

Sem fins lucrativos / ONG/ Setor Civil

The timber mafia had usurped the ‘Hak Hakook’ rights of people to get wood from the forest for their traditional usage. The system was being misused by timber mafia in connivance with corrupt forest officials. Our initiative is to make guidelines for a transparent system and accountability of officials so that the people once again get their lawful forest rights.

Protect Indigenous Ngöbe People's Land Rights

Sem fins lucrativos / ONG/ Setor Civil

This initiative is to enable Ngöbe, Indigenous People of Panama, to advocate for their land rights, and prevent massive dams and other projects in their territories which would destroy livelihoods, communities, and their natural environment. Cultural Survival staff and partners will provide requested trainings for the Ngöbe to develop their own land rights advocacy and learn about titling land.

Ecotourism with the Locals

Com fins lucrativos

Culture-Link safaris was formed to look into numerous loopholes that are denying field staff and host communities a great deal of revenue visitors bring in on their holidays. Field staff and the host communities often get little or nothing from the revenue accrued from tourism as unscrupulous operators take it all - it is a pity especially for the host communities who are the custodians of the resources being utilized. The underlying factor is to foster direct and reasonable benefits to crew members and the host communities for their contribution in tourism.

Community Based Administration of Rights to Rangeland

The Project defines a precise methodology for Afghan village leaders to agree among themselves about who has what legitimate rights to use what range land during what times of the year. These rights are recorded in village archives and in government archives The Project also supports Government in redefining the way its land institutions support villages in improving the management of range land. See www.terrainstitute.org



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