EXPERT VIEWS - Why do land rights matter to communities and companies?
More than half of land rights conflicts in the developing world are not resolved
Indian farmers bury themselves to protest land acquisition deal
"What the government is offering us is not enough. The cost of land is much higher than it was before"
First global funding pact launched to secure indigenous land rights
Indigenous people and rural communities have customary claims to two thirds of the world's land but are legally recognised as holding only 10 percent
World's biggest slum population poses risk for East Asia - report
The rapidly urbanising region is also the most disaster-stricken in the world with many residents living in poor-quality housing on flood-prone land with limited access to basic services
Canada's Nova Scotia to help black residents get land titles
Hundreds of parcels of land in the affected communities are lacking legal titles
Open house takes on whole new meaning in London's sharing economy
No more privacy: is the home of the future shared?
Mobile app uses real-time satellite data to strengthen forest and land rights
The app will provide weekly satellite deforestation data in 17 tropical countries including Brazil.
India's bullet train project reignites debate on land for 'public purpose'
Farmers along the proposed route have held protests against giving up their land
Frontline Insight: Who is London for?
The current housing industry is “simply supplying investments, safety deposit boxes in the sky” for international capitals. Property is a commodity now. It’s not meeting people's needs,” according to author Anna Minton.
More calls to return idle land to farmers in India as conflicts rise
Nearly 2.68 mln hectares (6.6 mln acres) of land have been banked in eight states with public records