Why land and property rights are key to my nation’s future
Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister Kuçi spells out how the government will boost women's land ownership
Brazil changes land demarcation procedure in blow to indigenous groups
About 13 percent of Brazil's land had been set aside for the country's indigenous people
Murder of Mexican activist triggers calls for better protection of campaigners
At least 33 right defenders were killed in Mexico from 2010 to 2015
Brazil urged to distribute land to stop modern slavery after landmark court ruling
Nearly half of Brazil's rural land is in the hands of less than one percent of the population
Two killed in clashes over land for power station in eastern India
Conflicts related to land have risen in India as demand for land for industrial and development projects has grown
Kenyan women step up fight for land destined for coal mine
For women, the discovery of coal deposits in the Mui Basin could mean eviction with no compensation
Protect common land: Indian classical singer makes unusual appeal
As demand for land rises in India to boost growth, common lands are being taken over for industrial and development projects
Armed with apps and crops, women lead battle to save Senegal's shrinking farmland
Female-led work is vital to rural communities in Senegal - now women are organizing to lead the fight against multinational agribusiness
Running from Ethiopia: The Oromo exodus
Running from Ethiopia tells the story of Muaz, a student who fled Ethiopia after being detained and tortured by security forces, and Jawar, who runs a popular Oromo TV channel from exile in Minneapolis.
Green: at what price?
‘Green: at what price?’ not only highlights the plight of Ugandan villagers, but reveals a vital scenario playing out across Africa and around the globe.