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New Infographic and Website: Why Land Should be Part of the Post-2015 Agenda 

Landesa has just created a new infographic illustrating how incorporating secure land rights for women and men in the post-2015 development framework can help achieve multiple development goals. This infographic is part of a major initiative by Landesa to elevate the issue of land rights in the global development agenda, which includes an accompanying online information hub and direct advocacy efforts. View the infographic>>

Placing Land at the Heart of Development in Africa
Landesa and World Resources Institute have just launched an online resource that highlights the connections between land and natural resource rights and development (especially agriculture, food security, women's empowerment, and the environment) in African countries. Visit the Focus on Land in Africa website to learn more and visit the Talking Land commentary series for views from development and land rights experts across the continent.

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October 18, 2013
Landesa in the News   


ONE Campaign posts a photo essay by Landesa staff about progress being made in African countries on land policies.


Forbes posts a blog by Landesa CEO Tim Hanstad focused on why land rights for smallholder farmers can help us achieve food security.


The Huffington Post runs a blog by Hanstad, which uses the last cases of polio in India as an opportunity to break down silos in the development community.


Devex has two posts by Landesa staff: how to manage African land conflicts through informal justice systems, and why world leaders should make land a development priority.

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