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Land rights in the Post-2015 Agenda

Author: Rights and Resources Initiative, Oxfam International, & the Secretariat of the International Land Coalition

Date: April 21, 2014

The transformative potential of the Post-2015 development agenda/SDGs will depend on the extent to which they are able to address the structural factors that entrench continued poverty, gender inequality, exclusion, conflict, food insecurity and environmental degradation, among other issues.

Secure and equitable access to productive assets has been flagged as an important area for possible targets and indicators in some key reports on the Post-2015 Agenda and by several Member States of the Open Working Group on the SDGs. Many organisations have called for the inclusion of land rights in recognition that they are fundamental to poverty eradication and promoting equality.

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