Competing claims complicate land ownership for Brazil's slave descendants
Even though Brazil's constitution guarantees slaves' descendants rights to property, many of them still don't have legal title to their land
Arcane U.S. land law gets slow makeover to help poor
"I like to say it's the worst problem no one's heard of"
Silent vigils, prayers mark one year since London's Grenfell fire
Fire killed 71 people in social housing block
Indian blockbuster spotlights slum dwellers' struggle for land rights
"The film carries people's voice - that land is their right"
Can 'land banks' help rebuild post-industrial U.S. cities?
"I don't go in and evangelize, but rather work with state and local officials on why vacant and abandoned properties are killing their neighborhoods and cities"
Britain could end homelessness in 10 years - charity
If no action is taken, the report forecasts the number of rough sleepers will nearly double by 2041
Taiwan's first settlers camp out in city for land rights
"The deterioration of our culture and economic status are tied to the loss of our land. We will not stop protesting until the regulation is repealed"
Cut more trees! Cambodians challenge conservation
"You can see why the villagers are hell bent on taking the forest over"
Land reform isn't a threat, S.Africa's Ramaphosa tells white Afrikaners
Some white South Africans fear that they could face violent land seizures if the government's land reform programme is bungled
Philippine peasants fight for land 30 years after reform
"Farmers are getting killed for demanding their right to land, and dummy beneficiaries have been settled by landlords on land meant for the landless."