Widows, land and power
In many countries, laws and social norms put women and girls at a disadvantage when it comes to land inheritance, ownership, and control
To improve land rights in Ghana, start with women
When women are educated, and understand their land rights, they can advocate for themselves
Dowry and women’s land rights in Liberia: A “double-edged sword” for women
A marriage dowry gives women in Liberia financial freedom but it also treats them as property
No husband, no home: Kenyan women face eviction when marriage ends
"If I go for a divorce, my fear is I will lose the land"
Lawsuit saying Twitter aided Islamic State thrown out by U.S. appeals court
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Rural women in India, elderly in Japan open their homes to Airbnb guests
Mobile apps are helping to curb migration to cities and revitalise remote communities
FEATURE-Zimbabwe's widows left in the cold as in-laws seize property
The majority of women in rural areas are in unregistered customary marriages and are living under customary law, which offers no protection when it comes to property
FEATURE-Women lead sugar fight as Cambodia sours on land deals
About 40,000 hectares, home to 25 villages and nearly 25,000 people, were leased to Chinese sugar companies in 2011, leaving many with nothing
Indian farmers' widows suffer threats to children over land - report
Widows face a lot of bias particularly in rural areas, where they are considered inauspicious and a burden to the husband's family
EXCLUSIVE-Brazil's Chapecoense air crash widows decry 'abandonment'
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