100% ONLINE PROGRAM
Design and deliver policies and programs that advance women’s land rights.
Join us in an accredited ten-week online course. Explore what works to advance women’s land and resource rights and address gender inequality. Gain expert insights into how to avoid the unintended and harmful consequences of gender-neutral thinking in land laws, policies, and programs.
Learn how to:
90 minute classes
Every week for 10 weeks
Two courses offered per year in April and September
Tuition: $1200 USD
Tuition support available on request
With this course you will:
Gain global insights Gain insights from all over the world and apply from anywhere globally (translation and interpretation available)
Engage with other change-makers Interact with others at the forefront of change in our structured, small-group setting.
Peer networks Be part of a network of practitioners from around the world.
Micro-credential Endorsed by key actors in the land and women’s rights sectors.
Who is this course for?
- National and regional NGOs
- International NGOs
- Government agencies/departments
- Donor agencies and Philanthropic organizations
- Gender focal points on large land and resource-related projects
If you’re unsure whether the course is suitable for you, don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The full 10-week course Tuition cost is $1,200 USD for full fee-paying participants.
Tuition support is available based on need (for scholarship applicants, identify in your application form that you would like to receive a scholarship). Support with technology may also be available based on need.
Resource Equity Co-Founder, Senior Gender Adviser and Lawyer
For 20 years, Renee has focused on the legal and sociological issues central to gender equity in access to land and natural resources. Her work has helped inform core policy positions on issues related to access, use, and control over land and resources for leading international development organizations.
Resource Equity Co-Founder, Gender and Land Tenure Lawyer
Elisa is the Executive Director of Resource Equity and is also a gender and land tenure lawyer. For over 15 years, Elisa has worked on research into and the design of laws, policies, and programs that improve women’s rights to land and natural resources, strengthen women’s involvement in decision-making and governance of land.
Frequently Asked Questions
To apply for the Advancing Women’s Land and Resource Rights course for September 2021 please follow these steps.
- Fill in the Register your interest form on the Resource Equity institute website.
You will receive an email from Resource Equity with an application form to fill in.
- Fill in the application form, attach it along with your CV and return it to Kurstin email@example.com
Orientation session on Wednesday September 15th 2021
Course runs every Wednesday from September 22nd to November 24th 2021
Depending on the participants locations we anticipate the session time will be around 19:30:00 GMT/UTC, to see what time that is in your local time click here. This time will be finalized once the cohort has been selected.
Tuition Support can cover all or part of the $1200 USD tuition fee and is available for qualified candidates who fit the criteria below,
- Candidates from under-represented, minority, or indigenous groups. If you self-identify in one of these groups, please let us know.
- Staff of grassroots organizations, CBOs, or smaller NGOs (under $300,000 USD annual revenue).
We encourage those people who do not meet the above criteria but would like to be considered for tuition scholarship to apply by completing the scholarship section on your application form.
Technology scholarships are offered to candidates on an as needs basis.
The Resource Equity Women’s Land Rights Institute is an initiative supported by Wellspring Philanthropic Fund.
Wellspring Philanthropic Fund
Equal property rights for women is a crucial global development goal. Generating awareness about the strategies necessary to achieve equality is a critical step on the path to achieving that goal.
Laura Meggiolaro - Land Portal Foundation
International Land Coalition
As a development community, we have some way to go before we can say that there is broad understanding of what works in practice to make a change in women’s lives through land rights. I believe that this course is an important step in addressing that challenge.
Jolyne Sanjak - Tetra tecH