Thirty years on, women-only village inspires land equality in rural Kenya
The women of Umoja could soon own titled land, which would have been impossible when the village was founded 30 years ago
India Gujarat state's land grabbing law hurting women, poor
The law can target women and lower-caste Dalits who have traditionally not owned land, with 2,000 widows farming shrimp at risk
OPINION: Why are tribal women in India still robbed of their land rights?
In Jharkhand, eastern India, women are not entitled to own land and accusations of witchcraft are wielded against them to silence their claims to land
OPINION: The Arab world is changing fast – here’s how land data can help policymakers keep up
One in four people in the region feel insecure in their land and property rights
OPINION: Biden administration: How can women benefit from land technology?
Land technology is moving at warp speed. How will the Biden administration and Samantha Power ensure women benefit?
Price of marriage pushes land out of reach in Sri Lanka
The custom of paying dowry with property is forcing up land prices and putting many families in debt, say civil activists
India's 'invisible' women hope for recognition at farmers protests
About 75% of rural women work in agriculture, but they rarely own the land they till
OPINION: Why governments should strengthen land rights for women and youth
From domestic violence to low wages, insecure land rights exacerbate inequalities
Worsening land inequality widens gender, climate change gaps
Regulatory and legal reforms needed to check land concentration which threatens sustainable development
One woman's fight to save Nairobi’s playgrounds and public spaces
Renee Ngamau has fought human rights abuses in Kenya for years, but her latest cause – protecting playgrounds and public spaces from developers – is personal