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    A Global Baseline of Carbon Storage in Collective Lands

    This report provides the most comprehensive assessment to date of carbon storage in documented community lands worldwide.

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    Tenure Data Tool

    An interactive database for comparing changes in forest tenure from 2002 to 2013 in some of the world’s most highly-forested countries.

  • Featured Resources

    The Tenure Facility

    A unique new institution that provides grants to advance land and forest tenure security and the rights and livelihoods of Indigenous Peoples and local communities.

    Featured Resources

    Interlaken Group

    A network of diverse actors that creates, adopts, and disseminates tools and mechanisms to accelerate private sector learning on responsible land rights practices.

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    LandMark Map

    The first online, interactive global platform providing maps and other information on collective lands to address the lack of public and reliable tenure data.

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Featured  | 11 .09. 2019
A hora das cadeias éticas de suprimentos é agora

O apelo de ONGs líderes para que as empresas sigam a Accountability Framework (o Quadro de Responsabilização) para acabar com a destruição do ecossistema e violações dos direitos humanos na produção, comércio e financiamento de carne bovina, óleo de palma, polpa, madeira, soja e outras mercadorias

 | 24 .07. 2019
How an innovative partnership between government and civil society is driving progress in Liberia

The work to address the longstanding issue of insecurity around land does not end with legislation. Liberia’s citizens will not gain from the protections of the LRA without implementation. Nor can the government go it alone: given their proximity to communities, history of advocacy on behalf of marginalized groups, and their familiarity with the government’s platform under the new law, civil society organizations are ideal partners for implementation.

 | 16 .07. 2019
Why is land such an important source of power for indigenous and community women? Four experts weigh in

At the most recent Women Deliver conference—the world’s largest gathering on gender equality and the wellbeing of girls and women—experts from across the RRI Coalition had the opportunity to learn from diverse leaders around the world, while also raising awareness of the urgent need to recognize the rights of indigenous, rural, and community women. Here’s what participants said international audiences need to know about the challenges and opportunities facing this unique subset of women.

 | 02 .07. 2019
Bridging the gap between public funding and forest-based community enterprises

Not so long ago, these coffee producers in Bengkulu, a province on Sumatra island in Indonesia, were harvesting during the night to avoid being caught by forest rangers. Despite having lived on their lands for generations, the government considered their activities illegal. Now, the local communities proudly cultivate their coffee in the daylight—and preserve the forest at the same time. The government even provides financing to their cooperative. By supporting the community to care for and harvest from the forest, they are both supporting local livelihoods and ensuring the forest is protected.

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